Physical Infrastructure

Highways
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Energy
Multimodal Terminal


Mazatlán - Culiacán

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La autopista MAZATLÁN – CULIACÁN inició operaciones el 26 de octubre de 1992. Inicia en el entronque llamado El Venadillo, y termina en el entronque Costa Rica, conforma 181.5 Km. de longitud.

 
Champa - La Venta

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Chamapa-La Venta and its Interlomas division: This is a concession authorized by the State of Mexico that consists of 10.8 kilometers located in the municipalities of Naucalpan and Huixquilucan.

 
Toluca Northern Bypass

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Toluca Northern Bypass: This Bypass began operations in September of 2007 exceeding traffic expectations and registering vehicle capacities beyond what was expected.

 
Tepic - Villa Unión

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Tepic-Villa Unión: This highway forms a part of the Pacific Highway Artery and is located in the states of Nayarit and Sinaloa, connecting Guadalajara to Nogales and Tijuana near the country’s northern border.

 
Tijuana - Tecate Highway ATM

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Tijuana – Tecate Highway ATM: Acquired in September of 2005 and with an aggressive rehabilitation program along its 29.8 kilometers of length, this highway is located in the northern zone of Baja California and the State’s major areas of development such as Tijuana, Mexicali and Ensenada.

 
Valle de México Northern Bypass : Arco Mexico

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Valle de México Northern Bypass (Arco Norte): With this concession, IDEAL has acquired the right and the obligation to build 142 kilometers of a four-lane highway and operate 223 kilometers that circle the Mexico City’s metropolitan zone and travel through four states of the Republic, Puebla, Tlaxcala, Hidalgo and Mexico, crossing the highways Mexico-Querétaro, Mexico-Pachuca, Mexico-Tulancingo and Mexico-Puebla and the Texcoco-Apizaco highway, among others.