$21 Million Approved for Road Works

The General Comptroller of Costa Rica partially approved the $20.7 million trust fund for the San José-San Ramón road corridor.

Monday, October 22, 2018

In a document published on the General Comptroller website on October 10th of this year, it was reported that the approval is given to the trust fund for this road work that consists of the modernization of a 60 kilometer stretch of road between San Jose and San Ramon.

The document details that "The partial approval of this initial budget for the 2018 period is based on the documentation provided and, on the certifications, submitted by that Trust Fund in accordance with the established in regulation 4.2.14 of the NTPP; thus, the authenticity of its content is the exclusive responsibility of the officials who subscribed them."

"The analysis carried out by this Comptroller was based on the fulfillment of the requirements established in the current legal regulations, which establish the preparation and content of the plan-budget of the Trust of the San José San Ramón Road Corridor and its highways. In this regard, this General Comptroller partially approves the initial budget for 2018 for the total of ₡,369.6 million."

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