Kilometers of CABEI-financed roads and bridges interconnect the Central American region

The land connection between Central American countries is becoming shorter and shorter, generating greater development opportunities, both nationally and regionally, with the movement of people, goods and services over modern and safe roads and bridges, which in recent decades have received financial support from the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) for their construction, expansion and/or rehabilitation.

Support aligned with CABEI's strategic axes of Sustainable Competitiveness and Human Development and Social Inclusion, through which it seeks to contribute to generating transcendental solutions for mobility, since the improvement of road infrastructure contributes to job creation, improves people's quality of life, boosts commercial activity and promotes investment and sustainable development.