Regional bank approves $340 million loan for improvements to roads in Costa Rica. Traffic to be eased in San José
The Central American Bank for Economic Integration approved a $340 million loan to improve roads in Costa Rica.
The money will also be used to ease traffic congestion in the capital and improve the main export corridors to the Atlantic coast, the bank said.
The project, the bank added, will represent fuel savings and operational costs for more than half a million vehicles that travel the nation’s roads each day.
Original source (in Spanish): AFP