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Infraestruturas de Portugal

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Infraestruturas de Portugal
Founded2015
HeadquartersLisbon, Portugal
Websitehttp://www.infraestruturasdeportugal.pt

Infraestruturas de Portugal, S.A. (IP) is a state-owned company which resulted from the merger of Rede Ferroviária Nacional (REFER) and Estradas de Portugal (EP). It manages the Portuguese rail and road infrastructure.[1]

Network

Road

Total length, as of January 2019: 15.253 km[2]

Main roads and motorways:[3]

  • Valença International Bridge, (IP1 variante de Valença)
  • IC28 (Ponte de Lima-Ponte da Barca)
  • VCI/IC23 (Via de Cintura Interna do Porto) with the Arrábida and Freixo bridges and (A20) access
  • EN1/IC2 (Porto-Lisboa)
  • Variante de Vilar Formoso (IP5)
  • IP3 (Coimbra-Viseu)
  • IC6 (IP3-Tábua)
  • IC12 (Santa Comba Dão-Canas de Senhorim)
  • A23 (section Torres Novas-Abrantes)
  • IP6 no Alto Alentejo (Fratel-Estremoz)
  • IP6 (Peniche-Óbidos)
  • IC13 (Portalegre-Alter do Chão)
  • Salgueiro Maia Cridge e acessos (IC10)
  • Eixo Norte-Sul
  • IC16 (Radial da Pontinha)
  • CRIL/IC17 (Circular Regional Interna de Lisboa)
  • IC19 (Radial de Sintra)
  • IC22 (Radial de Odivelas)
  • IC1 (section Grândola-Albufeira)
  • IC27 (Alcoutim-Castro Marim)
  • Guadiana International Bridge

Rail

Total length, as of January 2019: 2.562 km[2][4]

Lines

Main railway stations

Border stations

  • Valença
  • Vilar Formoso
  • Elvas

Junction stations

  • Nine
  • Lousado
  • Ermesinde
  • Pampilhosa
  • Alfarelos
  • Bifurcação de Lares
  • Lamarosa
  • Entroncamento
  • Abrantes
  • Mira Sintra-Meleças
  • Alcântara-Terra
  • Pinhal Novo
  • Casa Branca
  • Tunes

Metre-gauge stations

  • Mirandela
  • Espinho-Vouga
  • Sernada do Vouga
  • Águeda

References

  1. ^ Suspiro, Ana (1 June 2015). "Fusão Estradas de Portugal/Refer. O gigante público das infraestruturas em números". Observador (in Portuguese). Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Sobre Nós". www.infraestruturasdeportugal.pt (in Portuguese). Infraestruturas de Portugal. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  3. ^ "Plano Rodoviário Nacional" (PDF) (in Portuguese). 16 August 2003. Retrieved 14 January 2019. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  4. ^ "2019 Network Statement" (PDF). 7 December 2018. Retrieved 14 January 2019. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
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