Mexico

Puebla Elevated Bypass

  • Client: Government of the State of Puebla
  • Contract term:
    Aug.2014 - Oct.2046

Concession company: Libramiento Elevado de Puebla, S.A. de C.V.

Description of the concession

In August 2014, OHL México was awarded a concession to construct, exploit, operate, preserve and maintain the Puebla Elevated Bypass, for a 30-year term following the start-up of operations.

The toll road, covering a total length of 13.3 km with four lanes, is an elevated viaduct that runs along the Mexico-Puebla-Veracruz federal highway, between kilometer points 115 and 128, with three intermediate junctions and a mixed toll system.

 

Benefits for society

This new infrastructure solves the traffic congestion problems affecting the metropolitan area of the State’s capital city, benefiting more than 275,000 citizens.

The Elevated Viaduct in Puebla contribute to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by decreasing local traffic and considerably increasing average vehicle speed.

Infrastructure location