Government of SP inspects works in the Metropolitan Region and in Sorocaba


This Tuesday (28), the Secretary of Investment Partnerships, Rafael Benini, visited the construction work of a bridge over the Tietê River in Rodovia Presidente Castello Branco (SP-280), km 15.8, with Avenida Fuad Auada, in Osasco, where the new road leads to the city. The investment was R$232 million, which created more than 6,000 direct and indirect jobs.

“Today, we will see the first kiss at work, and there will be two more in December. We hope to deliver this project in March next year to improve mobility and access to Osasco, said Benini.

In the western express lane, widen the road near the exit needle for the marginal road. This will increase the capacity of the highway and bring more safety and smoother traffic to Osasco.

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Afterwards, the secretary went to Barueri, where he saw the works to widen the SP-280 marginal roads between km 22.5 and 27, where a new additional lane will begin, which will reach km 31.6. The amount invested is more than R$815 million. There are 21 thousand direct and indirect jobs. Delivery is expected in February 2024.

The road works include 4.5 kilometers of marginal road and 4.6 kilometers of additional lanes in the westbound lane. Among the planned interventions are the implementation of containments to stabilize the local terrain, vertical and horizontal signage, security elements such as metal fenders and rigid barriers, and a surface drainage system. The project also envisages the implementation of bridges, viaducts, and roads and the renewal of interchanges in Barueri and Alphaville.

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The duplication of work will bring greater safety and fluidity to highway travelers, reducing travel time and making access to the municipality safer.


In the interior of the state, Rafael Benini inspected the works on the Raposo Tavares Highway (SP-270), between the towns of Mairinque and Sorocaba, which will be doubled between km 67 and km 86.9, including access devices and return. The investment is more than R$140 million, with 2,500 direct jobs.

The project has complete infrastructure: earthworks, implementation of containment structures, paving, current works, drainage, security elements, horizontal and vertical signage, and plant cover.

The project also envisages the canalization of Córrego do Varjão between km 67 and 71, in addition to 20 km of doubling, the implementation of contents for the stability of the terrain, a pedestrian walkway, and a surface drainage system.

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