Transportation in Latin America and the Caribbean
At the Inter-American Development Bank Transport’s Division we pursue the goal of promoting economic development and quality of life of its inhabitants through transportation and infrastructure activities in an efficient, affordable, sustainable and safe way.
Our operational and knowledge lines of action focus in an integrated view of the different types of passenger and freight transport (road, urban, rail, air, ports) in combination with the strategic areas of Road Safety, Freight Logistics and Sustainable Transport (REST), Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Major Projects, which are the Banks’s differentiating factor in expertise and specific knowledge generation in the transportation sector in the Latin-American region.
Transport’s projects take into account the characteristics of each country, the importance of regional integration, gender dimensions and environmental, social and fiscal interventions while emphasizing the importance of public investment growth and of private sector participation in infrastructure financing.
IDB $31.7 million loan will allow for improving road infrastructure and construction of a bus lane in Brazil. Dec 14, 2017
IDB backs Argentine plan to boost capacity and safety on Cristo Redentor System Corridor on border with Chile
Argentina will improve the transport infrastructure and a border integration system with Chile. Dec 1, 2017
IDB supports program to implement Argentina’s efforts for financial inclusion and to improve Buenos Aires Province road infrastructure. Nov 29, 2017
IDB Transport Update
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.
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.