Transversal highway: The Catalonia Trans-European Corridor

Widening of the Transversal Axis was made possible thanks to the public-private agreement model: Cedinsa put its capacity to attract investment and its technical and managerial excellence at the Government’s service to successfully undertake a project of great public interest. In 2010 Cedinsa was awarded the  European Shadow Toll Deals of the year granted by Euromoney for the financing of Eix Transversal.

778 million euros

Initial investment

100 million euros

Own capital

254,2 million euros

Generalitat contribution

520,2 million euros

Bank financing

Works Executed

The great technical complexity of the widening, which reuses practically all the original roadway, was resolved by Cedinsa without negatively affecting the environment or the road users – who did not suffer interruptions of the service – and the works were completed seven months ahead of schedule.

141,9 km

of widening the existing road to a dual carriageway

5,5 km

starting from scratch

43

viaducts constructed

17

tunnels and cut-and-covers built (5,463 m)

8 Mm³

of embankment

7 Mm³

of levelling

800.000

of asphalt

1,2 MT

of aggregate

Infrastructure in service

The Transversal Axis is now a consolidated generator of synergies between traditionally unrelated regions in addition to achieving a 90% reduction in the accident rate.

152 km

of highway

312

structures

31

tunnels and cut-and-covers (10,071 m)

114

retaining walls

37

interchanges and semi-directional interchanges

A motorway that respects the lanscape because it is already port of it

  • Cedinsa self-imposed the highest standards of respect for the natural surroundings that the Corridor transits. We minimised the negative effects of the works by using local people and resources, integrated the infrastructure into the landscape and respecting the flora and fauna and contributing to enhancing the conservation of the historical heritage.
  • Environmental management was transversally integrated into construction management processes with special attention to restoration of all the landfills and borrow sites that were required during execution of the works.
  • 8 ecoducts were built. The use of cut-and-cover tunnels to restore the land and enable the wildlife transit.
  • The transversal drainage works are oversized to enable the transit of fauna.
  • The slopes have been treated with hydroseeding.
  • Green and rockfill retaining walls have been built to enhance integration with the environment.
  • Exhaustive monitoring of all the excavations carried out.
  • The archaeological site of Sant Amanç was preserved by separating the carriageways.
  • 570 structures have been documented In the Quert forest associated with late antiquity and Postcardial Neolithic silos and pits.
  • An agreement was entered into with the Department of Culture to improve the cultural assets of the country.

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