São Paulo state, in Brazil, through its governor Geraldo Alckmin, has announced a new batch of public private partnership (PPP) projects.
The program will include highways, inter-municipal bus systems, metros and airports. According to the state mobility program, a total of R$10.5 billion (US$2.81 billion) is outlined for state highway concessions, R$2.6 billion (US$696.5 million) for inter-municipal bus systems, R$200 million (US$53.6 million) for metro works, and R$91 million (US$24.3 million) for airports.
More concretely this transportation infrastructure program includes:
Last month we reported that Invepar sold a 10 % stake in the São Paulo/Guarulhos-Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport to Airports Company South Africa SOC Limited (ACSA) The airport is the main international airport serving São Paulo. It was the busiest airport in Latin America by passenger traffic (39,573,000 in 2014).