Colombia railway expansion

20 March 2008

Colombia's government is working on the technical and financial design for planned railway projects in the cities of Bogotá, Medellín and Cali, local paper El Paísreported.

Transport ministry officials said the US$ 300 million project will carry about 200000 people daily.

Officials are looking to integrate the railway system with the urban mass transport system and mirror the latter system's financial scheme.

The government would finance part of the project, while city and department governments would provide the remaining amount, although officials are also considering private sector participation in the initiative.

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