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Arriva Italia

Aosta

Arriva Italia in Valle d’Aosta provides Local Public Transport and Private Hire services.
Its activity is carried out primarily in Valle d’Aosta and with connections between it and the main cities of the Regions (Piedmont and Lombardy) and neighboring States (France and Switzerland) with Valle d’Aosta.

From 1 January 2021 Arriva Italia has incorporated SAVDA Aosta, SADEM Torino, SAB Bergamo, SIA Brescia and KM Cremona, thus becoming the public transport operator instead of local companies.

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Arriva Group

Mobility partner of Choice

Arriva is one of the largest operators in the mobility sector, with approximately 53,000 employees and a passenger volume of 2 billion people per year in the 14 European countries in which it operates.

Arriva manages a wide range of services: local urban and interurban public transport, regional and national railway services, trams, maritime connections, on-call services and services for the disabled.

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Our story

Arriva Italia / Savda

1947
SAVDA

was born as part of the restructuring of the FIAT Group’s transportation system. He began his activity in the Chatillon / Saint-Vincent area with the acquisition of some small local companies

1962
TOSCO Company

merges with the TOSCO Company and thus assumes the current configuration, extending its services to the entire Aosta Valley basin.

1991
ALPIBUS

was born, a rental service with driver operated by SAVDA, SADEM and SAPAV, acquired by SADEM itself.

2013
Mont Blanc Tour Operator

SAVDA incorporates the Mont Blanc Tour Operator

2016
Arriva Italia

joined the Arriva Italia group

2018
Volley World cup

Partnership with other companies for the Volley World Cup

2019
FIS Cross-Country World Cup

Mobility Partner for the FIS Cross-Country World Cup in Cogne (Aosta Valley)

2020
Ski World Cup 2020 – La Thuile

Free Shuttle Bus Service for Ski World Cup 2020 in La Thuile (Aosta Valley)

2021
from Arriva Savda to Arriva Italia

From 1 January 2021 Arriva Italia incorporates SAVDA Aosta, SADEM Torino, SAB Bergamo, SIA Brescia and KM Cremona, becoming the public transport operator instead of local

Ethic code

The Arriva code of ethics, approved by the board of directors, was drawn up following the approval of Legislative Decree no. 8 June 2001, 231. Each employee, administrator or collaborator must accept it and follow it, to protect the reliability, reputation and image of the company.

Read the Ethic code (in italian)

Certification

UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 – Gestione Qualità
UNI EN ISO 14001:2015 – Gestione Ambientale
OHSAS 18001:2007 – Gestione della Salute e Sicurezza sul Lavoro
UNI EN 13816:2002 – Qualità del servizio nel Trasporto Pubblico di Passeggeri (TPP)
UNI ISO 39001:2012 – Sistema di gestione in Sicurezza del Traffico Stradale (RTS – Road traffic safety)

Mobility Charter

The Mobility Charter is the Service Charter for public transport, desired, conceived and drafted to improve communication with our Customers and, more generally, to start a form of dialogue with all those interested in the Public Transport sector Local.

The Mobility Charter describes the activities carried out, the travel methods and conditions, the results of customer satisfaction and the monitoring of the quality parameters provided by the service contract, in order to constantly improve the service offered and make it more corresponding. to the needs of citizens.