São Paulo governor plans R$18 billion infrastructure investments by 2022

The transportation area holds the largest number of projects - subway lines, airports and highways. The concession of 213 kilometers of the SP-55 coastal highway - between Bertioga and Peruíbe -, should result in R$3.1 billion in investments, according to the government.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - São Paulo governor João Doria (PSDB) is planning to sign concession contracts and Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) by 2022 that could yield R$18  (US$3.3) billion  in investments in the state in the medium and long-term.

The estimated amount of resources and jobs created in an election year, as a result of the economic recovery plan, could still be increased with the privatization of EMAE, the water and energy company. For the time being, state-oned sanitation company SABESP is not part of the plans.

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