Next to Viracopos International Airport, one of the country´s largest ones, with South America´s largest cargo center, and easy access through the wide highway network that covers the regions.
Bandeirantes Highway: it connects São Paulo Metropolitan Region and the state countryside. Along with Anhanguera/BR-050, it reaches Triângulo Mineiro and Brasília. Along with Rodoanel, it also reaches the country´s southern region and vehicles originated from Régis Bittencourt, as part of Ribeira Valley and Curitiba. Yet through the same highway system, it connects to São Paulo seashore and Santos Port.
Santos Dumont Highway: it connects the regions of Indaiatuba, Itu, Sorocaba and vehicles originated from Castelo Branco Highway. Part of Ribeira Valley can also use this section.
D. Pedro I Highway: it connects the region to Dutra, Fernão Dias and Campinas-Mogi Mirim highways, enabling vehicle flow originated from Paraíba Valley, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Valinhos and Mogi Mirim.