Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff unveiled a concession program today aimed at drawing 198.4 billion reais (US$64 billion) in private investment to upgrade and operate Brazilian roads, railways, airports and harbor wharfs.
largest investment has been earmarked for railways, including the
country’s flagship project, the Brazil-Peru railway, which will connect
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, the Norte-Sul line and investment in
Highways, ports and airports also feature
in the plans, including a total of five highway concessions totalling
2,603 kilometres in 2015 and a further 11 new concessions totalling
4,867 kilometres in 2016. Investment in ports will involve new projects
for 57 private use terminals.
Chartered Civil Engineer specialised in Transportation
Ingeniero de Caminos especialista en Transporte