LAMSA manages Linha Amarela (Yellow Line), one of the most important toll roads in the city of Rio de Janeiro. It connects neighborhoods and shortens distances, allowing the revitalization of much of the city’s north side.
CLN operates the BA-099 highway, which comprises the Estrada do Coco/Linha Verde system, connecting the city of Lauro de Freitas to the border between Bahia and Sergipe states. It crosses a beach-based tourist region, including environmental preservation areas, such as the Tamar project. The BA-099 has become consolidated as a high-quality, exceptionally comfortable and extremely safe highway, in addition to being an important agent for the region’s social and economic development. Its excellent state of conservation encourages private enterprise to invest in large-scale developments, especially hotels and other real estate projects.
CRT operates the stretch of the BR-116/RJ highway that includes the region encompassing the cities of Duque de Caxias (from the intersection with the BR-040/RJ), Magé, Guapimirim, Teresópolis, São José do Vale do Rio Preto and Sapucaia (until the intersection with the BR-393, on the border with the state of Minas Gerais, near the city of Além Paraíba). Its road infrastructure contributes to local development.
ViaRio is the concessionaire responsible for the implementation and operation of the Transolímpico expressway, envisaged in the Rio 2016 Olympic Plan, which connects important parts of Rio de Janeiro and proposes an integrated mobility model to reduce the travel time from the west to the north of the city.
In 2014, Invepar entered into a concession agreement to operate the 936.8 kilometer stretch of the BR-040 between Brasília (Federal District) and Juiz de Fora (Minas Gerais). The 30-year concession encompasses 35 municipalities with an estimated population of approximately 8 million. The project connects Brazil’s second and third largest economies (Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais) to the country’s capital.