From Tuesday, November 14th to Monday, November 20th, 2017
The Ministry of Transport and Communications reported that the "Peripheral Road Ring" project will expedite the transit in Lima through the construction of a 34.8-kilometer highway
According to the Multiannual Investment Report on Public Private Partnerships (PPP) 2017, approved by the Ministry of Transport and Communications through Ministerial Resolution No. 915-2017-MTC / 01, this project will optimize connections between the districts of the northern and eastern areas of Lima with the rest of the area of ??the city.
The initiative will have an estimated investment amount of more than US$ 2 billion and will consist of three (3) sections.
The first section will have a length of 8.7 km starting at the Ovalo 200 Millas in Callao and will continue to the Ovalo Naranjal in the Panamericana Norte highway. The second section, which will be 15.1 km long, will start at the Panamericana Norte Highway and will culminate on the Ramiro Prialé highway. Finally, section 3, which will be 11 km long, will end at Circunvalación avenue in the district of San Luis. The roads of the project will have three lanes in each direction, each of 3.6 meters’ width, in addition to controlled access, tunnels and technological control systems of speeds and weights, thus ensuring the safety and sustainability of the project.
The project has the viability of the pre-investment study of the Ministry of Economy. It is currently in the structuring stage under the provisions of Legislative Decree No. 1224.