Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon

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Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon
Map of the route of Marechal Cândido Rondon Highway (in red)
Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon
A view of Rodovia Marechal Rondon near São Manuel
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Roads of the State of São Paulo (DER), Rodovias das Colinas, Rodovias do Tietê, Via Rondon and BR Vias
Length: 558 km (347 mi)
Major junctions
East end: Av. Primo Schincariol in Itu, SP
  SP-075.svg SP-75 - Archimedes Lammoglia
SP-097.svg SP-97 - Antonio Pires de Almeida
SP-129.svg SP-129 - Vicente Palma
SP-113.svg SP-113 - João José Rodrigues
SP-127.svg SP-127 - Antonio R. Schincariol
SP-143.svg SP-143 - Floriano de C. Barros
SP-147.svg SP-147 - Lázaro Campos/Samuel Neves
SP-209.svg SP-209 - João Hipólito Martins
SP-191.svg SP-191 - Geraldo de Barros
SP-251.svg SP-251 - Chico Landi
SP-255.svg SP-255 - João Mellão
SP-261.svg SP-261 - Osni Mateus
SP-225.svg SP-225 - João Renno
SP-321.png SP-321 - Cezario José de Castilho
SP-294.svg SP-294 - João R. de Barros
SP-331.png SP-331 - Hilario Spuri Jorge
SP-333.png SP-333 - Dona Leonor Mendes de Barros
SP-381.png SP-381 - David Eid
BR-153.svg BR-153 - Transbrasiliana
SP-419.png SP-419 - Raul Forchero Casasco
SP-425.png SP-425 - Assis Chateaubriand
SP-461.png SP-461 - Gabriel Melhado
SP-463.png SP-463 - Elyeser Magalhães
SP-541.png SP-541 - Plácido Rocha
SP-563.png SP-563 - Euclides Figueiredo
SP-595.png SP-595 - Gerson Dourado
West end: BR-262 in Castilho, SP
Highway system
Highways in Brazil

Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon (officially designated SP-300) is a highway in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

It is one of the most recent highways of the state, and connects several cities, running in the North-Northwest direction, starting in Jundiai and serving the cities of Itu, Porto Feliz, Tietê, Laranjal Paulista, Conchas, Botucatu, São Manuel, Areiópolis, Lençois Paulista, Agudos, Bauru, Avaí, Lins, Penápolis, Birigui, Araçatuba, Andradina and Três Lagoas, until it reaches the border with the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, by the Paraná River. It is the second longest highway in São Paulo, with 620 km.

It was named after Brazilian hero and protector of Indians Marshal Cândido Rondon.

The highway is managed and maintained by the Department of Roads of the State of São Paulo (DER), Rodovias das Colinas, Rodovias do Tietê, Via Rondon and BR Vias. Toll is not required.

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