Listed among the world's largest infrastructure concession companies, CCR operates in the concession segments of highways, urban mobility and services. Always attentive to new opportunities in domestic and foreign markets, it maintains a rigorous strategic plan aimed at diversifying its business portfolio, through which its operations are based on and expects to achieve a qualified growth.

In line with this strategy, CCR is present in the passenger transport segment, through ViaQuatro and CCR Metro Bahia concessionaires, which are responsible respectively for the operation of the Line 4-Yellow of the São Paulo metro and the metro system of Salvador and Lauro de Freitas, to be delivered to the population in 2016, a total of 33.4 kilometers, the third largest metro network in the country.

In Rio de Janeiro, the company participates in the concession of the VLT (Light Rail Vehicle), which will link the port area and the city center and integrates the equity control of ViaRio, responsible for the building and operation of the Express Corridor TransOlímpica, projects to be completed by June for the start of the Olympic Games.

In the airport segment, CCR integrates the BH Airport, responsible for managing the Tancredo Neves International Airport (Confins), in Minas Gerais. It holds shareholding interest in international airport concessions abroad as well in Quito (Ecuador), San Jose (Costa Rica) and Curacao (Caribbean).

At the end of 2015, CCR maintained 3,284 km of highways under concession in Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Parana and Mato Grosso do Sul. The Anhanguera-Bandeirantes and the Presidente Dutra highways are part of these systems. It also manages concessionaires, CCR ViaLagos, CCR RodoNorte, CCR ViaOeste, CCR RodoAnel, CCR SPVias, CCR MSVia e Renovias, in which it holds 40% interest.

Social and environmental

In 2015, CCR joined the Corporate Sustainability Index (ISE) and the Ibovespa, in addition to joining the Efficient Carbon Index (ICO²), which aims to list the companies that adopt transparent practices regarding their emissions of greenhouse gases (GHE).

In the social sphere, the company has a number of programs aimed at encouraging culture and sports on the highways it operates. To improve the management of these programs, the company created in 2015 the Institute CCR.

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