The importance of bioceanic corridors for Chile

More than simply routes, bioceanic corridors are an engine for regional development and the key to Latin American integration. Through its strategic location and openness to global trade, Chile is driving ambitious connectivity projects. Bioceanic corridors have become crucial for Latin America’s socioeconomic, tourism, and environmental development. Since the Asunción Declaration in 2015, which prioritised developing the corridor between Porto Murtinho in Brazil and ports in northern Chile, these projects…

Argentina and Chile open a new “Bioceanic corridor” for heavy transport use

To reduce traffic on the “Cristo Redentor” Pass in Mendoza, a historic and congested mountain pass to Chile, Argentina opens from today with a new crossing for heavy transport, in the South of the Cuyo Province: This is called the Pehuenche Pass, located in Malargüe, On the National Route 145, which began operating from 8.00 to 18.00, meaning an average daily transit of 40 trucks is now operational, and in addition to the tourist transport, which will allow greater development to the area of South…

Argentina – Brazil – Chile – The Bioceanic Corridor, the key to reach the Asian markets

After more than two decades of being projected, the authorities say that now at the end of this year the contract for works of the new tunnel that will cross under the Andes Mountain Range will be awarded. At the end of this year, the works of the Aguas Negras tunnel will be awarded, It took more than two decades as a project, which will allow crossing through the heart of the Andes mountain range going from San Juan along Route 150 to Coquimbo (Chile) to exit through to the Pacific coast. The work, long claimed…
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