Currently, the Invepar group is composed of 12 companies: 11 public service concessionaires in Highways, Airports and Urban Mobility and Metrobarra S.A., the company responsible for the acquisition and availability of the rolling stock and systems used on Line 4 of the Rio de Janeiro subway system. Metrobarra also holds the right to acquire the shares of Concessionária Rio Barra S.A., the current Line 4 concessionaire. The Invepar group is widely committed to the Invepar Code of Ethics and Conduct and the most rigorous national and international technical standards in their respective fields, with all of its companies aligned with the safety and comfort required by their users, the quality of service provided and the social and environmental welfare of the communities adjacent to these concessions.
- São Paulo
- Rio de Janeiro
- Minas Gerais
Concessionária Aeroporto Internacional de Guarulhos S/A
The largest airport in Latin America, it handles around 36 million passengers per year. With the infrastructure projects, safety upgrades, process improvements and new services planned for the 2014 World Cup, the airport capacity will increase to 60 million passengers per year.
CART - Concessionária Raposo Tavares S/A
Since March 17, 2009, CART has been managing the Raposo Tavares Corridor, a 444 km highway stretch between Bauru and Presidente Epitácio (SP), which connects Mato Grosso do Sul to the Pontal do Paranapanema and the north of Paraná to the Rodovia Castelo Branco highway. The concessionaire also manages 390 km of side roads.
Rio de Janeiro
The Linha Amarela is one of the main expressways in Rio de Janeiro. It is 20 km long and it connects Barra da Tijuca, on the city’s west side, to Ilha do Fundão, on the city’s north side. A total of 430,000 vehicles use the Linha Amarela each day.
MetrôRio, which transports more than 690,000 passengers per day and more than 190 million per year, makes Invepar the largest private urban mobility operator in Brazil. There are 35 stations serving Rio de Janeiro’s south side, downtown and north side, with a total of 40.9 km of tracks.
The ViaRio is part of the package of transportation infrastructure projects for the 2016 Olympic Games. There will be 23 km of roads linking Barra da Tijuca and Recreio dos Bandeirantes to Magalhães Bastos and Deodoro.
CRT - Concessionária Rio - Teresópolis S/A
CRT is responsible for managing the 142.5 km of BR-116 between Duque de Caxias and the border between Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais, a stretch that cuts through the Serra dos Órgãos National Park, a major Atlantic Forest conservation area.
Invepar is part of Consórcio VLT Carioca, which will be responsible for the construction and operation of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) system, which belongs to the package of transport infrastructure works for the 2016 Olympic Games. It will comprise 28km divided into six lines and 42 stations and stops that will connect the Rio de Janeiro Port region to the city center and Santos Dumont Airport.
CLN - Concessionária Litoral Norte
Highway BA-099, which is managed by CLN, connects the city of Lauro de Freitas to the border between Bahia and Sergipe, with a total extension of 183 km of highways and 34.7 km of access roads, totaling 217.7 km.
CBN - Concessionária Bahia Norte
CBN operates the BA-093 System, which is composed of the highways BA-093 (from Simões Filho to the border between Mata de São João and Pojuca), BA-535 (Via Parafuso), BA-526 (CIA /Airport), BA-512 (access to Camaçari), BA-521 and BA-524 (from Camaçari to Porto de Aratu), for a total of 132.65 km.
CRA - Concessionária Rota do Atlântico
CRA manages the 45km of the Suape Highway and Logistics Complex, between Cabo de Santo Agostinho and the Porto de Galinhas beach, meetings the demands of the expanding economy in the Brazilian Northeast and contributing to the development of tourism in Pernambuco.
DF, Goiás and Minas Gerais
The Via 040 toll road system extends for 936.8 km and connects Brazil’s capital Brasília (DF) with Juiz de Fora (MG). Of this total, 8.4 km are in the Federal District, 157.3 km in Goiás and 771.1 km in Minas Gerais. A total of 702 km will be duplicated over the next five years. The concession covers 38 municipalities in a region with more than eight million inhabitants.