The CCR Group operates eleven toll road networks, each of which is a concession owned by one of its operating subsidiaries. The Concessions have remaining terms from 2022 to 2047. For each, the Company is responsible for the road‘s restoration, reconstruction, modernization, monitoring, improvement, maintenance, upkeep and operation. Besides, the CCR Group is the operator of the concession of the Yellow and Lilac Lines of the São Paulo subway, of the Barcas and the VLT concessions in Rio de Janeiro city and the airport concessions of Quito, in Equador, San José, in Costa Rica and Curaçao, in Curaçao.

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Nova Dutra

CCR was awarded the Rodovia Presidente Dutra, or Via Dutra concession, in 1995. It accounted for 13.1% of gross operating revenues in 2019. The road covers the 402.0-kilometer section of Via Dutra Highway (BR-116).

Via Dutra is the principal corridor between the two most important metropolitan areas in Brazil, in the state of Rio de Janeiro —Resende, Volta Redonda and Barra Mansa —and the state of São Paulo —São José dos Campos, Taubaté and Jacareí.

The highway also crosses agricultural regions, as well as a mountainous section known as the Serra das Araras. It is an interstate highway with urban sections, typically a divided highway with two lanes in each direction and with shoulders. In some sections the shoulder has been converted into a third lane for slow-moving trucks or acceleration or deceleration lanes. In the metropolitan areas of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, there are service roads separated from the main highway for slower-moving urban traffic.

The Via Dutra contains six toll plazas, four weighing stations, two operational control centers, and eleven user assistance bases. CCR holds the NovaDutra concession for a period of 25 years, until February 2021, pursuant to a grant from the federal government, represented by ANTT.


The Anhanguera-Bandeirantes system, or AutoBAn concession, with which CCR was awarded in 1998, accounted for 20.7% of gross operating revenues in 2019. The road is the largest concession highway in terms of revenues in the state of São Paulo and in Brazil.

The system consists of three highways: the Rodovia Anhangüera, the Rodovia dos Bandeirantes and the Rodovia Dom Gabriel Paulino Bueno Couto. The system is currently 316.8 kilometers long. The Rodovia Dom Gabriel Paulino Bueno Couto links the Rodovia Anhangüera and the Rodovia dos Bandeirantes in the Jundiaí region. The system runs through one of the most important economic regions in Brazil and links the city of São Paulo with the Campinas region. The system acts together with other highways, linking major urban centers in up-country São Paulo state with the port of Santos and the surrounding region, as well as other important regions of the state. The system is a key instrument in the economic and urban integration of the municipalities in the region.

The Anhanguera-Bandeirantes system is divided with two, three or four lanes in each direction, and it has ten toll plazas, ten user assistance bases, five weighing stations and one operational control center. Pursuant to the terms of the AutoBAn concession agreement, CCR also provides patrol vehicles to the highway patrol on the AutoBAn network and pays for the fuel used by them. The AutoBAn concession has been granted to CCR for a period of 28 years, until April 2027, by the state of São Paulo, represented by the state‘s DER, the ARTESP.


The Rodonorte – Rodovias Integradas S.A., or Rodonorte concession, with which CCR was awarded in 1997, accounted for 7.3% of gross operating revenues in 2019. The road system is, in terms of length, investments required by the concessionaire, and toll collection, the largest of the six concessions of the State of Paraná Highway Concessions Program. The network is 567.8 kilometers long.

Rodonorte‘s highway network is divided into two main sections. The first links Curitiba to Apucarana and connects the state capital to the largest industrial and agricultural center in the north of Paraná, where important cities such as Londrina and Maringá are located. This section is the primary route to the Port of Paranaguá . The second section, linking Ponta Grossa to Jaguariaíva, takes a northeast route towards São Paulo. The RodoNorte network consists of BR-376, between Apucarana and São Luis do Purunã, passing through Ponta Grossa ; BR-277, between São Luis do Purunã and Curitiba ; Highway PR-151, between Jaguariaíva and Ponta Grossa ; and BR-373, up to the junction with BR-376.

Within this system, 208 kilometers, or 43%, are divided highway with two lanes in each direction and with shoulders on both sides. 279.5 kilometers, or 57%, are undivided highway with one lane in each direction and with shoulders on both sides. There are also feeder-roads adjacent to the highways. Under the specific technical requirements of the concession, RodoNorte is responsible for the restoration and maintenance of these sections of roadway. The total distance of the feeder roads is 80.28 kilometers. Although RodoNorte is responsible for the restoration and subsequent upkeep and periodic maintenance of these sections of feeder road as concessionaire, it does not have the obligation to provide any other services, as it must for the highways. The feeder roads are undivided roads with one lane in each direction, with shoulders on both sides.

The RodoNorte system has seven toll plazas, six weighing stations, seven user assistance bases and one operational control center. The RodoNorte concession has been granted for a period of 24 years, until November 2021, by the state of Paraná, as represented by the DER of the state of Paraná, or DER/PR.


The concession of the Lagos Highway was granted in 1996, accounting for 1.2% of the gross operating revenue in 2019. The highway serves Região dos Lagos, including the municipalities of Araruama, São Pedro da Aldeia, Cabo Frio, Búzios and Arraial do Cabo, being a destination for locals and national tourists. The region receives a substantial number of vacationers who use the highways that are part of the system.

The ViaLagos system consists of three roads: RJ-124—between km 0 (near km 265 of the BR-101-Rio Bonito) and km 30 (Araruama); the new road parallel to the RJ-106—between km 0 (near km 30 of the RJ-124) and km 26 (near km 105 of the RJ-106); and RJ-106—between km 105 and km 109. The road system is 56 kilometers long. The road system is currently a paved undivided highway with two lanes in each direction and shoulders on each side.

The system contains a toll plaza, two user help centers and an operating control center. The concession expiration date is January 2047, in accordance with the award by the state of Rio de Janeiro, represented by the former DER/RJ and AGETRANSP.


The start of the operation took place on April 31, 1998. ViaOeste accounted for 9.4% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

The following integrates ViaOeste‘s concession agreement: Rodovia Presidente Castello Branco (SP-280), from km 13.7 (city of Osasco) to km 79.38 (city of Itú); Rodovia Raposo Tavares (SP-270), from km 34.0 (city of Cotia) to km 115.5 (city of Araçoiaba da Serra) – except for the urban perimeters located between km 58.5 to km 63.0 and km 87.2 to km 89.3; Rodovia Senador José Ermírio de Moraes (SP-075), from km 0.0 to km 15.0 and Rodovia Dr. Celso Charuri (SP 091/270), from km zero to km 6.20. It is liable for the connection between the capital city and the west region of the São Paulo State, with the cities of Barueri, Osasco, Itapevi, Sorocaba and São Roque, as main cities served by the concession.

The concession‘s original deadline was 20 years, awarded by the state of São Paulo. To this end, on December 20, 2006 ViaOeste signed a Modifying Amendment Contract with the DER/SP. This amendment put the economic-financial equations of the Concession Contract back into balance, extending the concession award by 57 months, with expiration rescheduled for December 2022.

RodoAnel Oeste

RodoAnel Oeste is the company responsible for administrating the 32-kilometer western segment of the Mário Covas Ring Road, which is an important beltway connecting the Raposo Tavares, Castello Branco, Anhangüera, Bandeirantes, and Régis Bittencourt highways, over which 240,000 vehicles travel every day. The concession contract is for 30, with the collection of tolls beginning on December 17, 2008. RodoAnel was responsible for 2.5% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

The Concessionária RodoAnel is formed by CCR (98.9%) and Encalso Construções (1.1%). The Integração Oeste Consortium, formed by these two companies, won the public bidding contest for operating the section, in March 2008, after presenting the lowest proposed toll rate. The consortium proposed R$ 1.1684, which was lower than the amounts presented by the other four competitors, representing a premium of 61% in relation to the ceiling of R$ 3 stipulated for the bidding by the government of the State of São Paulo.

The Ring Road marks the return to the São Paulo Concession Program and represents one of the main traffic solutions for Metropolitan São Paulo. With the payment of a granting fee of R$ 2 billion, the State had sufficient funds to conclude the construction of the southern section of the Ring Road, which is an important axis for the flow of agricultural and industrial products from the north and western side of the State to the Port of Santos. The highway is also of fundamental importance for lessening the number of trucks on the Tietê and Pinheiros By-Passes and on Bandeirantes Avenue.


In 2008, CPC acquired 40% of the capital of Renovias licensee. The roads administered by the company nowadays total an extension of 345.6 kilometers, connecting the city of Campinas to the South of the state of Minas Gerais. With a distribution of 220.5 kilometers of double lanes and 125.1 kilometers of single lanes, the road network interfaces with 15 cities: Campinas, Jaguariúna, Santo Antônio de Posse, Mogi Mirim, Mogi Guaçu, Estiva Gerbi, Aguaí, Casa Branca, Mococa, Espírito Santo do Pinhal, São João da Boa Vista, Águas da Prata, Vargem Grande do Sul, Itobi and São José do Rio Pardo. Renovias was responsible for 1.7% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

Renovias concession agreement was signed in April 1998, and the foreseen expiration date for its operations is June 2022. Since June 2008, the licensee’s capital stock is held in the following ratios: 60% by Encalso and 40% by CCR Group, through its controlled company CPC.


In October 2010, CPC acquired 100% of the capital stock of the SPVias highway concessionaire. The highways currently managed by the company total 515.0 km, linking the regions of Sorocaba, Tatuí, Avaré and Itapeva. Its highway network interfaces with approximately 12 municipalities in the Southwest quadrant of the state of São Paulo: among these are important centers such as Sorocaba and Avaré. The SPVias concession contract was signed in February 2002 and its operations are scheduled to expire in September 2028. SPVias was responsible for 6.3% of gross operating revenues in 2019.


The Concessionária da Linha 4 do Metrô de São Paulo S.A., a company in which CCR Group retains 75% of the capital together with Montgomery Participações S.A. and Mitsui & Co. Ltd., retainers of 15% and 10% of the capital respectively, holds the Sponsored Concession Agreement with the São Paulo State Government for the exploration of the passenger transport services on Line 4 (Yellow Line) of the São Paulo Subway.

The concession has a minimum term of 30 (thirty) years for the exploring passenger transportation of São Paulo Yellow Line 4 over its extension of 12.8 km and crosses Butantã, Pinheiros, Faria Lima, Paulista, República and Luz stations (Phase 1); Fradique Coutinho, Oscar Freire, Higienópolis. Maintenance station Vila Sônia and systems (Phase 2). The operation will be complemented from Vila Sônia to Taboão da Serra, trough Bus with no additional tariff. The concessionaire is responsible for the operation and maintenance, as well as the supply of trains and signaling and control systems. ViaQuatro was responsible for 5.5% of gross operating revenues in 2019.


In April 2012, CCR signed the ViaRio concession contract, valid for 35 years. The Rio Olímpico Consortium is comprised of CCR (66.66%) and Investimentos e Participações em Infraestrutura S.A. – Invepar (33.34%) a. The construction of the ViaRio is part of an Olympic Games 2016 investment package that will be carried out in Rio de Janeiro. The express highway runs for 13 (thirteen) km, connecting the Deodoro and Barra da Tijuca neighborhoods. ViaRio accounted for 0.9% of gross operating revenue in 2019.


The concession of Rodovia dos Lagos was granted in 1996 and accounted for for 1.2% of gross operating revenue in 2019. The highway connects Região dos Lagos, including the municipalities of Araruama, São Pedro da Aldeia, Cabo Frio, Búzios and Arraial do Cabo, and is a destination for local and national tourists. The region receives a significant number of vacationers who use the roads that form the system.


CCR ViaCosteira is responsible for infrastructure exploration and the provision of public services including recovery, operation, maintenance, monitoring, conservation, implementation of improvements, capacity expansion and service level maintenance of the BR-101/SC Highway Road System, between Paulo Lopes (km 244+680) and the border of the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul (km 465+100) during the 30 years of concession.

In August 2020, the Company began working on this asset, whose concession agreement was signed in July 2020.


On December 20, 2013, the proposal submitted by Companhia de Participações em Concessões, a subsidiary of Grupo CCR, was declared winner for the recovery, operation, maintenance, conservation, implantation of improvements and capacity expansion of the stretch of the BR-163/MS highway in Mato Grosso do Sul. The concession will last for 30 years. MSVia concession has extension of 847.2 km and integrates the 3rd phase of federal highways concessions program. The stretch covers the borders of Mato Grosso and Paraná, through a total of 19 cities from the state of Mato Grosso do Sul. MSVia accounted for 2.7% of gross operating revenue in 2019.


In April 2012, CPC acquired 80.00% (eighty percent) of the capital stock of Barcas. Barcas is a state public service concessionaire which owns, through 2023 (renewable for another 25 years), the concession to the right to exploit regularly scheduled waterway passenger transportation lines. The investments to be made will prioritize fleet recovery, acquisition of new vessels and station refurbishment. Barcas was responsible for 1.4% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

International Airport of Quito

In May 2012, CPC acquired approximately 45.49% of the capital stock of the International Airport of Quito (NAIQ), in Ecuador. On December 10, 2015, CCR concluded financially the Share Purchase Agreement and other Covenants involving the acquisition of: (i) 4.5% of the capital stock of Quiport Holdings; (ii) 3.375% of the credits arising from the subordinated debt of Corporación Quiport; and (iii) 50% of the capital stock of ADC&HAS Management Ltd. As a result, CCR now held, indirectly, 50% of Quito International Airport, which is located in a duty-free zone exempt from income tax until 2025. The concession is for 30 years, ending in January 2041. International Airport of Quito was responsible for 3.1% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

International Airport Juan Santamaria

In September 2012, CPC and CCR España acquired 48.75% of the capital stock of the concessionaire that holds the concession to operate and manage Juan Santamaria International Airport in Costa Rica. In October 2018, CCR España acquired another 48.40% interest in Juan Santamaria International Airport. As of this date, CCR indirectly holds a 97.15% stake in this asset through its subsidiaries. Juan Santamaria International Airport is located in the province of Alajuela, around 20 km from the center San José. Juan Santamaria International Airport serves 3.5 million passengers and performs 32,400 ATM operations every year. The concession term is 25 years, expiring in May 2026. Juan Santamaria International Airport accounted for 2.4% of gross operating revenue in 2019.

International Airport of Curaçao

In October 2012, CCR España acquired 40.8% of the capital stock of the concessionaire that owned the concession to operate and manage the International Airport of Curaçao, in Curaçao. In June 2013, CCR España acquired more 39% of the Curacao International Airport, totaling 79.8% of the shares of the capital stock of CAI. The International Airport is located on the north coast of the Island of Curação, approximately 15 km from the center of the capital, Willemstad. The AIC serves 1.6 million passengers per year and conducts 25,900 ATMs per year. The current concession began on August 1, 2003 with a 30-year term of expiration, until August 2033. International Airport of Curaçao was responsible for 1.5% of gross operating revenues in 2019.

BH Airport

On January 24, 2014, the Governing Board of the National Civil Aviation Agency – ANAC declared the proposal presented by Consórcio Aerobrasil to be the winner of the bid for the expansion, maintenance and exploration of Tancredo Neves International Airport, in the municipalities of Confins/MG and Lagoa Santa/MG. On April 7, 2014, Concessionária do Aeroporto Internacional de Confins S.A., comprising: (i) Sociedade de Participação no Aeroporto Internacional de Confins S.A. (in turn comprising CPC, with 75.00%, Zurich Airport International AG, with 24.00%, and Munich Airport International Beteiligungs GmbH, with 1.00%), which retains 51.00% of the Concessionaire; and (ii) Empresa Brasileira de Infraestrutura Aeroportuária – Infraero, which retains the remaining 49.00%, signed the Concession Agreement for the services described above. The concession will have a term of 30 years. BH Airport was responsible for 3.0% of gross operating revenues in 2019.


In November 2015, CCR USA acquired 70.0% of the capital stock of TAS, a provider of airport activity administration and management services in airports in the United States. As a result, CCR now held, indirectly through its subsidiary. 70% of the capital stock of TAS, the remaining thirty percent (30%) being held by William John Evans, indirectly through Jack Holding, Inc. The TAS accounted for 3.5% of gross operating revenue in 2019.


In June 2013, Actua Assessoria S.A., a subsidiary of CCR, signed the VLT (“Light Train Vehicle”) concession contract for a period of 25 years from the issue date of the Start Order. With this project CCR still demonstrating interest in exploiting opportunities in the State of Rio de Janeiro and the promotion on its sustainable development through the improvement of transport infrastructure.  The VLT accounted for 0.4% of gross operating revenue in 2019.

The implementation of the VLT is part of the strategy of the government of the State of Rio de Janeiro to ensure adequate transportation infrastructure for the Olympic Games in 2016, besides benefiting the entire population that uses the public transportation network. The VLT will be connected to subway, suburban trains, Barcas S.A. (ferry), BRT’s, conventional bus network and the Santos Dumont Airport, helping to consolidate the concept of integrated transportation network.

The “VLT Carioca” Consortium is formed by CIIS S.A., a subsidiary of CCR (50,31%), Investimentos e Participações em Infraestrutura S.A. – Invepar (21,58%) and Odebrecht TransPort S.A. (13,47%), RIOPAR Participações S.A. (14,40%), Benito Roggio Transporte S.A. (0,22%) and RATP do Brasil Operações, Participações e Prestações de Serviços para Transporte Ltda. (0,02%).

Bahia Metro System

The Companhia de Metrô Bahia, which is wholly constituted by CPC, a company belonging to the CCR Group, is responsible for executing, under the Public Private Partnership regime, a sponsored concession, with civil works and systems, rolling stock supply, maintenance and expansion of the Salvador and Lauro de Freitas Metro System. The Concession will have a term of 30 years, until October 2043, with a total extension of 41 km, comprising 2 lines and 23 stations. Metro Bahia was responsible for 6.3% of gross operating revenue in 2019.


ViaMobilidade is the concessionaire responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Subway Line 5 and Line 17 (Gold) of the São Paulo State monorail. The concession is effective for 20 years. In the whole, the project will construct 25 stations, out of which 17 stations in Line 5 (Lilac) and 8 stations in Line 17 (Gold) of the monorail, totaling 27.8 Km of rails. ViaMobilidade accounted for 3.6% of the gross operational revenue in 2019.