Ferrovial - Annual Report 2010

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Toll roads

Ireland

M3 toll road

  • The toll road runs 50 km between Clonee and North Kells, to the north-west of Dublin.
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed annually.
  • Revenue-sharing with the government if certain traffic thresholds are exceeded.
  • The concession agreement establishes guaranteed minimum traffic levels. The Irish government has to pay the concessionaire compensation if traffic falls below the established minimum levels.
  • Opening: June 4, 2010.
  • Electronic toll system that is interoperable with the rest of the toll roads in Ireland.

Eurolink (M4-M6) toll road

  • This 36 km section is part of the East-West (Dublin-Galway) corridor, one of the busiest in Ireland. Currently the corridor has been refurbished to divided highway/toll road standard along its entire length (200 km).
  • Toll rates are inflation-indexed annually.
  • Revenue-sharing with the Government if certain traffic thresholds are exceeded.
  • Electronic toll system that is interoperable with the rest of the toll roads in Ireland.

M3 figures

50
km
€544.1
Mn. Investment managed
95.0%
stake
2052
end of concession period

Eurolink (M4-M5) figures

36
km
€336.4
Mn. Investment managed
66%
stake
2033
end of concession period

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