group ferrovial has measured the economic and social impact of its toll roads in operation through a report signed by the consulting firm steerand contributes to the result 61.6 billion euros in the GDP of nine countries in which 21 properties of the subsidiary are located sintra, These are the United States, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Australia, Slovakia and Colombia.
Concessionaire’s Director for Europe and New Markets, Jose Angel TamarizoA meeting with the media stated that Ferrovial had “for some time wanted to know the contribution of its toll roads to society”, highlighting the impact in its areas. 407 Toronto ETR (Canada) and dynamic toll roads Texas, North Carolina and Virginia (USA). Managed Investment Adds €23.8 billionWith which these infrastructures have created 334,000 jobs and 15,000 million in salary income in their areas of operation.
Direct benefits to users inevitably reach 23,500 million in travel time reductions; Steyr has estimated 1,925 million in outdoor benefits, hand in hand with increased safety and reduced emissions, and 4,000 million more from the increased productivity as a result of improved communications.
Sintra, which has 1,475 km of payouts under management, has generated socio-economic savings of ₹29,480 million, which means 1,170 million hours of travel postponed (830 million in North America). study, which is referred to as chariotIt also states that by 2021, 21,650 serious accidents have been avoided in North America and another 2,655 in Europe.
Tamariz presented Sintra this morning as an engine of economic growth and pointed out that Spain has no projects beyond a possible implementation of pay-per-use on highways: “It will end as Europe works in the press and the system.” It is a country of the environment”.
By region, Sintra states that the value generated by toll roads in operation in North America reaches 38,400 million with 22,800 million in socio-economic savings. Figures in Europe are 16,400 million in value generated from their investments and 6,600 million in socioeconomic savings. And in Australia, where Ferrovial has two highways, the GDP generated is 5,065 million, due to 15,200 million in socioeconomic savings.
The company’s core asset, 407 ETR, has so far added 15.5 billion GDP to the Toronto environment.
To prepare Quadriga, Steyr relied on data from official data and projects handled by Sintra itself. As such, it has recreated an assessment framework with which it estimates differences in relation to the contribution of roads and the scenario in which they did not exist.