Costa Rica plans to fix its bridges for $250 million
Regional banks are negotiating $150 million while the government picking up the rest of the $100 million tab for a plan to repair all the bridges in Costa Rica that urgently need to be fixed.
Some 300 bridges are going to need thorough repairs or total renewal in order to avoid risks to people who use them.
The Bank of Central American Economic Integration and the Inter-American Development Bank have agreed on the viability of the project.
The government is working on an action plan.
Original source (in Spanish): La República