Bogotá plans US$ 22.2 billion development plan

By Richard High06 June 2008

The Colombian capital of Bogotá's city council has approved a COP 38.8 trillion (US$ 22.2 billion) development plan, according to local press reports.

The 2008-12 development plan, said the report, will concentrate on economic, social and environmental development through a series of projects in the education, transport, health, social integration, government, housing and environmental sectors.

Transport infrastructure will receive 25.8% of the total COP 38.8 trillion (US$ 22.2 billion).

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