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$16.7 billion needed: Argentina’s transport plan being refined

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LatAm   The work is being split into three phases

Argentina is refining the country’s road development plans. The programme calls for investments of $16.7 billion for the work, which will be carried out on 7,000km of roads.

The 16 projects will be run as Public-Private Partnerships. These will be split into several corridors, including Corridor A, Corridor B, Corridor C, Corridor D, Corridor E, Corridor F, Corridor G, Corridor H and Corridor I. The work is being split into three phases.

The first tender process is now open and will close in April 2018. Tenders for the second phase will be held from February to July 2018, and tenders for the third from June to November 2018.

This project involves the construction of 1,610km of highways as well as 3,310km of major roads. In addition there will be 324km of special works and 26km of other works, totalling 5,270km. In addition, 2,077km of existing roads will benefit from improvement and maintenance works.

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