Road Infrastructure Not Growing at City's Pace
More and more people are moving to western Panama City; improved infrastructure is required for their transportation needs.
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
It is expected that the west of Panama City, where 400,000 people now live, will reach a population of one million within the next 10 years. The area has many residential projects underway and even an $80 million shopping center (Westeland Mall).
Nicaragua to improve traffic and safety conditions on the national road system with assistance from IDB
A $43.5 million credit line will help integrate different regions and promote economic and social development
The passing of Tropical Storm Tomas destroyed 25% of the nation's asphalt roads.
Five vehicular bridges will be built in the city of Tegucigalpa in areas of high traffic congestion.
The IDB has approved a loan to reduce vulnerability to floods and landslides in slums of the San Salvador Metropolitan Area.
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