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Transport in the press archives

Road Safety Guidelines

Source: BID Transporte

Road Safety Guidelines. Inter-American Development Bank.

Jun 30, 2014.

Road Safety Week concludes with a cycling tour

Source: abc

The V Road Safety Week ended with the objective of generating awareness actions for safety on the roads and, therefore, reduced traffic accidents.

Oct 6, 2013.

Road Safety Week begins in Paraguay

Source: La Nación

On Monday September 30th at the Olympic Plaza of Asunción, began the awareness, evaluation, information and recreation activities of the "V Road Safety Week".

Sep 30, 2013.

The IDB announces new commitments to road safety

Source: 4-traders

Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno today renewed the IDB's commitments to road safety and announced that road safety will be given priority treatment in all Bank-financed transportation projects.

Aug 9, 2013.

Decade dedicated to reducing vulnerability of road users and transport

Source: Media Global News

It’s a paradox. Rapid urbanization in the developing world has led to explosive growth in vehicular traffic on dangerously constricted infrastructure; experts say the result hinders the growth of cities, and nations as a whole.

May 17, 2013.

The IDB advises Paraguay to integrate trade, border management and infrastructure

Source: ABC Color (Paraguay)

Logistics requires the operational integration of infrastructure, border management and business organization of supply chains, said Christian Dunkerley, Transport specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

Nov 23, 2012.

MAPFRE and the IDB signed an agreement to promote road safety in Latin America and the Caribbean

Source: Telemetro

The IDB and the Mapfre Foundation signed a cooperation agreement to promote and improve road safety conditions in Latin America and the Caribbean

Nov 19, 2012.

160 trolleybuses operating in Asunción by 2014

Source: ABC Paraguay

Project financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) awaits approval from the House of Representatives and ratification of the Executive

Jul 15, 2012.

New road in La Dalia

Source: El Nuevo Diario (Nicaragua)

From the municipality of La Dalia to the junction La Mora, with an investment of over U.S. $ 152,000,000 financed by the Inter-American Development Bank.

Jun 23, 2012.

MTI has built 485 km of road with IDB funds

Source: La Prensa (Nicaragua)

IDB representative, Mirna Lievano said that over the next five years the transport sector will be the priority of the IDB

Jun 13, 2012.

Lord Norman Foster Infrastructure 360 Awards Urban infrastructure: listen to the people, and be surprised

    Lord Norman Foster

    Reknown architect Lord Norman Foster addresses how to tackle the infrastructucture challenges of the developing world.
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    Infrastructure 360 Awards

    The 360 Infrastructure Awards honor outstanding sustainability practices in infrastructure investments in the region with emphasis on climate and environment, as well as leading practices in social impact, governance and innovation.
  • Infrastructure 360 Awards (12:00) Video Icon
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    Urban infrastructure: listen to the people, and be surprised

    More than 80 percent of the population of Latin America and the Caribbean live in cities, which makes the region the most urbanized on the planet. Watch the presentation by Alexandre Meira da Rosa, infrastructure sector manager at the IDB
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