Panama: Roadworks in Chiriquí Announced

Feasibility studies are being prepared for the extension of 30 kilometers of road from Bugaba - Volcan, and the construction of storm gutters to enable works on other streets.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

In the case of the construction of storm gutters, the head of Public Works, Ramon Arosemena said that from this work they will be able to "... make way for the authorization of new streets and avenues in the district of David. This work will cost approximately $100 million. "

The government also reported the start of the feasibility studies for the design and construction of the Bugaba-Volcan highway to four lanes. It is estimated that the extension of this route will cover 30 kilometers. "





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