Rodovia Brigadeiro Faria Lima

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Rodovia Brigadeiro Faria Lima
Route information
Maintained by Tebe
Major junctions
South end: Bebedouro, SP
North end: Barretos, SP
Highway system
Highways in Brazil

Rodovia Brigadeiro Faria Lima (official designation SP-326) is a highway in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

SP-326 is a full four-lane highway connecting the cities of Bebedouro and Barretos, serving also the city of Colina, and runs in the Southeast to Northeast direction. It is managed and maintained through a state concession to the private company Tebe and therefore is a toll road. The highway is named in honor of a former Air Force brigadier and celebrated mayor of the city of São Paulo from 1965 to 1969, José Vicente de Faria Lima.

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