BR-287

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BR-287
Rodovia da Integração[1]
Highway of Integration
Route information
Length: 536.90 km[2] (333.61 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Canoas, RS
  Rs-244 rs.png RS-244 in Venâncio Aires, RS
BR-471.png BR-471 in Santa Cruz do Sul, RS
Rs-410 shield.png RS-410 in Candelária, RS
BR-481.png BR-481 in Novo Cabrais, RS
BR-158 in Santa Maria, RS
Rs-241 shield.png RS-241 in São Vicente do Sul, RS
BR-377.png BR-377 in Santiago, RS
East end: São Borja, Rio Grande do Sul
Highway system
Highways in Brazil

The BR-287 is a 536.9 km-long[3] federal highway across the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul, also known as the Highway of Integration.[4]

It starts in the Region of Porto Alegre, traverses the Center Eastern and Central West, and ends in the Southwest region. It crosses the main tobacco-producing region of the country, in the cities of Santa Cruz do Sul and Venancio Aires, where there are many tobacco manufacturers and distributors, including Universal Leaf Tobacco, Philip Morris, Souza Cruz, Associated Tobacco Company and Alliance One.

Cities along the highway within the Paleorrota Geopark

References[edit]

  1. ^ Legislação Informatizada - Lei nº 7.003, de 24 de Junho de 1982 - Publicação Original (in Portuguese), Câmara dos Deputados, retrieved 24 August 2014 
  2. ^ "BR-287 length between major junctions". Ministério dos Transportes do Brasil. Retrieved August 14, 2014. 
  3. ^ BR 287
  4. ^ BR 287

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