Argentina Approved Construction of Tunnel Agua Negra to Join Chile
The project, which will be part of the Central Bioceanic Corridor (an old binational ambition), will join the Chilean port of Coquimbo, in the Pacific, with the Brazilian from Porto Alegre in the Atlantic.
According to information from Mundo Marítimo taken from Infocampo, the Congress of Argentina signed a law project which ratifies the international protocol to allow the construction of the trans-Andean Agua Negra tunnel and that will make posible to unite the provinces of San Juan in Argentina and the Region of Coquimbo, Chile. Now it needs to be done in Chile as well, that means that the Parliament needs to aprove this protocol.
The project will form part of the Bioceanic Central Corridor Argentina-Chile, which consists of a route that will connect the port of Coquimbo (Chile) in the Pacifica, with the Atlantic port of Porto Alegre in Brazil, passing through the central region of Argentina and Chile. The tunnel’s low height includes theThe tunnel’s low height includes the creation of a railway of a simple crossing of via simple in the Cordillera de los Andes creation of a railway of a simple crossing of via simple in the Cordillera de los Andes, which will join the Argentine town of Lujan de Cuyo, located in the province of Mendoza, with Los Andes, in Chile’s Valparaiso region, thus connecting the most important productive areas. Not only will allow to increase and intensify the binational relations, but also achieve an interconnection between the countries of Mercosur and Chile, with the rest of the world.com o resto do mundo.