National Route A009 (Argentina)
|National Route A009|
|Ruta Nacional A009|
|Length:||12 km (7 mi)|
|E end:||Puerto Reconquista|
|Highways in Argentina|
National Route A009 is a highway in the northeast of Santa Fe Province, Argentina. It has a length of 12 km (7 mi) joining Puerto Reconquista on the east side of the Paraná River with National Route 11 at km marker 787, in the city of Reconquista, in General Obligado Department.
In 1990 the most travelled national roads were offered as concessions with toll-collection rights, in public bids, dividing them in areas calles "Corredores Viales" (Road Corridors). In the same year, the Servicios Viales company won the maintenance and administration contact for Corredor Vial 8, which includes this road.
In 2003 the contracts expired so a new round of public bidding was called for the concessions of the Corredores Viales. The numbering system was changed and a contract was signed with the Vial company for the newly renumberred Corredor Vial 3.
- (Spanish) Organo de Control de Concesiones Viales
- (Spanish) Resolución 26/2003 de la Comisión de Renegociación de Contratos de Obras y Servicios Públicos
- (Spanish) Corredores Viales Nacionales - OCCOVI
- This article incorporates information from the revision as of August 2007 of the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.
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