Mexico creates infra project database

Bnamericas Published: Thursday, October 27, 2022

Mexico’s infrastructure, telecommunications and transport ministry (SICT) has created an infrastructure project database to help successive administrations with prompt execution. 

Deputy minister Jorge Nuño told the Expo Rail event that the database contains projects that have not started and whose paperwork, like permits or rights-of-way, is being processed by the current administration.

“What we want is to depict ideas and translate them into conceptual projects, and move forward with some of the stages to put together the executive projects and the environmental permits, which will allow following administrations to have a package of projects whose execution they can begin with,” he said.

According to Nuño, five rail projects are currently logged in the database, including the Celaya rail bypass in Bajío region and the Saltillo-Derramadero project.

Nearly 140 road infrastructure and some airport projects are also being analyzed for inclusion.

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