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Ferrovial

Ferrovial - Integrated annual report 2013 / Ireland

Eurolink M3 toll road

  • Provides a strategic connection between Dublin and North West Ireland. It runs between Clonee and North Kells, to the north-west of Dublin.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed annually. Revenuesharing with the Government if certain traffic thresholds are exceeded. It also establishes guaranteed minimum traffic levels. The Irish Government has to pay the concessionaire compensation if traffic falls below the established minimum levels.
  • Electronic toll system that is interoperable with the rest of the toll roads in Ireland.
  • 50 kilometers
  • €548.6 million investment managed
  • 95% stake
  • 2052 end of concession period

Eurolink M4-M6 toll road

  • It is part of the East-West corridor, one of the busiest and most financially important in Ireland. The M4 connects the cities of Dublin and Galway, between the towns of Kilcock and Kinnegad.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed annually. Revenuesharing with the Government if certain traffic thresholds are exceeded.
  • Electronic toll system that is interoperable with the rest of the toll roads in Ireland.
  • 36 kilometers
  • €339.8 million investment managed
  • 66% stake
  • 2033 end of concession period