Two Bids For Brazil Toll Road

Two teams bid late this month for a 30-year DBFOM concession of a 570-km long highway in Sâo Paulo state. The road, Rodovias Centro-Oeste Paulista, will be the first in Brazil to have free flow and dynamic tolling. It will require Reais 3.9 billion (US$1.25 billion) of total investment, according to Artesp, Sâo Paulo state’s highway regulator: Reais 1 billion (US$322 million) over the first eight years to upgrade the route, Reais 1.8 billion (US$578 million) for highway maintenance, and the rest for equipment.


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