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Colombia’s  Infrastructure  Market   December  2011     The  Colombian  Government  has  launched  an  ambitious  infrastructure  plan,  involving  new   highways,  railways,  ports  and  airports  –  an  effort  aimed  at  increasing  the  nation’s   competitiveness  in  the  region  and  worldwide.  According  to  the  National  Infrastructure  Agency,   more  than  $40  billion,  including  significant  private  sector  support,  is  needed  to  bring  the  plan   to  fruition.      

The  government  has  the  following  goals:  

  National  Infrastructure   Agency     In  November,  the  Colombian   Government  approved  the   creation  of  the  new  National   Infrastructure  Agency  (ANI),   which  through  public-­‐private   partnerships  will  be   responsible  for  the   development  of  the  nation’s   transportation  infrastructure.   The  agency  will  first  begin  with   port,  rail  and  road  projects,  and   will  gradually  phase-­‐in  airport   projects.         The  ANI  replaces  Colombia’s   National  Institute  of  Concessions   (INCO).  Beginning  January  1,   2012,  the  ANI  will  be  led  by  Luis   Fernando  Andrade,  who  is   currently  the  director  of  INCO.   The  new  agency,  which  was  born   out  of  INCO,  will  be  more   technical  and  focused  on   ensuring  high  standards  in   project  management.  Its  Board  of   Directors  will  include  officials   from  the  Ministry  of  Mines  and   Energy  and  two  independent   advisory  board  members.      

 

By  2014:   • Roads:  100%  increase  in  four-­‐lane  highways   • Railways:  50%  increase  in  length  of  railways  in   operation   • Ports:  50%  increase  in  load  capacity   • Airports:  35%  increase  in  passengers  mobilized      

By  2018:   • Roads:  Fourfold  increase  in  four-­‐lane  highways   • Railways:    Threefold  increase  in  length  of  railways  in   operation   • Ports:  100%  capacity  increase   • Airports:  50%  capacity  increase     The  Government  of  Colombia  projects  that  between  2011   and  2012,  annual  investment  in  the  nation’s  infrastructure   will  double  from  $2  billion  to  $4  billion.    By  2014,  annual   investment  would  reach  $7  billion.     Estimated  Investment  in  Infrastructure       All  Transportation  Modes   (USD  Millions)  

                       

Embassy  of  Colombia   www.colombiaemb.org    

 

 

 


RIOHACHA PARAGUACHON

SANTA MARTA

CUESTECITAS

BARRANQUILLA

BUENAVISTA SAN JUAN CARTAGENA

LA PAZ

VALLEDUPAR PONEDERA

CRUZ DEL VISO

RESULTING NATIONAL ROAD NETWORK UNDER CONCESSION

CARRETO TOLUVIEJO

CARMEN DE BOLIVAR

LA MATA

MONTERIA

PALO DE LETRAS

TIBU

ACHÍ

LA YE NECOCLÍ

Current Concessions + New Concessions

SAN ROQUE

SINCELEJO

SAN PELAYO

SAN MARCOS

PLANETA RICA

AGUACLARA

OCANA

PTO SANTANDER

CAUCACIA

EL TIGRE

CUCUTA

SIMITÍ

PAMPLONA

B/MANGA

BARRANCAB. REMEDIOS

ARAUCA

PTO BERRÍO

More than 10.000 kilometers will be under concession

TAME MEDELLIN BARBOSA

PTO. SALGAR ZIPAQUIRA MANIZALES

VILLETA

SOPO

YOPAL SISGA

PEREIRA

EL SECRETO CARTAGO

BOGOTA

ARMENIA LA PAILA

Pto. Arimena

CALERA CÁQUEZA

GIRARDOT

IBAGUE

PUERTO GAITAN

ESPINAL VILLAVICENCIO

BUGA

BUENAVENTURA

PTO CARRENO

SOGAMOSO TUNJA

CALI STDER. QUILICHAO

NEIVA

POPAYAN

CHACHAGÛÍ PASTO

MOCOA

RUMICHACA

Dibulla

Santa Marta

RAILWAYS CONCESSIONS

Barranquilla

Cartagena

Current Concessions + New Concessions

Chiriguaná

La Vizcaína

Cabañas

Barbosa Belencito

La Felisa

La Dorada

Zipaquirá

Facatativá Bogotá Zarzal

La Tebaida

Buenaventura

Embassy  of  C  olombia   www.colombiaemb.org  

 

 


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