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Old February 15th, 2016, 04:43 AM   #341
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The Route 41 of the Buenos Aires Province, from San Andrés de Giles to San Antonio de Areco:


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Old February 23rd, 2016, 01:41 AM   #342
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National Route 36, Córdoba Province
Duplication between Córdoba and Río Cuarto

The route is 63% comlete. In March are going to complete another 20 km, and the rest in September

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Old February 26th, 2016, 06:49 PM   #343
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Any plans to integrate Northern cities of Salta, Tucuman and Santiago del Estero with each other? They seem awfully isolated and the distance would seem to allow a dual carriageway. What about connecting Mendoza with Buenos Aires?
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Old February 27th, 2016, 02:09 AM   #344
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There are plans, but nothing serious

Mendoza-Buenos Aires is the most advanced with a duplication between Luján and Junín. Between Mendoza and Justo Daract (San Luis-Córdoba province border) is already duplicated.
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National Route 34, Santa Fe Province
Duplication works between Angélica and Susana

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Old March 2nd, 2016, 10:51 PM   #346
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There seems to be a lot of 'duplication' projects, but not as many fully access-controlled autopistas, right?
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Old March 2nd, 2016, 11:09 PM   #347
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Argentina's geography looks very similar to the middle part of the United States and Canada. Flat, large family owned farms, everything is a big grid. The kind of trees are similar too. Even the towns are laid out the same- again a grid with a railroad flanked by grain elevators in the middle. A handful of larger towns spaced about 30 minutes apart and a few small places surrounding them.

Having a large network of 4 lane highways might be good enough, just as it is good enough for Nebraska or Saskatchewan.
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 01:25 AM   #348
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That's right. Except for the population size, it shares those characteristics. Actually, both the USA and Argentina did grow in a similar way in the 19th Century. The big difference is that the US populated the West Coast and then connected it with the East Coast, also creating new cities inbetween, while Argentina grew from the center of the country to the North and specially to the South, conquering the region of the Patagonia and also a strategic part of the lands of the Antarctica. While the US somehow distributed the population on the huge amount of land they had (both Argentina and the US have some of the biggest extensions of the world), Argentina grew mostly on the axis of the cities of Buenos Aires, Rosaria, and Córdoba. That's where the most-used 4-lane highways are. There's also a new ambitious masterplan for the next couple of years, the "Plan Belgrano", who aims to create bigger routes, along with the restoration of the old freigh Rail Lines, to revitalize the North of the country.
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 01:50 AM   #349
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There seems to be a lot of 'duplication' projects, but not as many fully access-controlled autopistas, right?
Yes. I think is because several factors:
  1. Cheaper. You have to build 1 carriageway instead of 2. You don't have to build interchanges
  2. Density. Between 2 large cities you have a lot of smaller towns. With a roundabout is enough, because there is not too much traffic going into the towns.
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Old May 1st, 2016, 10:13 AM   #350
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National Route A019, Córdoba Ring Road
Works should start in March 2016 and last 2 years
Have works been started on time, is the new road under construction now? Any news?

RNA19: Cordoba-Tropezon – Cordoba-Santa Cecilia ~6km (March 2016 to 2018) – ? – map
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The construction is delayed
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National Route 5, Buenos Aires Province
Duplication works in Luján






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National Route 8, Buenos Aires Province
Duplication works between San Antonio de Areco and Capilla del Señor

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National Route 16, Chaco Province
Duplication works between Resistencia and Makallé

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Have works been started on time, is the new road under construction now? Any news?

RNA19: Cordoba-Tropezon – Cordoba-Santa Cecilia ~6km (March 2016 to 2018) – ? – map
Now the construction companies are know, and Córdoba province took debt by $725 million to finance the contruction

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National Route 36, Córdoba Province
Los Cóndores bypass

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National Route 8, Buenos Aires Province
Between San Antonio de Areco and Parada Robles

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Mucho movimiento hoy en el tramo Areco - Fátima: todo el trayecto un continuo de operarios y máquinas trabajando, a este ritmo terminan esa parte antes de las elecciones del 2017.

Subo dos fotos, pero llamaba la atención el nivel de actividad.



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On Wednesday President Macri inaugurated the construction works in the highway of the National Route 7 between Junin and Chacabuco. It should be finished between 2018/2019

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