Tender for Metropolitan Transport System

The Ministry of Public Works in El Salvador has announced a tender for the construction of the first section of the Metropolitan Transit System, for about $10 million.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Viceminister Nelson Garcia said that this stage will consist of 3.3 kilometers of streets with dedicated lanes for articulated buses.

The stretch will run from Soyapango terminal to Avenida Norte 33, and will have three stops.

"García said that the new transport system is expected to be finished by December 2013", published diariocolatino.com.



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