The process will include public forums in Panama City.
The process began after the National Environmental Authority (ANAM), through resolution 142-1911-10, admitted that project EIA Line 1 meets minimum requirements.
Public consultation will last for 20 working days from the last publication in national newspapers and municipal publications directly related to the project, according to Decree 123 of August 14, 2009.
During this period of time, the document will be available for public consultation in the offices of the Metropolitan Government of ANAM in Panama City and the Documentation Center of this institution located in Albrook, Building No. 804. Hours of operation will be 9:00 to 15:00 (9:00 am to 3:00 pm). In addition, a digital version is available on the following website:
The Metro Line 1 project in Panama is the establishment of a modern system of electric transportation rails, with an approximate length of 13.7 km, distance which should be covered in approximately 25 minutes and with an initial capacity to mobilize 15.000 passengers per hour, round trip.
The Greater Panama company announced it has set a December deadline to cancel the project.
The real estate project, developed by Panama Investment and Development Corp., located in La Chorrera, has not received final approval from the National Environmental Authority (ANAM) for its Environmental Impact Study.
An announcement has been made for a contract with a consulting firm to conduct the environmental impact study for line 2 of the Panama Metro.
The Panamanian government and the Development Bank of Latin America announced a tender for a contract with a consulting firm to conduct an environmental impact assessment (EIA) for line 2 of the Panama Metro.
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