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IMM eyes Medellín model to improve mass transport (Colombia-Uruguay)
2009-11-20

Uruguayan capital Montevideo's government is considering adapting a number of transport infrastructure models that have been implemented in Colombian city Medellín, an official from the Montevideo municipality (IMM) told BNamericas.   IMM is interested in designing a long-term developm...

 
Govt could sell up to 15% stake in Ecopetrol to finance highways (Colombia)
2009-11-20

Colombia's government could sell up to a 15% stake in state oil company Ecopetrol (NYSE: EC) to finance new highway works across the country, Ecopetrol said in a statement.   The government, which currently holds 89.9% of Ecopetrol, previously said it could sell up to 10% of the company to fi...

 
IIRSA to prioritize railways, says Bolivia's deputy transport minister (Bolivia)
2009-11-20

The initiative for the integration of regional infrastructure in South America (IIRSA) will give priority to rail projects, Bolivia's deputy transport minister José Kinn told BNamericas.   This decision aims to promote lower impact connectivity solutions, said Kinn, adding that railway...

 
DNIT announces US$1.16bn investment plan for Rondônia (Brazil)
2009-11-19

Brazil's national transport department DNIT has announced a 2bn-real (US$1.16bn) investment plan for the state of Rondônia, the entity said in a release.   Projects include work on the bridges over the Madeira river on the BR-319 and BR-364 highways and the Brazil-Bolivia bi-national br...

 
EPA to concession Punta Arenas cruise terminal (Chile)
2009-11-19

Chile's region XII state port company Empresa Portuaria Austral (EPA) will concession Punta Arenas port's Prat terminal to harness its tourism potential, a public works ministry (MOP) official told BNamericas.   Punta Arenas is the world's...

 
SMP, Metro de Medellín sign cooperation agreement (Panama-Colombia)
2009-11-19

Panama's metro authority (SMP) and Colombian city Medellín's state-owned mass transport firm Metro de Medellín have signed a framework cooperation agreement for consultancy work on Panama City's new metro system, the presidential website reported.   Metro de Medellín will...

 
DF public works budget cut will affect major projects - report (Mexico)
2009-11-19

Mexico City's federal district (DF) government will receive only 30% of the public works budget it proposed for 2010, paper El Universal reported.   A report published by opposition party PRD showed that of the 15bn pesos (US$1.16bn) the DF government had requested, the lower house approved o...

 
Govt approves the first 2 LRT systems in Latin America (Brazil)
2009-11-18

Brazil's urban trains company CBTU and cities minister Márcio Fortes have signed an agreement to start building a light-rail transit system (LRT) in Alagoas state's Maceió city, CBTU reported in a release.   The 174mn-real (US$102mn) project involves the construction of a 32km r...

 
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