The company in charge of the US$52mn corridor will suspend works because of land access issues.
Infrastructure association ABDIB held a seminar to listen to what some candidates propose.
Future transport and communications minister Javier Jiménez Espriú said that if the people decide to continue with the project, construction works will exclude "unnecessary" luxuries to bring costs down.
Although the country's port authority is preparing to launch a tender in October, the terms of the contract have yet to be determined.
The national government will invest around US$40mn to rehabilitate schools across the country.
El Salvador announced it has severed ties with Taiwan in favor of a one-China policy that opens investment opportunities with the economic giant. Costa Rica's finance minister said the fiscal deficit had reached 3.3% of GDP in July, calling on lawmakers to act swiftly on fiscal reform.
Following heavy rains that again damaged the city's infrastructure, President Iván Duque proposed an evaluation of the reconstruction process that has been ongoing since 2017.
The ruling reversed a lower court decision which reinstated the concession rights after the federal audit court had annulled them in July.