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El Salvador launches road improvement tenders (login required)
El Salvador's public works ministry (MOP) launched two tenders to upgrade rural roads in the departments of Chalatenango and Morazán.
BNamericas – 10/30/2014

New connection linking major Dutch highways
In the Netherlands plans are in hand for a new connection between the A50 and N279 highways.
World Highways – 10/29/2014

Mexico roundup: US$2.1bn infra budget, Querétaro train project, SCT appointments (login required)
The infrastructure committee of Mexico's lower house called for a 28.1bn-peso (US$2.1bn) increase in the 2015 budget for transport and communications works.
BNamericas – 10/28/2014

Ethiopia awards road construction projects
The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) has awarded US$1107 million of road construction projects to China Hunan Hunda Road & Bridge Construction and Spanish company UTE Elsamex.
World Highways – 10/28/2014

CAF raising up to US$2bn for Colombian infra projects (login required)
Latin American development bank CAF is urging Colombian institutional investors to put their money into a fund to develop much-needed infrastructure projects, an official said at the BNamericas 5th South America Infrastructure Summit.
BNamericas – 10/27/2014

2 groups vying for Rio metro line consultancy (login required)
Rio de Janeiro state has shortlisted two consortiums for the 35.5mn-real (US$15.8mn) consultancy tender to prepare a basic plan to build the No. 4 metro line in time for the 2016 Olympics.
BNamericas – 10/23/2014

Morocco's new national road plan
Morocco's Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport is developing a new national road plan.
World Highways – 10/23/2014

Morocco's new national road plan
Morocco's Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport is developing a new national road plan.
World Highways – 10/23/2014

New congestion busting plan for Philippines
A new transport plan is being drawn up in the Philippines in a bid to deal with the country's frequent traffic delays.
World Highways – 10/22/2014

BMI: Slow Infrastructure Recovery Ahead for Argentina
BMI View: We forecast a return to growth for Argentina's construction industry at 1.1% in 2015 after an estimated contraction of 2% in 2014.
AEM – 10/21/2014