Authorities will start work to extend the world's longest cable car system even further, as the highland capital city of La Paz seeks to ease traffic jams along its maze of steep streets.
The national government said that in spite of the delay in building the terminal, the construction of a complementary highway is on schedule.
The plan involves building a grain port and a logistics hub. The port operator aims to turn Mejillones port into a major logistics platform for northern Chile.
An agreement will be signed before the end of July that will consolidate the integration of the light train, the Bogotá metro line and the city's bus system Transmilenio, so the three can operate within a single mass urban transport system.
Fonadin, which is operated by national development bank Banobras, currently manages 50 toll highways amounting to 4,224km, some of which are still under construction.
The city mayor said that the tender will be launched this month. The cable car line is expected to be 2.8km long and would transport some 3,680 people per hour.
Officials are currently reviewing three proposals to upgrade Viru Viru airport in Santa Cruz. The previous contractor was excluded for allegedly trying to modify the contract unilaterally.
The loans are intended to prevent and mitigate the effects of the frequent floods that affect Buenos Aires province and also to promote PPP initiatives to close the country's infrastructure gap.
A consortium formed by Constructora Conconcreto and CSS Constructores will be responsible for carrying out the remaining 12% of works that were left unfinished by the previous contractor.