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Ferrovial - Integrated annual report 2013 / Spain

Alcalá-O’Donnell toll road (M203)

  • The toll road provides more access from the Henares corridor to the center and south of Madrid, by creating a new alternative to the A-2.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed.
  • The duration of the concession period may be extended by one year, depending on the accident rates.
  • 15.3 kilometers
  • €99.4 million investment managed
  • 100% stake
  • 2065 end of concession period

Autema highway

  • It connects San Cugat del Vallès and Manresa, running through Rubí, Terrassa and Sant Vicenç de Castellet.
  • It links up with various large arterial roads, such as the AP-7 toll road, the Catalonia transversal arterial road C-25, the C-58 and the C-55. In the near future it will link up with the B-40, the fourth beltway in Barcelona.
  • It is also integrated into the Llobregat C-16 hub which connects Barcelona and France, as part of the E-9 European route.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed.
  • 48.3kilometers
  • €233.1million investment managed
  • 76.28%stake
  • 2036end of concession period

Madrid Sur (R4) toll road

  • The R-4 is an alternative to the A-4 between Getafe and Ocaña, passing through the towns of Pinto, Valdemoro, Seseña and Aranjuez.
  • The concession includes a toll section (R-4) that connects the M-50 and Ocaña, and another toll-free section including part of the M-50 (between the A-2 and the M-409) and the M-31 (which connects the M-40 and the M-50).
  • Connects with the Madrid- Levante toll road, thus completing a 180 km toll link between Madrid and the east coast of Spain.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed with an adjustment if traffic exceeds established thresholds.
  • 97.2 kilometers
  • €1.35 billion investment managed
  • 55% stake
  • 2065 end of concession period

Madrid-Levante toll road (AP-36)

  • Route between Madrid and the east coast that offers an alternative to the A-3 and N-301 in a corridor with high traffic levels and congestion problems. On its entry to Madrid, the toll road connects directly with the R-4 and links up with the provinces of Toledo, Cuenca and Albacete.
  • The concession period may be extended for a further four years if certain service quality conditions are met.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed, with an adjustment if traffic exceeds established thresholds.
  • 182.8 kilometers
  • €540.3 million investment managed
  • 53.71% stake
  • 2040 end of concession period

Ausol I highway

  • The Malaga-Estepona toll road significantly improves the traffic flow along the Costa del Sol. It is part of the European route E15.
  • Rates vary according to the time of year, with high season being during the summer months and at Easter.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed with an adjustment if traffic exceeds established thresholds.
  • 82.7 kilometers
  • €512.1 million investment managed
  • 80% stake
  • 2046 end of concession period

Ausol II highway

  • The Estepona-Guadiaro highway, situated in one of the corridors with the fastest population growth in Spain, provides an alternative route to a highly congested semiurban corridor. It is part of the European Route E15.
  • Rates vary according to the time of year, with high season being during the summer months and at Easter.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed with an adjustment if traffic exceeds established thresholds.
  • 22.5 kilometers
  • €217.2million investment managed
  • 80% stake
  • 2054end of concession period

Autovía de la Plata

  • New 49-kilometer section of the A-66 between Benavente and Zamora which will complete the arterial road that connects Gijón and Seville, the Silver Route.
  • It is divided into three sections: the A-6 section, between Castrogonzalo and Santovenia; the second section, between Santovenia and Fontanillas de Castro; and the third section, between Fontanillas de Castro and Zamora. The section will run as closely as possible to the N-630 to minimize environmental impact.
  • It is based on an availability payment mechanism, i.e. users will not be required to pay tolls.
  • 49 kilometers
  • €191.4million investment managed
  • 25% stake
  • 2042 end of concession period

Almanzora highway

  • Public-private partnership to build, conserve, maintain and operate the section of the Almanzora Highway between Purchena and the A-7 or Mediterranean Highway, on its way through Huércal-Overa (Almeria).
  • A-334 intends to turn the Almanzora district into a strategic hub between the Levante area, the north of Granada and Almeria. It will connect this area with the corridor that joins the A-92 and western Andalusia.
  • 41.5 kilometers
  • €145.8 million investment managed
  • 23.75% stake
  • 2041 end of concession period