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Road repair and maintenance programme for Mexico

source:worldhighways author: time:2014-04-22  

A budget of US$5 billion has been set for road construction, maintenance and modernisation projects in Mexico during 2014. The programme has been set out by the Secretariat of Transport and Communications (SCT), which published 2,191 tenders by March 2014 and expects 80% of resources to be tendered by May 2014. The projects include the Indios Verdes-Santa Clara viaduct, works to 300km of rural and agricultural roads in Quintana Roo and pavement restoration in Benito Juarez.  Also included are the Mexico-Puebla elevated viaduct, the first stage of the Tampico-Ciudad Victoria project and the Sonora by-pass. The funds will allow the SCT to complete construction and modernisation projects on over 2,700km of roads, including 2,356 federal roads and 366 motorways.

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