Ositrán: highway sector invested more than US$ 68 million so far in 2022

Ositrán: highway sector invested more than US$ 68 million so far in 2022

Between January and April 2022, investments made and valued in the highway sector amounted to US$68.20 million, as reported by the Supervisory Body for Investment in Transportation Infrastructure for Public Use (), in your monthly investment report.

In addition, the agency specified that valued investments in transportation infrastructure reached US$ 26.65 million in April and road capitals represented US$ 10.61 million.

Along these lines, the capital of four of the 16 concessionaire companies it supervises stands out: Autopista del Sol (Trujillo-Sullana) with US$ 3.56 million; the IIRSA Norte highway (Paita-Yurimaguas) with US$3.16 million; Road Network No. 4 (Pativilca Puerto Salaverry) with US$ 2.14 million; and IIRSA Sur, Section 4 (Azángaro-Inambari) with US$1.74 million.

It should be noted that the accumulated investment to the year 2022 in the highway sector is US$ 4,729.4 million. Meanwhile, the level of progress, that is, accumulated investments versus investment commitments (US$ 5,008.7 million), represents 94.42%.

other figures

Investments in ports reached US$ 12.04 million as of April, highlighting capital from the terminals of Salaverry, Paita, Norte Multipropósito del Callao and the New Container Terminal of Callao. Railways added US$ 3.82 million, driven by Line 2 of the Lima Metro. The figure in Airports amounts to US$ 154,934 for the First Group of Regional Airports.

The Ositrán supervises 32 concession contracts in transportation infrastructure for public use: 16 contracts for highways, 8 for port terminals, 4 for railways and electrical mass transportation systems, 3 for airports and one for a waterway.


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