Honduras: $ 50 Million in Infrastructure

In a few days the construction of the highway between the cities of Colón and Olancho will begin.

Monday, February 14, 2011

The announcement was made by authorities from the Ministry of Public Works, Transportation and Housing (Soptravi).

The project is part of the agricultural corridor and is funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

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Costa Rica: Eleven Companies Bidding on Road Building

August 2011

Proposals to build a 50.6 km expansion of the Inter-American highway range between $75 and $182 million.

The National Roads Authority (Conavi), received 11 bids for the expansion and rehabilitation of national road No. 1, North American highway, for the stretch Cañas-Liberia.

Honduras Announces $400 Million Infrastructure Investment

April 2011

The country's Public Works Secretariat has announced investment in projects such as the "agricultural corridor", the "central highway" and the "capital ring road".

Miguel Pastor, head of the Honduran public works authority, stated that between $300 and $400 million will go toward infrastructure projects, financed by loans from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), though these are yet to be confirmed.

World Bank to Fund Infrastructure Construction in Honduras

April 2011

The institution will invite bids for the construction of the central highway and the road known as "agricultural corridor".

The World Bank has authorized the Honduran Government to proceed with the tender to build the central highway, which will link the departments of Francisco Morazán with Yoro, explained Miguel Pastor, head of the Public Works Ministry.

$110 Million for Road Infrastructure in Honduras

April 2010

After meeting with President Porfirio Lobo, World Bank authorities announced loans for building and repairing the country’s roads.

These resources are in addition to others by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI). In total $400 million are available for road infrastructure, explained Miguel Pastor, transport minister.

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