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Asur ruled out of Riviera Maya airport concession (Mexico)
2011-02-01

Mexico's anti-trust commission CFC has ruled that local airport operator Asur (NYSE: ASR, BMV: ASUR) is ineligible to participate in the Riviera Maya airport concession, on the grounds that it would harm airport competitiveness in eastern Mexico.   The proposed site for the new airport is jus...

 
Paranaguá port presents US$598mn upgrade plan to SEP (Brazil)
2011-02-01

Brazil's Paranaguá and Antonina ports superintendent Airton Vidal Maron has submitted a modernization plan totaling nearly 1bn reais (US$598mn) to the special ports department (SEP).   The plan, presented during a meeting with ports minister Leônidas Cristino, includes nine main ...

 
IN BRIEF MOP names Retamal concessions director (Chile)
2011-02-01

Chile's public works ministry (MOP) has named Jaime Retamal as its new concessions director, taking over from Mauricio Gatica.   Gatica was reportedly replaced due to slow progress in implementing a universal electronic toll system on concessioned highways. The former concessions head will co...

 
Public works ministry allocates US$100mn for airport projects (Bolivia)
2011-01-31

Bolivia's public works ministry will allocate US$100mn this year to expand airport infrastructure throughout the country, government news agency ABI reported.   The Uyuni international airport in Potosí department will open in 2011, according to public works minister Walter Delgadillo....

 
Minvu kicks off US$12mn Santiago summer roadworks (Chile)
2011-01-31

Chile's housing and urbanization (Minvu) minister Magdalena Matte has officially kicked off a summer paving program in capital Santiago, which aims to repave 74km of roadways.   Minvu is investing some 6bn pesos (US$12.4mn) in the project, which aims to improve 230 roadways, used primarily by...

 
Buenos Aires to open six new subway stations in 2011 (Argentina)
2011-01-31

The government of Argentine capital Buenos Aires expects to open six new subway stations in 2011, according to a city government release.   Two new stations will open on line B, Esteban Echeverría and Juan Manuel Rosas. The line will now end at Franklin D Roosevelt avenue, allowing pas...

 
MTOP to invest US$742mn in road, highway projects this year
2011-01-31

Ecuador's transport and public works ministry (MTOP) will invest US$742mn in road and highway works this year, a ministry spokesperson told BNamericas.   The funds will go towards paving and repairs on national roads and highways, and will also support local government projects to improve mai...

 
Amega to begin designs, tender draft for US$900mn Moin transfer terminal (Costa Rica)
2011-01-28

Americas Gateway Development Corporation (Amega) expects to begin the second phase of studies for a new transfer terminal near Costa Rica's Moin port in the next few weeks, company CEO Aubrey de Young told BNamericas.   The firm expects to invest some US$14.9mn in completing detailed designs ...

 
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