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Old November 26th, 2013, 09:07 PM   #141
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Las carreteras saliendo de Bogotá son buenas y de muchos carriles pero luego de salir se convierten en dobles calzadas de 2 carriles o maximo 4 cada una cuando siendo que ya es una zona con 8 millones de habitantes en el área metropolitana y Bogotá se quedó sin visión sino procura pronto convertir esas dobles calzadas en superautopistas hasta regiones como melgar en el tolima u otros pueblos de Boyacá y del mismo cundinamarca con un mínimo de 8 o 10 carriles por Vía( 4+4 o 5+5=ida y vuelta fuera de la ciudad obviamente). Cuesta pero es necesario para evacuar o entrar a la ciudad que en otras capitales del mundo de ese tamaño sobran las gigantescas autopistas y carreteras espaciosas hacia sus ciudades perifericas. Con razón en Latam somos el 2do peor en carreteras e infraestructura vial. Si Bogotá está así que queda del resto?
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Old November 30th, 2013, 04:31 PM   #142
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Old December 1st, 2013, 11:52 PM   #143
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According to this article, the La Línea/Segundo Centenario tunnel (8.6 km) will be unidirectional. Is that true? It would be strange...

Around 8 km of it have already been bored, and it should open next year.
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Old December 23rd, 2013, 04:53 AM   #144
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^ Here an article that talks about the second tunnel.

The National Roads Institute ( Invías ) introduced what will be the roadmap for procurement of works for the next fourty years.

Among the projects the company has in store hiring for the second tunnel "La Linea" stands out as the currently under construction behind schedule and 42 percent of delay, only answer the Bogotá -Buenaventura sense.

According to a report of the entity, this work has an approximate cost of 407 million dollars.

The second tunnel was proposed by the Colombian Chamber of Infrastructure (CCI) since its construction in 2008 would eliminate a bottleneck eternal foreign trade. Even the Chamber explained that tender and had intended to build the first imports of goods since traffic is three times higher in Bogotá - Buenaventura address .

For the president of the Federation of Freight Forwarders, Colfecar, Jaime Sorzano, this work will result in lower costs for goods that move through this corridor, considered the most important in the country .

"The other tunnel will reduce the Invías transporters, another hour trip in a Bogotá -Buenaventura- Bogotá route." The leader said that despite this, the bottleneck is in the ports, since that time gained is lost in loading and unloading of goods.

"We have a huge logistical hassles that must be resolved, as we lose about 39 percent of the time in the input and output at ports," said Sorzano.

The manager of the Port Society of Buenaventura, Domingo Chinea, said that in recent years have invested U$108 million, which has reduced shipping times.

"I do not know where that statistic Colfecar goes , but the fact of the case is that you currently offer more cargo transport , there more need of wheelers "

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Old February 18th, 2014, 04:31 AM   #145
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Viaducto Balseadero

The longest bridge of Colombia, 'Viaducto Balseadero' opened to traffic in Huila department yesterday. It is 1710 meters long.



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Old June 25th, 2015, 02:59 AM   #151
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Are there any plans for a paved highway to Leticia?
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Old June 25th, 2015, 03:07 AM   #152
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Are there any plans for a paved highway to Leticia?
You would need to destroy half of the Amazon to do that.
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Old June 25th, 2015, 03:28 AM   #153
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You would need to destroy half of the Amazon to do that.
exaggeration much?

Colombia's economy is improving, it should start aiming to build a road to Leticia (paved, 1+1), and also build a road to Panama's border, and build a coastal Pacific road.
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exaggeration much? Colombia's economy is improving, it should start aiming to build a road to Leticia (paved, 1+1), and also build a road to Panama's border, and build a coastal Pacific road.
Doing this road would not do any good to Colombia's economy.

Have you looked a map in your life ?
I invite you to measure what would be the distance of such road, not to mention the amount of forest reserves we would need to destroy. Let's assume we need to destroy jungle all the way to Tarapacá. And then destroy all the jungle along the Putumayo river all the way to Puerto Asis.

Assume a cost of a 1 million USD per kilometer plus all the environmental damage.
How much is the cost of your 'beautiful' 1+1 road to Leticia?
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A 97 kilometer segment of 'Ruta del Sol' (ruta nacional 45) has been inaugurated today.

http://www.cmi.com.co/presidente-san...l-sol-en-cesar

It is mostly the twinning of the existing carretera. They built six bypasses, three new interchanges and eight pedestrian bridges.
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I'm wondering why we don't use here the # of the red nacional de carreteras. I would be nice if more people use it
Here is a map:

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...ed_vial%29.svg
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A 97 kilometer segment of 'Ruta del Sol' (ruta nacional 45) has been inaugurated today.

http://www.cmi.com.co/presidente-san...l-sol-en-cesar

It is mostly the twinning of the existing carretera. They built six bypasses, three new interchanges and eight pedestrian bridges.

Yeah, and there are nowdays several updates, I'll try to change the Page, to post those pics.

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I'm wondering why we don't use here the # of the red nacional de carreteras. I would be nice if more people use it
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What are you talking about? To put those numbers and shields where?

I like colombian ones, but each country has its special representation.
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This is the place where the "Ruta del Sol" has their main problems

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En obra, parte del tramo que tenía en jaque a la Ruta del Sol 1



Uno de los trayectos viales más complejos del país, Villeta-Guaduas, que corresponden al proyecto de la Ruta del Sol 1, inició parte de su proceso de construcción.

Y es que, como se tenía planeado, este jueves comenzaron los trabajos en los primeros 5 kilómetros que permitirán conectar la variante de Guaduas con la vía que, hacia el sur, lleva a Villeta, y hacia el norte, a Puerto Salgar.

El resto del trazado, 18 kilómetros aproximadamente, según información de Vicepresidencia y de la ANI, se encuentra en proceso de factibilidad, y es que estos hacen parte de una iniciativa privada (IP).

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La ejecución de este tramo –incluido el intercambiador de San Miguel– que hace parte de autopista Ruta del Sol sector 1, contempla la construcción de una doble calzada de cinco kilómetros, dos túneles y dos puentes vehiculares, y demanda inversiones por $697.714 millones, y, según el Vicepresidente la idea es que al cierre del 2016 los Colombianos puedan disfrutar de esta iniciativa que permitirá reducir el tiempo de recorrido actual entre Villeta y Guaduas, de más de 90 minutos con circulación de vehículos de carga, a 20 minutos en iguales condiciones.

Por su parte, para los 18 kilómetros restantes, según explicó la ANI, se espera que surta su proceso reglamentario contractual en los próximos meses, y se proyecta convocar a los interesados a participar en las obras, de esto suceder, se procederá a llevar a cabo una licitación, explica la ANI.

...

En cuanto a la Ruta del Sol 2 señaló que la idea es entregar 90 kilómetros durante el 2016, pues ya la obra va más allá de Puerto Boyacá y la meta es llegar a San Roque antes de finalizado el año.

Finalmente, respecto a la Ruta del Sol 3, de la cual enfatiza que para nadie es un secreto que ha tenido innumerables problemas, se firmó ya un compromiso con la empresa Líder Impregilo para que cada año se entreguen 100 kilómetros de doble calzada. Esta es la ruta que más problemas ha tenido en términos de acuerdos populares y
licenciamiento ambiental.

http://www.portafolio.co/economia/in...uta-sol-494565
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Estos son los 5km de los cuales se han hablado, la obra esta a cargo de Conconcreto.


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