42 | 2011 Annual Report - Camargo Corrêa S.A.
Traffic – Average vehicles
|Presidente Dutra Highway||407|
|Castello Branco-Raposo Tavares System||168|
|Mário Covas Ring Road||32|
Camargo Corrêa Group’s assets in highways, passenger transport, and environmental vehicle inspection are centered at CCR, the largest company of its industry in Latin America. As of 2011, the company was responsible for 2,445 kilometers of road from the country’s networks under concession in the states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Paraná, managed by ten concessionaires. In the year, CCR recorded record-breaking traffic in its roads – a 14.2% increase over 2010.
CCR also has: a 38.25% shareholding interest at STP, which operates the electronic toll collection systems Sem Parar and Via
Fácil; a contract for operation of Line 4 of São Paulo Metro; and a 45% shareholding interest at concessionaire Controlar, responsible for environmental vehicle inspection in the city of São Paulo.
Early in 2012, CCR’s shareholders approved the company’s entrance in the airport industry. The business intends to exploit infrastructure opportunities at international airports in Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Curaçao through the purchase of assets belonging to A-Port – a joint venture led by Camargo Corrêa Group – and to Andrade Gutierrez. The amount allocated to acquire these assets was US$ 214.5 million. This is intended not only to enter a new