Drivers never travel along the Dom Pedro Corridor. Everything that happens on the Rota das Bandeiras highways is monitored in real time by 73 cameras.Responsible for the Dom Pedro Corridor, located in the rural region of São Paulo State, Rota das Bandeiras is making the 297-kilometer road network under its administration increasingly safe and comfortable for users during their commutes. As proof of this fact, the D. Pedro I Highway was elected the third largest in the country by the National Transport Confederation in 2013 and 2014.
The number of accidents with fatalities fell 18,4% between 2010 and 2014 and the number of recorded accidents dropped by 36,3%.
Rota das Bandeiras assists 215 people each day and offers medical and mechanical rescue and traffic inspection services along its highways.
The concessionaire is building 32 km of side roads along the entire urban stretch of Campinas as part of the D. Pedro I Highway, which will help improve the flow of traffic for residents in an area that receives 125,000 vehicles each day. By 2016, the side roads will increase the traffic capacity in the region by 66%.
The 10-km extension of the Magalhães Teixeira beltway will also guarantee a new connection to the areas near the Viracopos International Airport in Campinas. The highway Eng. Constâncio Cintra has just been duplicated, meeting the demands of the residents from Itatiba and Jundiaí.
Smart Stop offers free health and wellness services to drivers and pedestrians.
During the 30-year concession, Rota das Bandeiras will invest R$ 2.7 billion to expand, recover and modernize the highways that form the Dom Pedro Corridor, which covers 17 cities and 2.5 million residents. Of this total, R$ 1.7 billion will be invested during the first six years of the concession until 2015.
9,800 people benefitted by the digital integration program Hit the Net
12,800 people benefitted by the digital integration program Hit the Net (projection)
150 public spaces benefitted by the program
300 instructors trained to work with Hit the Net
26,000 students benefitted by the Education Route program
117,500 students benefitted by the Education Route program (projection)
900 professors trained by the Education Route program
25 seedlings planted for each tree removed from the stretch because of the construction work
80,000 seedlings already planted along the Dom Pedro Corridor
40 tons of garbage collected each month along the Dom Pedro Corridor highways
R$ 2.7 billion
30-year concession (2039)
Metropolitan region of Campinas, Circuito das Frutas and Vale do Paraíba in rural São Paulo/SP
Municipalities: Artur Nogueira, Atibaia, Bom Jesus dos Perdões, Campinas, Conchal, Cosmópolis, Engenheiro Coelho, Igaratá, Itatiba, Jacareí, Jarinu, Jundiaí, Louveira, Mogi Guaçu, Nazaré Paulista, Paulínia and Valinhos.