Rodovia Assis Chateaubriand

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Rodovia Assis Chateaubriand
Map of the itinerary of Assis Chateubriand Highway (in red)
Route information
Maintained by the Department of Roads of the State of São Paulo (DER)
Length: 499 km (310 mi)
Major junctions
East end: Miguelópolis, SP
  BR-153.svg Rodovia Transbrasiliana
SP-300.png Rodovia Marechal Cândido Rondon
West end: Pirapozinho, SP
Highway system
Highways in Brazil

Rodovia Assis Chateubriand (officially designated SP-425) is a highway in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. Its name honours the Brazilian journalist and press tycoon, Assis Chateaubriand, owner of Diários Associados.

The highway, which is single-lane in most of its length, crosses the state in the Northeast-West direction. Starts in the city of Miguelópolis and pass through Barretos, Olímpia and São José do Rio Preto, where it interconnects with the Rodovia Transbrasiliana (BR-153). The traject continues to Presidente Prudente, passing through Penápolis and Martinópolis.

It is managed and maintained by the Department of Roads of the State of São Paulo. Toll is not required.

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