~ Ferrovial, a global infrastructure operator, and the Georgia Institute of Technology have announced a long-term partnership to advance innovation in transport infrastructure. The agreement was signed at the university's campus in Atlanta.

The partnership will provide new educational and development opportunities for students and enable Ferrovial to create a more sustainable future for mobility. Andres Sacristan, CEO of Cintra Global, said: "Ferrovial understands our industry must remain agile as transportation continues to evolve. By partnering with universities like Georgia Tech, we can continue to improve the traveler experience and better serve our clients by providing new mobility solutions."

Ferrovial has collaborated with Georgia Tech in research for several years, leveraging its talent in traffic engineering, construction, airports and energy. Ángel Cabrera, president of Georgia Tech said: "We are proud to partner with Ferrovial to drive the future of transportation and mobility, which will bring valuable technological innovation and knowledge transfer to our state."

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Ferrovial operates five major managed lane projects across the U.S., providing traffic congestion relief to some of the nation's fastest growing regions. Its construction division currently manages several large highway construction projects including the Transform 285/400 highway improvement project in Atlanta. Subsidiaries Ferrovial Construction and Webber have carried out infrastructure improvements in the state of Georgia that amount to nearly $800 million. Ferrovial Airports is a leading airport investor and operator with key investments in the U.S., while its vertiports business aims to design, build and operate the infrastructure required by eVTOL (electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing) aircraft.

Sacristan concluded: "Aligning with Georgia Tech reinforces Ferrovial's commitment to sustainably advancing mobility, enhancing safety, and connecting communities in Georgia, the United States and beyond."

The long-term partnership between Ferrovial and Georgia Institute of Technology is set to bring about significant advances in transport infrastructure through joint research activities that will benefit students as well as create a more sustainable future for mobility.
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