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In Florianópolis, Brazil’s largest highway project began in 2010 and is now scheduled for completion 13 years later

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's largest ongoing road infrastructure project is located in the prosperous and economically booming state of Santa Catarina in the south of the country.

It is a bypass, that involves the access roads connecting the BR-101 highway with the continental metropolitan region of Florianópolis, the state capital.

The 50 kilometers of road works include four double tunnels and more than 30 bridges, viaducts, connecting roads, and level crossings. The work passes through the cities of Palhoça, Biguaçu and São José. The cost amounts to R$3.7 billion (US$725 . . .

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