VINCI Autoroutes operates 4,386 km of motorways in France – the biggest motorway network under concession in Europe – and carries over 2 million customers a day. The network is managed by four concession operating companies: ASF, Cofiroute, Escota and Arcour.
VINCI Autoroutes has invested around €9 billion in the construction, widening and improvement of its infrastructure since 2006.
The company’s employees are inspired by its service contract to continuously improve the quality of customer service.
VINCI Autoroutes turned in sound results thanks to traffic growth on its networks and constant efforts to optimise its operational performance.
As part of the motorway stimulus plan signed in 2015, the company will invest €2 billion in road widening and improving the environmental performance of its networks. Its innovation policy is opening the way to new connected mobility services.
VINCI Autoroutes’ competitive position
Motorway networks under concession in Europe (in km)
VINCI Autoroutes is expecting light- and heavy--vehicle traffic to continue growing in 2016, but more slowly than in 2015. There should nevertheless be an increase in the business line’s revenue of about the same magnitude as in 2015, taking into account the new tariff arrangements applicable from 1 February 2016.
With the contractual framework stabilised by the agreement of 9 April 2015, VINCI Autoroutes will continue to invest in improving its networks, with new upgrades under the motorway stimulus plan as well as those included in the current master plans. Unwavering efforts to optimise motorway operation and improve the quality of services for users should maintain operating income at a good level.
In parallel, exchanging expertise and accelerating the synergies between VINCI Autoroutes and VINCI Highways will help to improve the operational performance of motorway concessions outside France.
€2,352m Operating profit
from ordinary activities
€1,100m Net profit attributable to equity holders of the parent