Road Infrastructure: $20 Million Investment

In Honduras, the National Congress approved a decree that guarantees the investment of $20 million in a series of road infrastructure projects in the city of La Ceiba.

Thursday, February 6, 2020

The decree contemplates that the funds will be used to build the extension of "Calle 8" with two lanes starting from "La Amistad" Boulevard, connected to the street that leads to the Air Base, including a grade change that connects with the CA-13 highway, reported the National Congress.

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The official statement dated February 6 also states that "... the construction of the new bridge over the Danto River with a length of 120 meters and the repair of the bridge on the CA-13 highway over the same river."

The document concludes that "... The funds to carry out this investment will be lent to the Municipal Corporation of La Ceiba at zero percent interest by the INVEST-Honduras trust.

For this purpose, the Municipality of La Ceiba determined as a mechanism for the restitution of the investment, an exclusive contribution from the citizens of La Ceiba, which will be collected annually, through the payment of vehicle registration fees.

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