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ROADIS manages in Mexico 145 km of highways, for a concession period of 45 years corresponding to the Saltillo - Monterrey and Perote - Xalapa - Banderilla highways. Both are now fully in operation, once the last stretch between Perote - Banderilla Xalapa was been opened to traffic in 2012.

The Saltillo – Monterrey highway, which is 60 kilometres long, is a high capacity road which improves the connectivity of these two cities in the north of the country: Saltillo, capital of the state of Coahuila de Zaragoza, and Monterrey, the most populated city and capital of the state of Nuevo León. Thus, this highway represents a competitive axis for the over five million inhabitants who live in the metropolitan areas of these cities. On the other hand, the 95 kilometre long Perote – Banderilla Xalapa highway, is the most modern and safest in the state of Veracruz. With four lanes, it is designed to speed the traffic up and reduce the time spent and costs to go from Mexico City to Veracruz.

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