CCR, the Brazilian infrastructure company Companhia de Concessoes Rodovi�rias ($CCR) discussing taking part in subway line bids in both Colombia and Peru, said Leonardo Vianna, the company’s vice-president for mobility.
CCR had the winning bid to operate two subway lines in São Paulo, Brazil, earlier today. Vianna said that the city holds “many opportunities for the private sector. We are studying to take part in the tenders of lines 8 and 9 of the subway, the line 13 of urban trains, which will connect to the Guarulhos airport, and the line 15, also in the monorail,” said Vianna.
Corruption allegation that arises, particularly related to line 5 and 17 of the Sao Paulo subway are not going to alter the company’s confidence. “Any possible complaint will not affect the consortium, only those involved in the construction. We’ve just come in,” he said.