Get on board!
Mobility is already a key topic and will be even more important in the future. If you’d like to be a part of true change, why not browse the job offers of the many mobility players in South Tyrol:
Our mission? To expand and advance a high-quality, well-connected public transport system that provides attractive, modern and sustainable mobility throughout South Tyrol. We coordinate the Safety Park road traffic safety centre, the Green Mobility initiative and the STA passenger information and ticketing systems.
With 74 active routes, 400 vehicles and 16 million km per year, SASA is the largest public transport provider in South Tyrol. It is the first in Italy to use hydrogen-powered buses and focuses on innovation and developing new, environmentally friendly solutions – not just to improve the quality of our services, but also for the benefit of the environment, our health and quality of life.
Silbernagl is the leading provider of non-urban local public transport in South Tyrol. Family-run and notably employee-friendly, the company puts its over 200 members of staff at the centre of every project. Among its competitors, it stands out thanks to its forward-looking, cutting-edge, helpful and reliable services of excellent quality and high standards that put safety and innovative mobility first.
Trenitalia is the leading Italian company for passenger rail transport management. Its aim is to ensure high-quality services that meet the mobility needs of passengers nationwide and to make the industry more structurally modern and functional.
As part of the Italian railway holding Ferrovie dello Stato (FS), the rail network operator RFI (Rete Ferroviaria Italiana) is in charge of different kinds of infrastructure including the railway lines, stations and technical facilities throughout Italy. We provide individual railway companies with access to the Italian rail network and are responsible for the maintenance and safe operation of the entire infrastructure. In addition, we manage investments geared towards modernising and expanding the railway lines and facilities, and we continuously develop the system and material technology – all with a special focus on integrating the Italian infrastructure into the European railway network.