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Arrigo Giana, 51, is since 2017 CEO of ATM Azienda Trasporti Milanesi, Milan public transport Company. Graduated in Business Administration with specialization in industrial companies at the Bocconi University of Milan, in his 25-year-long career Mr Giana gained a deep knowledge of the services sector and of related industrial sectors.

Prior to joining ATM, from 2014, he was Chief Executive Officer at Cotral Spa, the Public Transport operator of the Lazio Region, which he turned from a pre-bankruptcy situation to profit, thanks to a turnaround achieved through a review of both organizational and industrial processes, improving at same time all service quality indicators.

From 2000 to 2013 he was in ATM, first as Head of Financial Planning and Controlling and Sales Deparment and, since 2006, as Group CFO. From 1997 to 2000 he was Financial Controller at DHL International and from 1992 to 1997 he was consultant at UNIT Management Consultants.

Mr Giana is also Chairman of AGENS, the Association that represents the interests of the transport sector and services in Confindustria, the main association of Italian entrepreneurs.


  • June 10: Roll-Out and management of E-bus fleets

    2030: The green e-volution. ATM full electric mobility plan

    By 2030 the entire ATM fleet will be full electric. One of the most ambitious fleet renewal plans in Europe will be described, explaining steps and milestones – vehicles, depots, charging infrastructures – and the challenges related to technological development, battery second life, impact on the urban environment. 70% of ATM’s transport is already electric, produced from renewable sources only. A fleet of 1,200 buses will offer less polluting and more efficient services, with a reduction of CO2 emissions and noise. This will require the reorganization of service, maintenance and depots: top-down opportunity charging, charging stations in the depots, specific training for driving and maintenance staff. Three new underground depots will be built in harmony with the surrounding environment, with trees and green spaces covering the area, according to ATM's comprehensive sustainable approach.