Rodovia Fernão Dias

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Rodovia Fernão Dias
Rodovia Fernão Dias
The Fernão Dias highway near the border between the states of São Paulo and Minas Gerais.
Route information
Maintained by Autopista Fernão Dias (OHL) (since 2008)
Length: 562.1 km (349.3 mi)
Existed: 1959 (duplication made to a Dual carriageway in 2005) – present
Major junctions
North end: Avenida Cardeal Eugênio Pacelli in Contagem, MG
South end: Avenida Educador Paulo Freire in Vila Maria, São Paulo, SP
Highway system
Highways in Brazil

The Rodovia Fernão Dias (official designation BR-381 or SP-010 in the state of São Paulo) is a federal highway which runs in the Brazilian states of São Paulo and southern region of Minas Gerais. In Atibaia, the Fernão Dias highway intersects the Dom Pedro I highway, which runs from Campinas to Jacareí.

The highway is thus named in honour of Fernão Dias Paes Leme, a Brazilian explorer and "bandeirante" of the 17th century. It is 562.1 km long.

Major cities cut by the BR-381[edit]

São Paulo[edit]

Minas Gerais[edit]

Location of the toll plazas[edit]

The Fernão Dias highway near the city of Atibaia.

São Paulo[edit]

Minas Gerais[edit]

Note: All squares are bidirectional.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

  • BR-381. Ministry of Transportation.