Accessing Açu Port
Port of Açu will be linked to Brazil’s rail network through railways EF-118 and EF-354, both under studies by the federal government.

EF-354 will stretch from Anápolis (Goiás State) to Port of Açu, crossing Brasília (Federal District), Corinto, Conceição do Mato Dentro and Ipatinga (Minas Gerais State), and Campos dos Goytacazes (Rio de Janeiro State). This structure will connect Port of Açu with the Midwest and Southeast regions, creating a new export alternative for products such as grains, iron ore and steel.

EF-118 will link Port of Açu and Rio de Janeiro, crossing petrochemical complex COMPERJ, and from then on, through MRS, provide a connection with São Paulo and Minas Gerais. In its northern branch, EF-118 will connect Port of Açu and Vitória and, through EFVM, provide a connection with regions in Minas Gerais. Part of this railway already exists as EF-103 and its bed will be retrofitted, reducing investments needed for implementation.

Port of Açu will also have high-capacity road access through RJ-244, with direct connection with BR-101 and, from this highway, to Southeastern Brazil through BR-356, BR 116 and BR 040.

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