APRR: Turnover and traffic for the 4th quarter 2012

PR Newswire/Les Echos/ 
18th January 2013 
           APRR TURNOVER AND TRAFFIC FOR THE 4th QUARTER 2012 
4th QUARTER 2012 
Consolidated revenue  
in millions of euro               Q4 2011   Q4 2012   % change
Toll revenues                      452.9     452.7       0.0%
Revenue from retail facilities, 
telecommunications and other        16.1      17.1       6.0%
Revenue excluding Construction     469.0     469.8       0.2%
Construction revenue (IFRIC 12)*    60.4      76.0      25.8% 
Excluding Construction, APRR's consolidated revenue totalled EUR469.8 million in
the fourth quarter of 2012, an increase of 0.2% from EUR469.0 million in the
fourth quarter of 2011. 
Traffic 
in millions of kilometres travelled      Total network 
                                 Q4 2011  Q4 2012   % change
Light vehicles                         4,040   3,940      -2.5%
Heavy goods                              811     782      -3.6%
Total                                  4,851   4,722      -2.7% 
Overall traffic measured by the number of kilometres travelled decreased by 2.7%
year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2012. 
The 2.5% decrease in light vehicle traffic masks contrasting monthly
performances, with the timing of the Christmas school holidays leading to a
shift of traffic from December 2012 to January 2013. 
Heavy goods vehicle traffic continues to be impacted by the deterioration in the
economic environment and declined by 3.6% compared with the fourth quarter of
2011. 
FULL YEAR 2012 
Consolidated revenue 
in millions of euro                     2011     2012   % change
Toll revenues                         1,961.0  1,971.1     0.5%
Revenue from retail facilities, 
telecommunications and other             60.6     67.5    11.3%
Revenue excluding Construction        2,021.6  2,038.6     0.8%
Construction revenue (IFRIC 12)*        159.0    187.9    18.2% 
Excluding Construction, APRR's consolidated revenue totalled EUR2,038.6 million
for 2012, an increase of 0.8% from EUR2,02 1.6 million in 2011.
This increase was due to toll revenues, which account for 96.7% of total revenue
and increased by 0.5%, thanks to the tariff increase, and to other revenue
(retail facilities, telecommunications and other), which increased by 11.3%. 
Traffic 
in millions of kilometres travelled 
                                Total network         
                             2011   2012     % change
Light vehicles                 18,203  17,971      -1.3%
Heavy goods                     3,297   3,172      -3.8%
Total                          21,500  21,143      -1.7% 
Light vehicle traffic, which was affected notably by the unfavourable weather
conditions during the first half of 2012, declined by 1.3% compared with 2011,
with contrasting performances from one month to the next. 
Heavy goods vehicle traffic has been adversely impacted by the economic downturn
since the last quarter of 2011 and declined by 3.8% compared with 2011. 
(*) Reminder: the application of IFRIC 12 from 1 January 2009 requires the
recognition of revenue generated by construction activities, which corresponds
to infrastructure construction services performed by the concession operator for
the account of the concession grantor, this work being entrusted to third
parties and recognised using the percentage of completion method. 
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