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    Villafranca de Ebro-El Burgo Highway

    The “Ebro Bridge” is a greenfield project valued at 72.7 million for the construction and maintenance of the ARA-A1 Highway that runs between the towns of Villafranca and Burgo de Ebro, connecting the N-II, AP-2 and N-232 highways.

    The project was acquired and delivered as a public-private partnership, with a shadow toll payment model. The scope included the design, construction, financing, operations and maintenance of the section of the highway for a period of 30 years.

    The project has been in operation since the completion of construction in 2008, and will be returned to the Government in 2036.

    The design was for a new highway running from the N-II Highway between the towns of Villafranca de Ebro and Nuez de Ebro, up to the N-232 Highway at its junction with the A-222 in Burgo de Ebro.

    It has three junctions: with the N-II, with the AP-2, and with the N-232 and the A-222. It includes two viaducts over the River Ebro.

    General Information

    Location
    Aragon, Spain
    Contract type
    Concession
    Infrastructure
    7.3-km highway with two lanes per side, and a 400-m long bridge
    Year of project completion
    2008

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