Infrastrutture, campagne e tessuti urbani a Partinico. Tra la SS 113 e viale dei Platani
- Autori: Sciascia, A.; Davì, E.; Gentile, M.; Macaluso, L.
- Anno di pubblicazione: 2014
- Tipologia: Capitolo o Saggio (Capitolo o saggio)
- OA Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10447/95027
Among SS 113, viale dei Platani and the northern margins of Partinico, there is a farm area (109 ha) crossed from east to west by the railway line and strongly characterized by the presence of the distillery Bertolino (about 7 ha), which emerges from olive groves, citrus orchards, vineyards, and fields with extensive crops. The SS 113 and viale dei Platani, which are the main north entrances to the town, have favored the development of activities related to trade and the wine industry in an area where the countryside, silos and warehouses, the fruit and vegetable market and the railway station, coexist with the volumes of the urban suburb. Besides, a new beltway provided for by General Town Plan, will cross the area passing to the south of the distillery, parallel to the railway line, and will connect directly SS 113 with SP 1 (Partinico-Montelepre). Among these roads defining or crossing the area, the agricultural space appears subdivided in different residual areas.