In a consortium with investee Europistas and Polish construction subsidiary Budimex
This road will link with the Radial 4 toll road, also managed by Ferrovial, making it an alternative to the current A-3 highway between Central and Eastern Spain.
With this project, Ferrovial will manage 17 toll roads worldwide, nine in Spain.
Ferrovial has obtained a 36-year contract (extendable to 40) to build, finance, maintain and operate the Ocaña-La Roda toll road, worth 525.2 million euros. The winning consortium comprises Ferrovial (50%), its investee Europistas (40%) and its Polish construction subsidiary Budimex (10%), which landed its first project in Spain.
The new road will be 177.3 km long, of which 118 km will be tolled. The project includes Ocaña-La Roda and the section of the A-42 highway that links the N-301 with Atalaya del Cañavate (A-3).
The Ocaña-La Roda toll road is the direct continuation of the R-4 radial road, also managed by Ferrovial, and completes the 212 km corridor between Madrid and La Roda, making it an alternative to the current A-3 highway between Central and Eastern Spain.
The Ocaña-La Roda toll road forms part of the Development Ministrys 2000-07 Infrastructure Plan.
One of the worlds largest infrastructure developers
Ferrovial is one of the worlds largest infrastructure developers, with committed investment of over 1.7 billion euros.
With this contract, Ferrovial now manages 17 toll roads worldwide, in Spain (nine), Portugal, Ireland, Chile and Canada. Its infrastructure also division manages 13 airports, handling over 40 million passengers, in Australia, the UK, Mexico and Chile, and over 180,000 parking spaces in Spain.