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The government of El Salvador launched a tender for the construction of the Soyapango terminal under phase two of the San Salvador metropolitan area integrated transport system, according to information on the UN Development Business website.
To finance the urban transport program, the country received a loan from the IDB. Part of the funds will be used for the Soyapango terminal.
The project consists of building the terminal, which will be used by vehicles including the bus rapid transit (BRT) system's buses. Administrative offices, shops, an electrical substation and a taxi area, among other facilities, are also planned.
Proposals will be accepted until January 12 and the complete invitation to bid is available on the website of public procurement system CompraSal.
Those interested in participating should demonstrate experience in at least three projects costing a minimum of US$2mn.
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