Costa Rica: $450 million for Road and Port Construction

A loan has been approved by the Inter-American Development Bank and the Fund for Chinese Cofinancing to repair roads and build bridges in different parts of the country and carry out port works in the Pacific.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Ministers approved, on its second reading, a loan which will finance the Transportation Infrastructure Program (PIT by its initials in Spanish), which will be used to repair roads and make other improvements to road infrastructure mainly in the northern and central Pacific parts of the country.

Gerardo Vargas Rojas told Crhoy.com that "... It will finance, among other projects, the three terminals of the Gulf of Nicoya Ferry, the Caldera Breakwater, the expansion to four lanes of the Canyon-Limonal road and the asphalting of the Playa Naranjo-Paquera road, all these areas have been abandoned. "

Congressman Javier Cambronero Arguedas, added that "... From this proposed improvement to the road network there will be a positive impact in the provinces, especially in depressed areas, such as the peninsula and the northern border with Nicaragua. "



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