Peru Transport

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What changes are expected of the National Plan for Port Development and in what timeframe?

As the government seeks to streamline connections throughout the country and become a stronger regional logistics centre, an assortment of major infrastructure projects is currently being constructed. Peru’s topography is a double-edged sword, providing rich minerals and a diverse terrain to cultivate, yet, simultaneously, the rugged Andes Mountains...

Is location enough for Jorge Chávez Airport to become a west coast hub?

The Supervisory Authority for Investment in Public Transportation Infrastructure (Organismo Supervisor de la Inversión en Infraestructura de Transporte de Uso Público, OSITRAN), Peru’s transportation regulator, estimated in 2010 that the transport infrastructure gap was $13.9bn. This important assessment was followed by the equally significant...

After more than two decades of planning, preparations and delays, the first line of Lima’s new metro system opened on January 3, 2012. The metro will have a major impact in terms of alleviating the capital’s congested transport network. Lima has been fighting a losing battle against gridlock, pollution and traffic accidents for decades, but it...

With a surface area of 1.29m sq km and 2414 km of coastline, Peru is the third-largest country in South America. It has a population of 28.2m, 30.2% of which is under the age of 14. While there is no official religion, the majority of Peruvians are Christian, and the Catholic Church plays an important role in the country’s culture.

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