Big Honduras road plan envisions the region
A major investment in a key highway in Honduras will be financed by $44 million from the Central American Bank of Economic Integration.
The project is an extension of the Tegucigalpa ring road. President Juan Orlando Hernández said that it will "help to link the south and center of the country. It also has Central American dimension that complements the new customs zone of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador."
The road will have four lanes and will use hydraulic cement of a depth of 22 centimeters to support have traffic.