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The Pedemontana-Veneta Toll Road: a strategic asset in Italy

We are improving connections in the Veneto region with a planned investment of 2.6 billion euros

Italy  Pedemontana Veneta

The Pedemontana-Veneta toll road is one of the most important infrastructure projects in Italy. It is also one of the biggest projects in our portfolio there, with a planned investment of 2.6 billion euros. 
The company Superstrada Pedemontana Veneta is in charge of designing, building, financing, running, and maintaining the toll road for a period of 39 years following completion of construction. 
This project involved building 162 km of road. 94 km of the main road that will link 34 municipalities and the industrial area of Vicenza and Treviso. The remaining 68 km are for secondary access roads. This road will also include two tunnels - the Malo tunnel (6 km) and the S. Urbano tunnel (1.5 km) - and eight viaducts. 
The infrastructure guarantees the high demand for mobility in the most industrialized area of the Veneto region, with close to half a million companies and 4.9 million inhabitants. 



Total investment in the project



Newly built road




Sustainable project

The highway’s environmental impact is minimal, given that 70% of the route runs through a trench or tunnel. It presents no visual disruption or noise, nor does it constitute a barrier since it is virtually invisible from preexisting roads, services, canals, and wildlife areas.

The project was designed and built using the latest innovations in safety, technology, and sustainability, including Sacyr’s Iohnic lighting system and sound-absorbing, antiaquaplaning, photocatalytic asphalt (which attracts contaminating particles and, in conjunction with light, oxidizes nitrates and carbonates).

In addition, the colors of the trench walls vary according to municipality, making it easier for drivers to orient themselves. Pedemontana has transparent noise barriers so as not to reduce the visibility or illumination of the platform.

Pedemontana-Veneta (Italy)

Award-winning financing

The Pedemontana-Veneta toll road is part of the European TEN-T network. It is considered a nationally significant strategic asset on account of its location between the existing A4 and A27 toll roads, crossing the Veneto Region and passing through the provinces of Vicenza and Treviso. The construction of this toll road was financed by means of the largest bond issue in Europe for a greenfield project, to the tune of 1.571 billion euros. The issue has been awarded four international prizes.

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  • Italy

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