Austin, Texas — The following may be attributed to Patrick Rhode, U.S. Vice President of Corporate Affairs for Cintra US and spokesperson for Ferrovial US regarding Public Works Financing’s ranking of Ferrovial-Cintra as the world’s top investor in transportation infrastructure. The statement is as follows:
“We are honored that Public Works Financing has ranked Ferrovial-Cintra the world’s number one transportation developer by invested capital. This is a testament not only to our global experience, but also to the visionary U.S. state and local leaders with whom we are proud to work. Thanks to our public-private projects in the United States, we and our partners are delivering needed roadways years sooner and at vastly reduced public costs while supporting local job creation and economic growth.”
Recognized as an international powerhouse, Ferrovial, through its four business lines – Services, Highways, Construction and Airports – owns, operates and manages major infrastructure assets, including London's Heathrow Airport and several other major airports in the United Kingdom. Ferrovial is the world's leading private investor in transportation infrastructures, with a workforce of approximately 70,000 employees and operations in more than 15 countries. Ferrovial manages key assets such as Canada's 407 ETR highway and also provides municipal services to more than 800 cities and towns in Spain, Portugal and United Kingdom. The Company is listed in the Madrid Stock Exchange and is included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability, FTSE4Good and Ethibel indices. Public Works Financing has named Ferrovial the world’s leading investor in transportation infrastructure.
About Cintra US
Based in Austin, Texas, Cintra US is the American arm of Cintra, a subsidiary of Madrid-based Ferrovial. Cintra is one of the leading private-sector transportation infrastructure companies in the world with experience spanning more than 40 years of innovative highway development on three continents. Today its portfolio includes more than 1,000 miles of managed highways worldwide, representing a total global investment in traffic congestion improvements of more than $20 billion. In the United States, Cintra US manages roadway projects in the Midwest and Southwest.