Costa Rica to Construct New Road to Limon

Feasibility studies have been completed showing the probable new route from the capital to the Caribbean coast.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The study carried out by Costa Rica's state-owned electricity and telecommunications provider (ICE) analysed various options.

The Minister for Transport, Francisco Jiménez, told La Prensa Libre that, "the most likely option is the one shown since it is the least costly".

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Costa Rica: Road Construction to Limón Delayed

July 2017

The Chinese company in charge of the project will start construction work in the second half of 2018, and not in September of this year, as originally planned.

The delay is due to the fact that the Costa Rican State has not yet completed all of the necessary procedures to begin the project. There are up to 1,000 expropriations pending settlement, an archaeological study is still pending and there is still no plan to relocate public services such as water, electricity and internet cables.

Alternative Financing for Road in Costa Rica

December 2013

The delay in the approval of the Chinese loan for the construction of the road to Limón suggests the need to consider other options.

The Government of China has set December 31 as the deadline to maintain the conditions of $395 million loan offered to build the road to Limon, but the Legislature could take up to April 30, 2014 to discuss it.

Costa Rica: Eleven Companies Bidding on Road Building

August 2011

Proposals to build a 50.6 km expansion of the Inter-American highway range between $75 and $182 million.

The National Roads Authority (Conavi), received 11 bids for the expansion and rehabilitation of national road No. 1, North American highway, for the stretch Cañas-Liberia.

Honduras: $ 50 Million in Infrastructure

February 2011

In a few days the construction of the highway between the cities of Colón and Olancho will begin.

The announcement was made by authorities from the Ministry of Public Works, Transportation and Housing (Soptravi).

The project is part of the agricultural corridor and is funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

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