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Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente

Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente
Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de OrienteConexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente

Acknowledgments /Milestones

  • First bond issuance in Colombian pesos intended for the Colombian capital market amounting to COP 700,000 million through the Colombian Securities Exchange to finance these types of infrastructure projects.
  • Resurfacing of 2.76 kilometers of the Sajonia – Airport road.
  • Completion of the rehabilitation of the Las Palmas two-lane road, finishing the work with 10 km of the uphill road.
  • Antioquia Engineering Award Granted by the Board of Directors of Sociedad Antioqueña de Ingenieros y Arquitectos (SAI, for the Spanish original) for the technical and scientific merits of the construction. Recognition granted on November 19, 2020.

Conexión Vial Aburrá Oriente – Túnel de Oriente is a mega-project that connects the Metropolitan Area of Valle de Aburrá with Valle de San Nicolás, which are two of the most important regions of the department of Antioquia.

 

The project involves building approximately 24 kilometers including tunnels, viaducts and highway exchanges. It starts in Medellín, in the Baltimore section of the Las Palmas two-lane highway, where a highway interchange was built to allow access to the first tunnel, which is 774 meters long, followed by an open road section in the East-Central area of Valle de Aburrá leading to the project’s second tunnel, which is 8.2 km long, all of which incorporate high safety standards.

 

With investment of nearly COP 1 trillion, it is a benchmark connection that reduces travel time by half, and which translates into progress, development and well-being and makes a large-scale contribution to industry, tourism, the environment and mobility.

LOCATION

Antioquia, Colombia

The Project

Aburrá Oriente, Antioquia, Colombia

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