$22.5 Million Cable Car in Guatemala

Local authorities and private companies are to invest in the construction of a aerial tramway to the crater of the "Volcán de Agua" volcano.

Monday, September 27, 2010

The work is due to begin next January with the cable car seeking to connect the community of Santa María de Jesús with the crater of the perfectly shaped conical volcano, Volcán de Agua, where a hotel will also be built.

"The construction represents just the beginning of works in the region's Junajpú park, which includes the construction of a wind farm and the three star hotel," explained Sotero Chunuj, the community's mayor, to Prensa Libre.

Cross Oceans is the company managing the project.

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Authorities unveiled a proposed $50 million, 3 kilometer cable car transportation project in San Miguelito.

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Representative Raún Pineda, who presented the project, stated that it "could be financed using the $1 billion credit line granted by Brazil", reports newspaper La Estrella.

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A feasibility study ordered by the Municipality of Guatemala found that it is feasible to install an urban transport cable car system, which will be called AeroMetro.

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$ 45 Million Tourism Investment in Panama

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Four companies look to invest in the construction of a tourist project in the district of La Chorrera.

The project includes construction of a cable car which crosses a waterfall known as El Chorro, a hotel and a residential area.

District mayor, Javier Herrera, said two U.S. and two Venezuelan companies have already conducted inspections in the area.

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