1 edition of Transportation infrastructure of Puerto Rico. found in the catalog.
Transportation infrastructure of Puerto Rico.
by Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Economic Development Administration in Hato Rey, P.R
Written in English
|Contributions||Puerto Rico. Economic Development Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HE228 .T75 1980z|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||87621475|
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Except for its lack of a public railway system, Puerto Rico has a well-developed infrastructure and transportation network. The island's minimal railways are used only for hauling sugarcane. The vast majority of the island's 14, kilometers (8, miles) of roadways are paved.
The Puerto Rico Highways & Transportation Authority and other bridge owners were forced to reassign regular maintenance funding to asset recovery due to widespread damage. Furthermore, planned capital improvement projects were put on hold to allow agencies to prioritize emergency repairs to bring damaged infrastructure back online.
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