The National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has announced the progress for the Accesos Norte II concession in Bogotá, Colombia.
The 66-km project has made progress of 64.94% so far and currently has 1,084 people working on it. Accesos Norte II is a private initiative project funded by ANI, which aims to enhance the transportation of goods and people via the north of Bogotá. Additionally, it will more effectively connect the cities of Boyacá, Cundinamarca, and La Sabana. The project is forming part of the fourth generation (4G) highways.
The project will benefit the people of Bogota and the communities of Chía, Cajicá, Briceo, Sopó, Tocancipá, and Zipaquirá. Upon completion of this private project's building phase, a 45-minute travel time reduction from Calle 245 to Zipaquirá will be achieved.