Cintra, S.A. (Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte) is one of the largest private developers of transport infrastructure in the world. Its assets are fundamentally toll roads and car parks, in which it has a total investment of €16billion. Formerly traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange and part of the Spanish benchmark IBEX 35 stock index, Cintra was reacquired by its former owner Ferrovial in December 2009.
Cintra is an international operator of toll roads and car parks.
Cintra may also refer to:
- Cintra (ship), a ship that wrecked on Porthminster Beach
- Corporación Internacional de Transporte Aereo, the former parent company for Aeroméxico, Mexicana de Aviación and Aeroperú
People with the first name Cintra
- Cintra Wilson (21st century), American celebrity writer
People with the surname Cintra
- Adriano Cintra (born 1972), Brazilian multi-instrumentist and producer
- Luís Lindley Cintra (1925-1991), Portuguese linguist
- Sebastião da Silveira Cintra (1882-1942), Brazilian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
- Sousa Cintra (21st century), Portuguese businessman
Cintra is a historic home located at New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The house was built in 1824, and is a 2 1/2-story, "L"-shaped, stuccoed stone dwelling with a hipped roof. It has a central hub flanked by two identical wings, and is said to have been designed after a Portuguese palace.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.