Consórcio HFTS Jade, a consortium made up of Brazilian infrastructure firms Heleno & Fonseca Construtécnica S.A., Trail Infraestrutura Ltda. and Spavias Engenharia Ltda., won a contract to carry out stages one and three of São Paulo state's No. 13 (jade) rail line, also known as Expresso Guarulhos, connecting São Paulo city to Guarulhos international airport. The line will start at the Engenheiro Goulart station on line No. 12 in the Tatuapé neighborhood of the state capital, and end at the airport's Cumbica terminal. Expresso Guarulhos will cut travel time between the two points by nearly half to about 28 minutes. Passenger demand is expected to be approximately 120,000/d.