Traductor
Units converter
Advertising
Quotes on line
2015 CONEXPO LATINAMERICA
2015 World Crane and Transport Summit
2014 International Cranes and Transport Latin America
World of Concrete 2015


   Search News
RSS
Garcia opens US$32.4mn Cerro Azul-Chincha highway (Peru)
2011-01-05
Peru's President Alan Garcia has officially opened the Cerro Azul-Chincha Baja highway in southern Lima region, the presidential website reported.

 

The route includes 20.3km of double-lane highway, a 241m bridge over the Cañete river and overpasses, which required a total investment of US$32.4mn.

 

The highway will improve access to Pisco airport, as well as directly benefit 200,000 residents in Cañete province, Garcia said at the inauguration.

 

The highway section is part of the 222km Red Vial 6 road network, which is divided into six sections and forms part of the Panamericana highway.

 

Work on the stretch was carried out by concessionaire CoviPeru, a subsidiary of Ecuador's Hidalgo & Hidalgo. The firm was awarded the 30-year Red Vial 6 concession in 2005.


Send this publication to a friend




More news
Shakeup at Ferrobaires over February accident (Argentina)
Argentina's Buenos Aires provincial government has replaced several high-ranking officials at state-owned rail operator Ferrobaires following a rail accident in February this year. ...
Paraíba pushing to speed up PAC projects (Brazil)
Brazil's federal and Paraíba state governments are discussing projects under the country's growth acceleration plan (PAC) aimed at improving transportation logistics in the northeastern stat ...
Interoceánica Sur generating US$3bn - Ositran (Peru)
Peru's 2,500km Interoceánica Sur highway has generated economic benefits of over US$3bn for the country, according to transport regulator Ositran president Juan Carlos Zevallos. ...