Preparations are being made for a tender to be launched in April for the design and construction of production roads from El Pepino - Ciricito - Los Cedros del Lago - El Congo, in the province of Colon.
The Legislature has approved a loan with the Official Credit Institute of Spain for a road improvement program nationwide.
From a statement issued by the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador:
During the plenary session on Thursday, representatives, authorized the Executive Branch in the Field of Finance, to sign a loan agreement in the amount of up to thirty million dollars (US $30,000,000.00), which will be used to implement projects that will improve the conditions of rural road infrastructure nationwide, prioritizing areas that have a the greatest potential for productive development.
The government has announced that it will be obtaining a loan from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration to rebuild 97 miles of roads and trails that connect with the Caribbean.
In order to improve links with the Caribbean, roads will be paved with reinforced concrete, stretching 44.6 kilometers from the town of Mulukukú to Siuna and 52.5 kilometers between the towns of Rama, Kukra Hill and the Junction of Laguna de Perlas.
The National Authority for the Administration of Land in Panama will be contracting services for the regularization of rural areas in several provinces.
Services for the regularization of rural areas in the provinces of Chiriqui, Bocas del Toro and Veraguas, Azuero Peninsula (provinces of Herrera, Los Santos and Veraguas), and urban and rural areas in the districts of La Chorrera and Arraiján in the Province of Panama.
Nicaragua's National Assembly has approved a loan to be used to finance a Project for the Improvement of Rural Road Infrastructure.
From the press release from the National Assembly of Nicaragua:
The plenary of the National Assembly approved the February 23rd, a loan agreement between the Government of Nicaragua and the International Development Association (IDA) at the World Bank, amounting to 35 million dollars in order to finance a rural road infrastructure improvement project.
The World Bank loan will help improve the country’s rural road infrastructure.
From the World Bank press release:
The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a project for $35 million that will help improve the infrastructure of rural roads in Nicaragua and will benefit about 75,000 people, of whom just over half are women.
The Road Maintenance Fund will invest $37.3 million to attend to 3350 km of roads and highways nationwide during 2012.
A press release by the Road Maintenance Fund (FOMAV) reads:
With the aim of stating work in January next year, the institution is currently developing the first National Public Tender Process, consisting of 940 km of roads and highways with an investment of 307 million cordobas ($13,4 millon) to be used on construction works and supervision services.
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