Paraguay completes 3,000 km of new roads enabling different logistic corridors

The Bioceanic Road Corridor is under development in the Chaco, which already enabled its first 275-kilometer section in February 2022, from Carmelo Peralta to Loma Plata.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Minister of Public Works (MOPC) of Paraguay, Arnoldo Wiens, emphasized that the more than 3,000 kilometers of routes enabled by the Government mean that 30 municipalities have for the first time a full-time road, allowing the establishment of road interconnectivity through strategic corridors in each Paraguayan region.

In this context, the authority pointed out that "this represents the first connection with asphalt for municipalities such as Tacuatí, Itapé, 3 de Mayo, Carmelo Peralta, among others," in what was a mandate of the Paraguayan President to bring municipalities out of isolation.

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