Ferrovial and Georgia Tech form long-term transport partnership
Transactions - OCTOBER 3, 2023

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Ferrovial and Georgia Tech form long-term transport partnership

by Kali Persall

Global infrastructure operator Ferrovial and the Georgia Institute of Technology have formed a long-term partnership focused on advancing innovation in transport infrastructure.

Ferrovial, through its highways business Cintra, operates five major managed lane projects across the United States. providing traffic congestion relief to some of the nation’s fastest-growing regions. Ferrovial's construction division currently manages several large highway construction projects. Ferrovial’s subsidiaries, Ferrovial Construction and Webber, have carried out infrastructure improvements in the state of Georgia to the tune of nearly $800 million.

Ferrovial has collaborated with Georgia Tech in research for several years. In addition to its expertise in traffic engineering, the institute has extensive research capabilities in construction, airports and energy. The new long-term partnership will allow for joint research activities, providing new educational and development oppor

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