CJIA set for $6.6B as part of $30B public works budget

Government wants to spend over $30 billion this year improving Guyana’s public infrastructure and transportation systems, according to budget 2014.

Roads and bridges, air and river transport systems, drainage and irrigation systems, and sea and river defences are all to be overhauled or built from scratch utilizing these funds if the National Assembly votes to pass the budget.

 

Roads and Bridges

 

Specifically, $13.7 billion worth of work will be carried out on roads and bridges – $12.9 billion to be spent on roads and $844.2 billion on bridges. While presenting the budget to the National Assembly on Monday, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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