One of the biggest infrastructure concession groups in the world
The company is responsible for 3,265 km of highway roads in the states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul, under management of the following concessionaire companies: CCR NovaDutra (SP-RJ), CCR ViaLagos (RJ), CCR RodoNorte (PR), CCR AutoBAn (SP), CCR ViaOeste (SP), CCR RodoAnel (SP), CCR SPVias (SP), Renovias (SP) and CCR MSVia (MS).
Through actions that include educational campaigns, signage and guardrail improvements and electronic panels for providing information to users, the highways managed by CCR obtained a 21.38% reduction in the number of deaths by accident between 2010 and 2015, demonstrating the importance of the serious and committed work on the part of Grupo CCR companies to protect lives.
- CCR NovaDutraManaged by CCR NovaDutra, Presidente Dutra Highway is 402 km long and connects the two most important metropolitan regions in the country: São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. With more than 90 km of side roads and an average daily flow of 876,000 trips, Dutra highway crosses the main industrial centers of both states, covering a region that accounts for more than 50% of Brazil’s GDP.Access Site
- CCR ViaLagosCCR ViaLagos manages RJ-124, or Lagos Highway, which is the main road that connects Rio de Janeiro to the Lakes Region, and is also known as the Sun Coast Route. Extending 57 km, it connects the municipality of Rio Bonito to São Pedro da Aldeia. It also provides access to Saquarema, Cabo Frio, Arraial do Cabo, Armação dos Búzios and the northern coast of Rio de Janeiro. The concessionaire is responsible for completely transforming the highway, boosting development in the Lakes Region. With the investments made by CCR ViaLagos, the regional economy obtained significant gains, particularly in the services, tourism and real estate sectors.Access Site
- CCR RodoNorteCCR RodoNorte is responsible for four stretches of important highways and access roads, totaling 567.78 kilometers. The highways managed by the concessionaire are BR-277 (between Curitiba and São Luiz do Puranã), BR-376 (between Apucarana and São Luiz do Puranã) and PR-151 (connecting Ponta Grossa, Jaguariaíva, Sengés and the border of São Paulo state) and BR-373 (between Ponta Grossa and Trevo do Caetano, exit to Northern Paraná and Foz do Iguaçu). With an average daily flow of 75,000 trips, these highways are important corridors for moving Paraná and Brazil’s agricultural and industrial production.Access Site
- CCR AutoBAnManaged by CCR AutoBAn, the Anhanguera-Bandeirantes System comprises Anhanguera Highway (SP-330), between kilometers 11 and 158, Bandeirantes Highway (SP-348), between kilometers 13 and 173, Dom Gabriel Paulino Bueno Couto Highway (SP-300), between kilometers 62 and 64, and the Adalberto Panzan interconnection (SPI-102/330), between kilometers 1 and 7, totaling 316.8 kilometers in extension. With an average daily flow of 860 thousand trips, the system plays a key role in transporting agricultural and industrial products, as it connects the capital of São Paulo with the Campinas region, one of the most important economic centers in the country.Access Site
- CCR ViaOesteThe Castello-Raposo System, managed by CCR ViaOeste, comprises parts of Castello Branco Highway, Senador José Ermírio de Moraes Highway, Raposo Tavares Highway and Dr. Celso Charuri Highway. With an average daily flow of 600 thousand trips, the 169.25 km of highway roads managed by the concessionaire connect the capital of São Paulo with the Western region of the state, servicing 16 municipalities.Access Site
- CCR RodoAnelConcessionaire CCR RodoAnel is responsible for managing the 29.3 km of the western portion of the Mário Covas Beltway, an important road that connects with the Raposo Tavares, Castello Branco, Anhanguera, Bandeirantes and Régis Bittencourt highways, with an average daily volume of 240 thousand cars. The concession agreement has a 30-year term and foresees a total investment of $830 million (July/2016) in the beltway.Access Site
- CCR SPViasCCR SPVias manages parts of the Castello Branco (SP-280), Raposo Tavares (SP-270), João Mellão (SP-255), Francisco Alves Negrão (SP-258), Antonio Romano Schincariol and Francisco da Silva Pontes (SP-127) highways. Extending 516 km, the highways interconnect 26 municipalities, benefiting approximately 860,000 inhabitants, being the main link for connecting the city of São Paulo with the southwest region of the state, as well as Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul states. An average of 85,000 vehicles use the roads managed by SPVias.Access Site
- RenoviasIn 2008, CCR acquired a 40% stake of concessionaire Renovias. The network of roads managed by the company totals 345.6 km, connecting the Campinas region to the Waters Circuit region and southern Minas Gerais, interfacing with 15 municipalities. For two consecutive years (2014 and 2015), Renovias was the recipient of the Artesp - Concessionaire of the Year Award, for its managing of roads and quality of services provided to users.Access Site
- ViaRioGrupo CCR is a shareholder of ViaRio S.A., the concessionaire responsible for operating and managing the Transolympic Expressway for 35 years, connecting the Rio de Janeiro neighborhoods of Barra da Tijuca (west side) to Deodoro (north side). The road extends for 13 km, with no traffic lights or intersections, possessing 10 entrances and nine exits that offer a significant reduction in travel time between the two regions. Designed to shorten the path between Avenida Brasil and Barra da Tijuca, it includes 18 BRT terminals and stations that service the population and help minimize traffic in adjacent neighborhoods.Access Site
- CCR MSViaCCR MSVia is the concessionaire responsible since the beginning of April 2014 for managing, fixing up, operating and duplicating BR-163/MS. Extending 845.4 km, the highway crosses the state of Mato Grosso do Sul between the border of Mato Grosso and Paraná, passing through 21 cities and servicing more than 1.3 million inhabitants. The concessionaire is responsible for duplicating more than 800 km of highway. The goal is to reduce the number of accidents on the highway, increasing safety and traffic flow, with regional development.Access Site
- CCR PonteDe junho de 1995 a 31 de maio de 2015, a Ponte Rio-Niterói foi administrada pela CCR Ponte. Foi a primeira vez no Brasil que se constituiu o regime de concessão de uma grande estrutura rodoviária para o setor privado. A Ponte Rio-Niterói tem 13 quilômetros de extensão e 10 quilômetros de acessos.Access Site