Brazil signs contract for Tamoios Contours road concession

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The Government of São Paulo in Brazil has signed an agreement with the concessionaire Tamoios for the incorporation and resumption of works on the Caraguatatuba and São Sebastião Contours. The agreement allows the resumption of a work that has been paralyzed since 2018 and unlocks investments of BRL1.5 billion (US$289 million).

The package includes 46 works between bridges and viaducts, in addition to six sets of tunnels. The new road will be 33.9 km long, with increased road safety in a new logistical corridor to the Port of São Sebastião and the tourism hubs of the North Coast. The deadline for completion of the works is 26 months after the start of services, which will take place in the coming weeks. The improvements will be made possible through the São Paulo State Highway Concession Program.


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