MADRID, June 26 (Reuters) - A consortium led by Spanish construction company ACS ACS.MC and its U.S. partner Zachry American Infrastructure has won a $30 billion deal to build and run roads and railways for 50 years in the U.S. state of Texas, ACS said on Thursday.
ACS beat out Spanish rival Ferrovial FER.MC -- which has already won another concession in Texas -- to build 1,000 km (620 miles) of infrastructure.
ACS said it would invest $5 billion in the so-called I-69/TTC project in the next seven years.
Earlier this month, a consortium led by Spanish services company Acciona ANA.MC won a 1 billion euro ($1.57 billion) deal to build and run part of the A-30 toll road that links the Canadian city Montreal with the U.S. border. (Reporting by Carlos Ruano; Writing by Martin Roberts; Editing by John Wallace)
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