It will connect the cities of La Hachadura and Pedro de Alvarado, an area where 60% of intraregional trade circulates.
From a press release by the Government of Panama:
The binational working table between El Salvador and Guatemala, responsible for Transport and Infrastructure matters, agreed to build a four-lane bridge at the border between Ciudad Pedro de Alvarado, Guatemala, and La Hachadura, El Salvador, with the aim of improving commercial traffic between the two countries.
The company TOPSA has pointed to the non payment of $4.7 million by the government as the reason for the suspension of works on extending the route between San Martin Jilotepeque in Chimaltenango, and Joyabaj in Quiché.
The suspension order received by TOPSA came from the company Consultora y Constructora Bea, S.A. which was hired to oversee the project for the Road Maintenance Unit (Covial) of the Ministry of Communications.
60 kilometers will be added to the Inter-departamental ring road, linking CA-9 North highway with CA-1.
Works should take 24 months, and will be paid with funds from Covial (Road Conservation Fund), explained Bryon Paiz, communications vice minister.
“Álvaro Mayorga, president of the Guatemalan Chamber of Construction (CGC), commented that this project will create jobs and provide opportunities for construction companies, which have been hardly hit by the crisis”, reported Prensalibre.com.
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