Diapositiva 1

Report
Communications and
Transportation Secretariat’s
Investment Portfolio
November 2010
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Table of contents
Mexico at a glance.…….………………….3
Mexico is an investment destination...…..4
Real facts………….……...…………..……5
Public-Private Partnerships………………6
Consolidating of capital markets…………7
Infrastructure achievements…….........….8
Road Infrastructure………………………10
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Table of contents
Railroad Bypasses.………...………..…..42
Airports……………………………….……48
Suburban Railway...………………..........51
Ports….……………………………….…...54
Communications………………….....…...63
Project leaders and contact details..…...66
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Mexico at a glance
 Mexico’s population: over 106.8 million inhabitants (11th largest in the world).
 Mexico’s territory: over 2 million km2 (15th largest in the world).
 Mexico’s Annual GDP: US$1.08 trillion (13th largest in the world).
 Latin America’s GDP (over 4 trillion dollars) is comparable to that of China, of which
Mexico and Brazil contribute with about 64%.
 Mexico has the second largest annual GDP per capita in Latin America (9,900 USD), just
below Chile (10,110 USD).
América
Central
Peru
colombia
Argentina
Mexico
Chile
Brazil
GDP Per Capita (USD)
$12,000
$10,000
$8,000
$6,000
$4,000
$2,000
$-
 Annual growth in the communications and transportation sector in Mexico is 2% higher
than annual GDP growth over the period 1998-2010
Sector´s share in GDP 1998-2010
(percentage)
10.7%
10.4%
10.9%
10.5%
10.1%
9.9%
9.7%
9.6% 9.5%
9.2%
9.4%
9.5%
2009
2008
2010 e
e/ Expected
Source: National Institute of Statistics and Geography
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
9.1%
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Mexico is an investment destination

The fastest routes from the Pacific to the mid-west and the east coast of the US are
the ports of Manzanillo and/or Lázaro Cárdenas.

Mexico is connected by sea to 535 destinations in 141 countries, with around 100
shipping lines which serve Mexican ports.

Mexico’s transport infrastructure is very well placed for the purposes of international
trade.
Punta Colonet
Manzanillo
Lázaro Cárdenas

Mexico moves high volumes of freight
 Amongst OECD countries Mexico has the 4th highest volume of freight transport
by road and the 3rd highest by rail.
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Real facts

Due to its macroeconomic stability and strong institutions Mexico has become an
attractive place for foreign capital.
 Ranked investment grade by both Moody’s and S&P.

México has increased its transparency in the business environment.

According to the World Bank: Doing Business Report, México ranks 35 amongst 182
countries as a safe place to invest.
Country
Singapore
United States
Canada
Korea
México
Peru
Colombia
Spain
China
Russia
Brazil
India
Bolivia
Doing Business (Rank)
2011
2010
1
1
5
4
7
8
16
19
35
41
36
56
39
37
49
62
79
89
123
120
127
129
134
133
149
161
Source: http://www.doingbusiness.org/data/exploreeconomies/mexico#
 México climbed 13 steps compared to last year’s report in the field of dealing with
construction permits.
Source: Doing Business 2011. México
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Public-Private Partnerships

Mexico has been involved in national-level transport PPP projects for interstate
roads, airports and seaports.

Mexico has revised the law of acquisitions and public-works to improve the bidding
processes and introduce specific arbitration options for dispute resolution.
 Facilitating Private Services Provision Schemes (PPS)

The government is promoting a new PPP legislation and several regulatory reforms
to offer more certainty for investment in infrastructure
Presidential Bill for a new PPP legislation*
Non-solicited Projects
If the proposed project receives a positive evaluation (six month period) from
Government Agencies, the company receives up to 10% of its total value.
Flexible Contracts
A simple transparent bidding process with a balanced distribution of risk between
public and private sectors.
Contract Extension
Concessions arranged under PPPs might get a contract for up to 60 years,
reducing the probability of devoting resources to governmental rescue plans.
Land acquisition /
RoW
Easier and faster processes to value land. Valuations must take into account the
intrinsic value of land, as well as the opportunity cost and added value.
Modifications during
concession
Changes in contract terms will be possible in order to improve infrastructure,
service performance or to identify supervening circumstances.
Early termination
Legal certainty to the parties, including respect for the rights of others in good
faith and reimbursement of investments made to counterparts.
Subrogation (step in
rights)
Assignable rights prior to authorization. Allows financial creditors to take control
of the projects and assume the obligations of the concession, facilitating access
to bank credits.
Third party
All technical or economic controversies will be solved by expert committees and
arbitrage.
Funding
Incentives for pension funds involvement
* Submitted to Congress in November 2009
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Consolidating of capital markets
 Important source of funding for infrastructure projects
 Banobras, the Mexican National Bank, offers innovative financial schemes
 Development bank
•
Offering a variety of financial alternatives that help develop public
infrastructure projects.
 Trustee of the National Infrastructure Fund
•
Promoting national and international private sector participation in the
development of strategic projects
National Infrastructure Fund
Banobras
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Infrastructure achievements

In 2010 through the PPP scheme the government invested a total of US$ 2,383.4
million dollars in Rails, Ports and Airports.

Between 2007-2010 the Federal government invested a total of US$4,533.4 million
in transportation and sea ports.

The Mexican government invested a total of US 15,597 million dollars in improving
its roads (development, modernization and maintenance)
Port Infrastructure

A total of 2.3 billion USD have been invested on the Maritime and Port subsectors

We are investing in:
Ports (Manzanillo, Veracruz, Coatzacoalcos and Mazatlán),
Specialized Container Terminals and industrial plants (Altamira,
Tampico, Lázaro Cárdenas, Manzanillo and Guaymas)
The construction of a Federal Electricity Commission’s Liquefied Gas
Terminal (New Port of Cuyutlán)
Improving port access and building new docks (Manzanillo, Mazatlán,
Guaymas and Puerto Vallarta)
Mazatlán terminal II
Albatros Bridge
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Road Infrastructure
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MAZATLAN BYPASS
 Length:
38.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico – Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
121.3 million dollars
 Location:
State of Sinaloa
 Expected traffic:
6,500 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(North Pacific Package)
 Bidding process information:
 Description: The project is located north east of
Mazatlan and constitutes the southern end of the
Mazatlan-Culiacan highway. The Mazatlan bypass will
be a 4 lane highway that will connect Villa Union with
the north of the Mazatlan metropolitan area. It will also
include links to the Airport and to Mazatlan downtown.
 Benefits: The bypass will produce considerable
savings in travel time and vehicle operation costs, both
for local users and tourists that arrive in Mazatlan
airport as well as for long distance journeys.
 Regional Impact: The bypass will foster tourist
development on the northern zone of Mazatlan offering
a direct link between this area and the city airport.
Additionally it will offer a high quality connection for the
traffic coming from the Mazatlan-Durango and TepicVilla Union highways to the north of Sinaloa and
Sonora.
Delivery of proposals during the 4th
quarter of 2009
 Construction duration:
24 months
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CULIACAN BYPASS
 Length:
22.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico – Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
121.60 million dollars
 Location:
State of Sinaloa
 Expected traffic:
5,300 veh/day
 PPT model:
Asset Utilization
(North Pacific Package)
 Bidding process information:
 Description: The project is located southwest of
the city of Culiacan and will connect the MazatlanCuliacan and Culiacan-Los Mochis highways with
a new four lane road.
 Benefits: The construction of the Culiacan bypass
will ensure the continuity of the long range traffic
that will no longer travel through inner city roads.
The bypass will produce savings in journey times
and vehicle operating costs and will improve the
level of service offered to local users as well as to
long distance journeys.
 Regional Impact: The bypass will restrain the long
range traffic through Culiacan and will give
continuity to traffic flows on the main highway
corridor in the northwest region, which will
contribute to the tourist development and the
competitiveness of the agricultural and industrial
exports of the region.
Delivery of proposals during the
4th quarter of 2009
 Construction duration:
15 months
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REYNOSA BYPASS
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of finishing the
37.0 km
construction of the Reynosa bypass that starts to the
west of Reynosa, on the untolled Monterrey-Reynosa
road, and ends at the Matamoros-Reynosa road, in
the junction with the highway of the same name. It is
a 37 km two lane toll road.
 Highway corridor:
Mazatlan-Matamoros
 Investment:
91.7 million dollars
 Location:
State of Tamaulipas
 Expected traffic:
5,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(Northeast Package)
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals during the 4th
quarter of 2009
 Construction duration:
 Benefits: To prevent freight traffic through downtown
Reynosa, to reduce vehicle operating costs and
journey times, and to provide faster and better
access to the international Reynosa-Pharr
international bridge. The ring road will have a traffic
control center that will offer monitoring and
information services to users to increase safety and
the service level of the system.
 Regional Impact: Together with the construction of
other projects in the region, the bypass will contribute
to the integration and balance in the distribution of
traffic flows between the international bridges system
Reynosa-Pharr,
Reynosa-Hidalgo,
ReynosaAnzalduas and Río Bravo-Donna, which will
strengthen the transportation infrastructure for
international trade.
18 months
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GUADALAJARA BYPASS
 Length:
111 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico – Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
414.3 million dollars
 Location:
State of Jalisco
 Expected traffic:
7.300 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(South Pacific Package)
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals in December
2009
 Construction duration:
 Description : The bypass will prevent long distance
journeys through Guadalajara’s urban area. The project
consists of three sections: the stretch I starts at the
junction of Zapotlanejo, and ends at the junction of
Chapala with the Guadalajara – Chapala road; at this
point starts the stretch II, which ends at the junction of
Santa Cecilia with the Guadalajara- Colima highway;
finally, at this spot starts stretch III, which ends at the
junction of El Arenal with the Guadalajara-Tepic
highway.
 Benefits: The bypass will produce savings in journey
times and vehicle operating costs. It will improve driving
conditions in the Guadalajara urban area and will
reduce air pollution levels. It will also guarantee faster
flows and safer driving conditions for long distance
journeys.
 Regional Impact: The bypass will provide Guadalajara
with an outer highway belt that will supply a valuable
platform for local industrial plants and distribution
centers, which will in turn contribute to the economic
activity, employment and competitiveness of the
western region of the country.
24 months
14
TEPIC – COMPOSTELA HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
26.0 km
construction of a 26 km two lane highway, between
the urban zone of Tepic, Nayarit, and the new
highway to access Puerto Vallarta.
 Highway corridor:
Not part of a corridor
 Investment:
131.2 million dollars
 Location:
State of Nayarit
 Expected traffic:
2,800 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(South Pacific Package)
 Bidding process information:
 Benefits: This section will be a high specification
road that will connect Tepic and Compostela,
therefore allowing savings in journey times and
operating costs. The highway will improve the level
of service offered to users by allowing a fast flow
and safe driving conditions. The highway will
improve the level of service offered to users by
allowing faster traffic flows and safer driving
conditions.
 Regional Impact: The highway will ease the access
to the tourist destinations of the Nayarit Riviera and
Puerto Vallarta, from Tepic and points located at the
north of this city, which will promote tourist
development and the creation of jobs in the region.
Delivery of proposals in December
2009
 Construction duration:
18 months
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TEPIC BYPASS
 Length:
33.5 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico – Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
115.1 million dollars
 Location
State of Nayarit
 Expected traffic:
11,270 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(South Pacific Package)
 Description:
The project consists of the
construction of a two lane road stretch, at the
north of the city of Tepic, which will give continuity
to traffic flows through the Mexico-Nogales
corridor with a branch to Tijuana. The bypass
starts at the crossing with the federal road
Guadalajara-Tepic and ends at the junction with
the Tepic-Villa Union highway.
 Benefits: The ring road will produce savings in
journey times and vehicle operating costs. It will
also benefit the residents of Tepic, by avoiding the
long range traffic through the urban road system.
 Regional Impact: By making the long range traffic
between the center and northwestern region of the
country easier, the bypass will increase
agricultural, tourist and commercial activities in the
west of the country.
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals in December
2009
 Construction duration:
18 months
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MORELIA BYPASS
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
58.0 km
construction of a two lane bypass at the western
side of Morelia which will give continuity to the traffic
traveling on the Patzcuaro-Uruapan-Lazaro
Cardenas highway from the north and center of the
country to Michoacan and Guerrero coasts, by
enabling the vehicles to avoid crossing the capital of
that state. It starts at the Tarimbaro junction, at the
Maravatio Zapotlanejo highway and ends at the
outskirts of Patzcuaro.
 Highway corridor:
Manzanillo-Tampico with a branch to
L. Cárdenas and Ecuandureo
 Investment:
147.7 million dollars
 Location:
State of Michoacan
 Expected traffic:
5,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(Michoacan Package)
 Probable bidding process date:
Second half of 2009
 Construction duration:
 Benefits: The bypass will allow important savings in
journey times and vehicle operating costs for
journeys with origin or destination in Lazaro
Cardenas and in the Guerrero shore. It will also
enable freight traffic to avoid travelling through the
road system of Morelia.
 Regional Impact: The project will improve the
access conditions to the port of Lazaro Cardenas
and the tourist destinations along the cost of
Guerrero, especially from central and eastern
Mexico.
24 months
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PATZCUARO – URUAPAN HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project comprises widening to
56.0 km
four lanes the 56 km Patzcuaro-Uruapan highway
in the state of Michoacan, which today carries
8,600 vehicles per day, including 13% of heavy
vehicles.
 Highway corridor:
Manzanillo-Tampico with a branch to
L. Cárdenas.
 Investment:
136.2 million dollars
 Location:
State of Michoacan
 Expected traffic:
8,600 veh/day
 Benefits: Safety will be improved, and journey
times and vehicle operating costs will be reduced.
 Regional Impact: The project will expand the
capacity of the existing infrastructure to make it
suitable for the long range traffic that travels
between Lazaro Cardenas and the center of the
country and will help consolidate the touristic
potential of the state of Michoacan.
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(Michoacan Package)
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2009
 Construction duration:
24 months
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URUAPAN BYPASS
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
25.2 km
construction of a two lane bypass to improve the
flow of vehicles from the center of the state to the
Zamora area and the northeast points of
Michoacan.
 Highway corridor:
Manzanillo-Tampico with a branch to
L. Cardenas and Ecuandureo
 Investment:
74 million dollars
 Location:
State of Michoacan
 Expected traffic:
5,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
 Benefits: Reduction in journey times between
Morelia, Lazaro Cardenas, Apatzingan and the
north points of Uruapan, by avoiding to drive
through the urban zone of Uruapan.
 Regional Impact : Improvement of access to the
port of Lazaro Cardenas and to the agricultural
production zones of southwestern Michoacan
through a direct link with the northern area of the
state and the region of Guadalajara.
Asset Utilization
(Michoacan Package)
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2009
 Construction duration:
18 months
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TUXPAN-TAMPICO HIGHWAY AND THE
TAMPICO BYPASS
 Length:
235.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Veracruz-Monterrey with a branch to
Matamoros
 Investment:
625.4 million dollars
 Location:
States of Tamaulipas and Veracruz
 Expected traffic:
4,500 veh/day
 PPP model:
Public investment paid with non
budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a 246 km four lane highway,
including the construction of the bypasses of
Tampico and Tuxpan, which will improve driving
conditions along the Veracruz-Matamoros corridor,
as well as the access from the south and southeast
up to the northern border of the country.
 Benefits: Its construction will give continuity to the
long range traffic flows, reduce transportation costs
and improve the level of service. The Macro ring
road of Tampico will give continuity to the long
range traffic at the northern border of the country,
preventing its crossing through the urban area of
Tampico.
 Regional Impact: The project will boost the tourist,
industrial and commercial activities of the northern
area of the Gulf of Mexico shore and will turn it into
a highly competitive region due to its logistics and
communication potential.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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GUADALAJARA COLIMA HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists widening to four
60.0 km
lanes of the Guadalajara-Colima highway, which
includes the construction of a 10.5 meter two-lane
separated parallel body between Sayula and the
boundaries of the states of Jalisco and Colima. The
project also includes widening the bridges
Atenquique I and Atenquique II.
 Highway corridor:
Manzanillo-Tampico with a branch to
L. Cardenas and Ecuandureo
 Investment:
306.9 million dollars
 Location:
State of Jalisco
 Expected traffic:
7,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Public investment to be paid with
non budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Benefits: The widening of the highway will produce
important savings in vehicle operating costs and
journey times. The construction of a parallel body to
the existing one will increase the safety and comfort
of the journeys, and will ensure that the port of
Manzanillo has an efficient connection to the center
of the country.
 Regional Impact: Besides contributing to the
modernization of the corridor Manzanillo-Tampico,
the project will support the consolidation of
Manzanillo as an important industrial port and
tourist destination and will facilitate the economic
activity of the Colima-Ciudad Guzman corridor.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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INDIOS VERDES – SANTA CLARA LINK
 Length:
6.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico - Tuxpam
 Investment:
305.7 million dollars
 Location:
Mexico City and the State of Mexico
 Expected traffic:
30,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Public investment to be paid with
non budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
First half of2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
 Description: The project consists of the construction
of a 6 km eight lane road, from Insurgentes Avenue
(between the streets of Montevideo and Ticoman) in
Mexico City (Federal District) to the Santa Clara
junction , in the State of Mexico, where the MexicoPachuca highway starts. The project includes the
construction of a junction in each end of the stretch,
two bridges and a tunnel along the right of way of the
national electricity company.
 Benefits: The project will improve traffic conditions
between Mexico City, Pachuca, Tulancingo and the
northern exits of the Mexico City Metropolitan Area,
reducing journey times and offering an alternative
route. The project will also contribute to reducing the
emission of pollutants in northern Mexico City.
 Regional Impact: It will eliminate an important
bottleneck in the northern access to Mexico City. It will
also promote the economic and social development of
the northeast of the State of Mexico, the center and
east of Hidalgo, the north of Puebla and Veracruz and
the south of Tamaulipas by providing them with a
direct access to the capital city of the country.
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ESTACION DON – NOGALES HIGHWAY
 Length:
468.5 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico – Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
267.5 million dollars
 Location:
State of Sonora
 Expected traffic:
6,300 veh/day
 PPP model:
Public investment to be paid with
non budgetary resources
 Description: The project consists of modernizing
the Estacion Don-Nogales highway, widening its
two bodies to 10.50 meters, including structures
and drainage works, as well as reconstructing the
pavement where the level of service is not
satisfactory.
 Benefits: The modernization of the highway will
benefit the residents of Sonora, since the highway
is the north-south communication axis of the state.
It will increase traffic safety and reduce vehicle
operating costs.
 Regional Impact: Besides its positive contribution
to communicating the different regions of Sonora,
the highway will reduce transportation costs for
agricultural products to be exported from the south
of Sonora and north of Sinaloa to the United
States.
 Bidding process information:
Starting in 2010
 Construction duration:
36 months
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CHAMAPA-LECHERIA HIGHWAY
 Length:
27.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Outside corridors
 Investment:
91.7 million dollars
 Location:
State of Mexico
 Expected traffic:
30,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
 Description: The project consists of widening
selected stretches of the existing 27 km six lane
highway, as well as improving access points and
toll booths to improve service conditions offered to
users.
 Benefits: To improve quality of service provided
to users, considering the increase in demand, and
to reduce the amount of time spent on toll
payments.
 Regional Impact: To ease congestion at the west
of the Mexico City Metropolitan Area, to reduce the
loss of man-hours, and to lower the emission of
pollutants.
Public investment to be paid with
non budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
24
ACAPULCO BYPASS
 Length:
67.7 km.
 Highway corridor:
Acapulco-Cuernavaca
 Investment:
264.7 million dollars
 Location:
 Description:
The
project
consists
of
communicating the Cuernavaca-Acapulco highway
with destinations along the coast of Guerrero. This
includes two 2-lane bypasses, to the west and
east of the Cuernavaca –Acapulco highway.
 Benefits: The construction of these ring roads will
allow the development of new tourist attractions
along the shore of the state of Guerrero.
State of Guerrero
 Regional Impact: Both bypasses will boost the
 Expected traffic:
touristic development of Guerrero and will
encourage economic activities and job creation in
this state.
1400 veh/day in the western section
and 150 veh/day in the eastern
section of the bypass
 PPP model:
Public investment to be paid with non
budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
25
LA PERA – CUAUTLA HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of widening the
27.0 km
27 kilometers La Pera-Cuautla toll highway from 10
to 21 meters to host four lanes with lateral road
shoulders. The modernization includes the
expansion of the toll booth zone and the
construction of two junctions to make the access to
Tepotzotlan and Oaxtepec easier.
 Highway corridor:
Acapulco-Veracruz
 Investment:
65.2 million dollars
 Location:
State of Morelos
 Expected traffic:
9,700 veh/day
 PPP model:
Public investment to be paid with
non budgetary resources
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Benefits: The modernization of this highway will
reduce journey times and improve the levels of
safety for users that travel to the spas and tourist
centers of the east region of Morelos, especially
during weekends, and will contribute to a larger
tourist activity in this region.
 Regional Impact: The suggested work will
eliminate a bottleneck in the access from
Cuernavaca and Mexico City to the recreational
centers of the east of Morelos and at the same
time will facilitate access to Cuautla and other
points in the south of the state of Puebla.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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MITLA –TEHUANTEPEC HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: To widen, build, exploit operate,
169.0 km
maintain the 169 km Mitla-Tehuantepec federal road
located in the state of Oaxaca as a concession
through Private Service Contracts.
 Highway corridor:
Puebla – Oaxaca –Hidalgo City
 Investment:
 Benefits: The highway will connect the city of
Oaxaca with the Tehuantepec Isthmus and nearby
regions. It will foster economic development, having
high impact in the region and in the communities
located in its influence zones and in the regions it
connects. This project will benefit the Isthmus of
Tehuantepec zone, which has a population of 674
thousand inhabitants, to whom it will provide a high
specification access to the capital of Oaxaca.
557.9 million dollars
 Location:
State of Oaxaca
 Expected traffic:
2,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Service Rendering Project (PPS by
its acronym in Spanish)
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals during the 4th
quarter of 2009
 Construction duration:

Regional Impact: It will allow better connectivity
between the industrial port of Salina Cruz and the
center of the state of Oaxaca. In addition, it will
improve the access to the zone of the Isthmus of
Tehuantepec, as well as to the Mixe zone of the
northeast of Oaxaca. Finally, it will provide a high
specification link to the trans isthmus corridor.
40 months
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CABO SAN LUCAS – SAN JOSE DEL CABO
HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of building a new
44.0 km
44 km four lane road along the tourist corridor of
Los Cabos. It includes the construction of a bypass
from Cabo San Lucas to connect the Todos SantosCabo San Lucas road with the ring road of San
Jose del Cabo. It will include two branches towards
the coast, to give access to intermediate spots
between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo.
 Highway corridor:
Trans Peninsula of Baja California
 Investment:
191.1 million dollars
 Location:
South Baja California
 Expected traffic:
7,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Concession with Assets
 Bidding process information:
First half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
 Benefits: The ring road will speed up the
communication between San Jose del Cabo and
Los Cabos to improve access to Los Cabos airport.
Since it will be constructed in superior heights than
the current route, it will release lands with beach
fronts for tourist use, which will increase the
attraction of Los Cabos as a high quality tourist
destination.
 Regional Impact: This project will foster the
economic and touristic development of the south of
the state, including the zones located north from
Cabo San Lucas, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
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PALMILLAS-APASEO EL GRANDE HIGHWAY
 Length:
80.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico -Ciudad Juarez
 Investment:
245.5 million dollars
 Location:
States of Queretaro and Guanajuato
 Expected traffic
8,000 veh/day
 PPP model
Concession with Assets
 Bidding process dinformation:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months

Description: The project consists of building a
four lane highway for long journeys towards the
west of the country. This new road would function
as an alternate route to the Mexico-Queretaro
highway in its Palmillas-Queretaro stretch.
 Benefits: The road will speed up journeys
between the center and the west of the country by
avoiding passing through the corridor San Juan
del Rio-Queretaro and the city of Queretaro, and
at the same time will contribute to reduce
congestion in both corridor as well as in urban
roads.
 Regional Impact: The highway will significantly
shorten trip distance between the south zone of
the Bajio and the Mexico City Metropolitan Area.
In conjunction with the Mexico City Metropolitan
Area northern bypass, it will generate new routes
in the center of the country and promote the
creation of new economic activities.
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LAGUNA VERDE – GUTIERREZ ZAMORA
HIGHWAY
 Length:
126.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Veracruz-Monterrey
 Investment:
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a 126 km four lane highway along
the Gulf of Mexico coast, in the state of Veracruz,
in order to improve the communication between
Veracruz, Tuxpan and Tampico.
 Benefits: The project will speed up journeys along
State of Veracruz
the coast corridor and towards the north of the
state; it will promote economic and touristic
development of the area and will reduce accidents
in the region.
 Expected traffic:
 Regional Impact: The highway will facilitate the
420.4 million dollars
 Location:
7,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Concession with Assets
 Bidding process information:
communication along the shore of the Gulf of
Mexico and will improve the connectivity between
the south-southeast region of Mexico and the north
of the country. It will also promote the development
of the height ports of Veracruz, Tuxpan and
Tampico-Altamira.
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
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CHAMPOTON-VILLA MADERO HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of widening the
18.0 km
existing four lane highway in the stretch
Champoton-Villa Madero, so that it includes two
parallel sections of 10.50 meters wide each.
 Highway corridor:
Puebla-Progreso
 Investment:
1.76 million dollars
 Location:
State of Campeche
 Expected traffic:
4,900 veh/day
 PPP model:
 Benefits: The project will increase safety and
quality of service and will help promote the
touristic development of the region.
 Regional Impact: The project will contribute to
strengthen and diversify the economy of
Campeche, allowing the exploitation of its tourism
potential. It will also facilitate the communication
among the main population centers along the Gulf
of Mexico.
Concession with Assets
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
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CHAMPOTON BYPASS
 Length:
 Description: The project forms part of the corridor
17.0 km
Puebla-Progreso and consists of the construction
of the 13 km Champoton bypass on the
Campeche-Ciudad del Carmen road, including a
correction of the outline to facilitate the tourist
development of Playa Esmeralda.
 Highway corridor:
Puebla-Progreso
 Investment:
38.2 million dollars
 Location:
State of Campeche
 Expected traffic:
2,500 veh/day
 PPP model:
Concession with Assets
 Bidding process information:
 Benefits: The project will increase safety and
comfort of users that travel along the shore of the
Gulf of Mexico and facilitate the tourist
development of Playa Esmeralda and Campeche.
 Regional Impact: The ring road will contribute to
strengthen and diversify the economy of
Campeche, by allowing the exploitation of its tourist
potential. It will also facilitate the communication
between the main population centers located along
the Gulf of Mexico.
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
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CIUDAD VALLES / TAMUIN RING ROAD
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
50.0 km
construction of a 50 km two lane, type A2 ring
road. The project includes 4 bridges, 19 vehicle
underpasses and 5 junctions.
 Highway corridor:
Manzanillo-Tampico with a branch to
L. Cardenas and Ecuandureo.
 Investment:
114.6 million dollars
 Location:
State of San Luis Potosi
 Expected traffic:
2,200 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals during the 4th
quarter of 2009
 Benefits: The project will produce journey time
savings for long distance journeys, a reduction in
vehicle operating costs, an increase in driving
safety both inside as well as outside the city, and a
more efficient communication between the center
of the country and Tampico.
 Regional Impact: This project will complement
the actions that are being taken in the ManzanilloTampico corridor to improve the access between
the Pacific and the center of the country with the
Gulf of Mexico. In particular, it will provide an
efficient access to the port of Tampico-Altamira,
which will expand the hinterland covered by this
port, especially in the center-north of Mexico.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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SALAMANCA-LEON HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
80.0 km
construction of an alternate 85 km four lane to the
untolled road that currently connects Salamanca,
Irapuato, Silao and Leon. It will be a 85 km four
lane, highway running between the junction of
Cerro Gordo, on the Queretaro-Irapuato highway,
and the Leon-Aguascalientes highway, in the
south of the city of Leon.
 Highway corridor:
Querétaro-Ciudad Juarez
 Investment:
230.2 million dollars
 Location:
State of Guanajuato
 Expected traffic:
5,900 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession
 Bidding process information:
April 27, 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
 Benefits: The project will improve driving
conditions in the central region of Guanajuato. It
will also improve access in the SalamancaIrapuato-Silao-Leon corridor and will improve
access to the industrial, commercial and
agricultural industrial zones along the corridor.
 Regional Impact: The highway will integrate a
high specification road axis from Morelia in
Michoacan, up to Aguascalientes and many spots
in the north of that city. This north-south axis
through the Bajio region will re-establish the
communication options of one of the most active
and dynamic regions of Mexico.
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CUAPIAXTLA-CUACNOPALAN HIGHWAY
 Length:
74.0 km
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a two lane highway between
Cuapiaxtla and Cuacnopalan, to connect the
corridor of the High Plateau with the PueblaCordoba and Cuacnopalan-Oaxaca highways.
 Highway corridor:
Not part of a corridor
 Investment:
111.3 million dollars
 Location:
States of Puebla and Tlaxcala
 Expected traffic:
6,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession

Benefits: To improve the integration of zones
traditionally not well connected, to ease its future
economic development and their integration to
other regions of the country.
 Regional Impact: The project will speed up long
range traffic towards the south of Puebla and
detonate the logistic potential of the region, as well
as increase the coverage of the road connections
with the state of Oaxaca.
 Bidding process information:
Second semester of 2010
 Construction duration:
14 months
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CIUDAD JUAREZ BYPASS AND GUADALUPE –
TORNILLO INTERNATIONAL BRIDGE
 Length:
32.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Queretaro-Ciudad Juarez
 Investment:
92.1 million dollars
 Location:
State of Chihuahua
 Expected traffic:
5,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession
 Bidding process information:
Second semester of 2010
 Construction duration:
18 months
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a 32 km two lane access between
the highways Chihuahua-Ciudad Juarez and
Ciudad Juarez-El Porvenir, in order to improve the
long range access to the Mexico–U.S.A border.
The project includes the construction of an access
to the border port and the Mexican part of the
Guadalupe-Tornillo bridge.
 Benefits: It will improve the access for the long
range traffic flow to the northern national border
and will increase the installed capacity for the
border crossings. The ring road will avoid the long
range traffic through the city of Ciudad Juarez,
which will reduce operating costs and travel times.
 Regional Impact: The project will offer a new
border crossing option in the east side of Ciudad
Juarez and with it an international bridge system
will be articulated. In coordination with priority
projects in the state of Texas, this project will
improve the interconnection of the Mexico-US
transport corridor.
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MEXICO CITY SOUTHERN BYPASS (LA VENTA-TOPILEJOCHALCO) WITH A BRANCH TO ATLIXCO - SAN MARTIN
TEXMELUCAN AND PUEBLA SOUTHERN BYPASS
 Total length:
235.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Mexico- Puebla-Oaxaca-Ciudad
Hidalgo
 Investment:
1,938.5 million dollars
 Location:
States of Mexico, Puebla, Morelos
and Mexico City
 Expected traffic:
Between 5,000 and 30,000 veh/day
in the different sections of the project
 PPP model:
Individual concession
 Bidding process information:
First semester of 2011
 Construction duration:
36 months
 Description: The first 25 kilometers (La VentaTopilejo stretch) will consist of six lanes with an initial
30,000 vehicles. The stretch Topilejo-Chalco will be
51 km long and will consist of four lanes. The branch
to Atlixco and to San Martin Texmelucan will consist
of 114 km and four lanes with an expected traffic of
8,000 vehicles. The Puebla south ring road will be
45 km long on 2 lanes, and estimates a flow of
5,000 vehicles .
 Benefits: The project will offer alternatives to free
the cities of Mexico and Puebla from through traffic
and interconnect the zones of the southeast south,
east and west of the country. It will avoid the
crossing of long range journeys through the urban
zone, giving a connection between the following
highways: Mexico-Puebla, Puebla-Cuautla, State of
Mexico exterior ring road, Mexico-Cuernavaca,
Mexico-Toluca and Chamapa-Lecheria.
 Regional Impact: The project will integrate a huge
circumvallation ring to the Mexico City Metropolitan
Area, and together with the North Ring Road will
state deep transformations in travelling and activity
location in a broad area of the central region of
Mexico.
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JALA – COMPOSTELA – PUERTO VALLARTA
HIGHWAY
 Length:
166.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Not part of a corridor
 Investment:
814.5 million dollars
 Location:
States of Jalisco and Nayarit
 Expected traffic:
2,500 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual concession
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a 130 km four lane highway from
Jala, over the Guadalajara-Tepic highway, to the
Puerto Vallarta junction.
 Benefits: The project will provide an efficient
access from the center of the country as far as
Puerto Vallarta and the Nayarit Riviera. It will
reduce current journey times, especially during the
vacation period, and increase safety. It will also
eliminate a bottle neck at the access to Puerto
Vallarta and will promote its development as
weekend destination..
 Regional Impact: The project will make the access
from the center of the country towards the tourist
destinies of the Nayarit Coast and Puerto Vallarta
easier, promoting the regional development and
opening new tourist markets in a zone with an
ample national and international projection.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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ATIZAPAN – ATLACOMULCO HIGHWAY
 Length:
 Description: The project consists of the
80.0 km
construction of a 80 km six and four lane highway
in isolated stretches to give a new exit towards the
west for the traffic of the Mexico City Metropolitan
Area.
 Highway corridor:
Mexico–Nogales with a branch to
Tijuana
 Investment:
291.6 million dollars
 Location:
State of Mexico
 Expected traffic:
10,000 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual concession
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Benefits: The project will offer the user a direct
exit from the northeast of the Mexico City
Metropolitan Area to Morelia, Guadalajara and
points at the west of the country, and will count
with the missing link of the direct route between
Mexico and Guadalajara.
 Regional Impact: Together with the AtlacomulcoMaravatio, Maravatio-Guadalajara, ChamapaLecheria and Mexico City North Ring Road, the
project will contribute to a better articulation of the
central region of Mexico. At the same time it will
promote the consolidation of the Atlacomulco
region as a neuralgic point for transportation and
economical activity in the center of the country.
 Construction duration:
24 months
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CUERNAVACA BYPASS
 Length:
34.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Acapulco-Veracruz
 Investment:
214.8 million dollars
 Location:
State of Morelos
 Expected traffic:
6,900 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
 Description: The project consists in building a
four lane bypass at the northeast of the city of
Cuernavaca, in the state of Morelos, to give
continuity to the traffic towards destinations
located at the south of the city. Its draft starts over
the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway, in the north of
the urban zone of Cuernavaca, and ends at the
south of Alpuyeca, over the Cuernavaca-Acapulco
highway.
 Benefits: The project will separate the long range
highway flows from the local flows of the city of
Cuernavaca. By doing it, time and journey costs
for long distance journeys will decrease and it will
increase traffic safety and air quality in the urban
zone of Cuernavaca.
 Regional Impact: This highway will reduce in half
an hour the journey time between Mexico City and
Acapulco, which will potentiate the tourist
development of the south of Guerrero. It will also
improve local flows in Cuernavaca and increase
the efficiency of the traffic within the city.
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TEZIUTLAN – NAUTLA HIGHWAY
 Length:
80.0 km
 Highway corridor:
Not part of a corridor
 Investment:
149 million dollars
 Location:
States of Puebla and Veracruz
 Expected traffic:
2,800 veh/day
 PPP model:
Individual Concession
 Description: The project consists of the
construction of a 80 km two lane highway with a
stretch of 35 km in the state of Puebla and another
one of 45 km in Veracruz.
 Benefits: The highway will facilitate access from
the Puebla northern Sierra to the Gulf of Mexico. It
will reduce vehicle operating costs and journey
times, and will provide higher safety to journeys
originated or with destination in the central and
western zones of the state of Puebla and north of
Veracruz.
 Regional Impact: This project will improve access
between high potential agricultural and touristic
zones and contribute to the economic activity and
employment in Puebla and Veracruz.
 Bidding process information:
Second half of 2010
 Construction duration:
24 months
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Railroad Bypasses
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MANZANILLO RAILWAY BYPASS
 Length:
Railroad Bypass 11.5 km
Railroad Tunnel 2.2 km

Description: The project consists of a railroad
bypass, a railroad tunnel, the construction of a
railway viaduct (Omega Project) and a multimode
project (designed for the long term, 15 to 20 years).

Benefits: To allow the development of the natural
gas plant of the Federal Electricity Commission, solve
the road problem of the city of Manzanillo, improve
the urban and industrial infrastructure, and improve
quality of life.
 Corridor:
Manzanillo – Mexico City
 Investment:
276.6 million dollars*
 Location:
State of Colima
 Expected traffic:
2.7 million TEU per year
 PPP model:
Public investment
 Bidding process information:
 Regional Impact: The infrastructure that is being
built in this project will allow the eventual growth of
the port and the development of a multimodal project
of huge dimensions. It is foreseen that the port might
achieve the capacity to handle around 2.7 million
TEU per year, once the expansion of the north zone
of the port is operating. At the same time, it allows to
establish favorable conditions for investment.
6 October 2009
 Construction duration:
Until May 2011
*Exchange rate: 13 pesos
mexicanos per United
States dollar
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TAPACHULA RAILWAY BYPASS
 Length:
11.1 km

Description: Construction of 11.1 kilometers of
railways to the west of the city of Tapachula, with the
construction of a bridge over the river Coatan and a
vehicle underpass at the highway that connects
Tapachula with Puerto Chiapas. The project also
considers the acquisition of the right of way, the
construction of dirt roads and drainage works along
the route and the installation of the rails .

Benefits: The railroad will avoid passing through
Tapachula. It will reduce time losses significantly for
the inhabitants of Tapachula, which is caused by
traffic and railroad operation. It will also reduce the
emission of pollutants, will allow savings in the
operation costs of the railway and will increase the
efficiency in the transportation of goods.

Regional Impact: It will provide higher efficiency
conditions in the transportation of goods in the region
and considers the future industrial development and
the demand for mobility that will be reflected in the
railroad. At the same time, it will establish better
conditions to encourage investment in the region and
the creation of jobs.
 Corridor:
Chiapas - Mayab
 Investment:
21.25 million dollars
 Location:
State of Chiapas
 Expected traffic:
TBD
 PPP model:
Public investment (through the FIT)
 Bidding process information:
TBD
 Construction duration:
Until December 2010
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CELAYA RAILWAY BYPASS
 Length:
23.4 km for Line “A”
27.7 km for Line “NB”
Total: 51 km

Description: Design and construction of a railroad
bypass system around the urban area of Celaya; a
new exchange yard that substitutes the one operating
today, a park for automobile industry suppliers and an
intermodal terminal for the handling of fiscal cargo
and domestic traffic.

Benefits: Decrease time lost due to the traffic
congestion and the exchange of trains, reduce the
number of accidents avoiding the crossing of the
railroad over more than 18 dangerous crossings,
improve efficiency and competitiveness in the
transportation of goods.

Regional Impact: The project considers the
installation of future industrial parks that will benefit
with the new tracing out of the railways, without
compromising the wellbeing of the urban zone. It will
encourage more investment in the region and will
exploit the economic potential of Guanajuato; and it
will allow the expansion of the capacity of the railroad
in the future, enabling a higher coverage in the
coming years.
 Corridor:
Lazaro Cardenas – Laredo
Manzanillo – Mexico City
 Investment:
184.6 million dollars*
 Location:
State of Guanajuato
 Expected traffic:
TBD
 PPP model:
Public investment: Federal and local
government, and private
 Bidding process information:
4th quarter 2009 (studies)
2nd quarter 2010 (tender)
a San Luis Potosí
 Construction duration:
2010-2012
a Querétaro
a Irapuato
*Exchange rate: 13 pesos
mexicanos per United
States dollar
Línea “A” de Ferromex
Línea “NB” de KCSM
Libramiento Ferromex
Libramiento KCSM
Vías de Intercambio
Zona urbana
Patios actuales
a Lázaro Cárdenas
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CIUDAD JUAREZ RAILWAY BYPASS
(Paso del Norte integral railroad project)
 Length:

Description: The project consists of i) Santa Teresa
Project: railroad bypass San Jeronimo-Santa Teresa
(63 km) and border crossing at the Santa Teresa
location; and ii) Ciudad Juarez Project: uban railway
coexistence works (vehicle underpasses and
pedestrian passes) and hydraulic work.

Benefits: An increase in railroad operating time
through the new border crossing to 24 hours (the
actual crossing operates 8 hours), fluidity and safety
to railroad operations, an improvement in the
exchange of goods between Mexico and the U.S.,
and a reduction in traffic congestion that is caused
by the passing of the railroad through the urban
zone.

Regional Impact: Encouragement of economic,
industrial and social development by producing the
reactivation of this transportation infrastructure for
exporting to the U.S. and Canada. At the same
time, to encourage and attract the investment in this
region, creating new employment sources.
63 km (ring road)
 Corridor:
Mexico – Ciudad Juárez
 Investment:
168 million dollars.
Mexican side): 90 mill Sta. Teresa
project, 78 mill Cd. Juarez project
 Location:
State of Chihuahua
 PPP model:
Public investment: Federal, local
and municipal financing and a
Concession.
 Bidding process information:
TBD
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MATAMOROS RAILWAY BYPASS
 Length:
10 km (excluding rail yard)

Description: The project consists of the construction
of a railroad bypass to divert traffic from the
Matamoros – Brownsville corridor towards the west of
the urban area. The project also includes the
modernization of the Mazatlan-Matamoros highway
that connects the Pacific with the Gulf of Mexico.

Benefits: An increase in rail productivity, elimination
of bottlenecks at level crossings, a reduction in
vehicle and rail operating costs, a substantial
increase in safety by avoiding conflicts between road
and rail vehicles as well as avoiding a vehicle-mix
between long distance and local journeys in the
Matamoros urban area.

Regional Impact: The project will foster industrial
development and will set up a new configuration on
the B&M international bridge to allow express
crossings for SENTRI-type light vehicles. This project
will be a key to increase the level of cross-border
traffic by improving the efficiency of the logistic
channels in the northern region of the continent.
 Corridor:
Mazatlan - Matamoros
 Investment:
55.7 million dollars*
 Location:
Municipality of Matamoros,
Tamaulipas
 Expected traffic:
TBD
 PPP model:
Asset Utilization
(Tamaulipas Northeast package)
 Bidding process information:
Delivery of proposals in December
2009
 Construction duration:
24 months, December 2011.
*Exchange rate: 13 pesos
mexicanos per United
States dollar
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Airports
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RIVIERA MAYA AIRPORT
 Capacity:

Description: Construction of a new airport, category
OACI “4E”. It includes the construction of the
terminal building, a runway, taxiing runways,
platform, operation areas, CREI (rescue team), fuel
station and control tower.

Benefits: Reduction in journey times, avoiding road
transportation from Cancun or Cozumel to the
destinations in the Maya Riviera. At the same time, it
will allow the diversification of the airport service
offer in a region with a tourist runway with a dynamic
growth.

Regional Impact: A higher accessibility to the
region, support for the development of an
international tourist attraction pole and the creation,
of both direct and indirect jobs.
3 million passengers per year (initially)
 Runway length:
3,450 m
 Location:
State of Quintana Roo: Playa del
Carmen (Solidaridad and Tulum
municipalities)
 Investment:
233 million dollars (airport complex
and access roads)
 Expected traffic:
700 thousand passengers per year
(first year)
 PPP model:
Concession: private investment
 Bidding process information:
Note: The Isla Mujeres-Cancun-Cozumel-Tulum corridor
is the most important tourist destination of Mexico. It
consists of a demand of 9 million visitor, and it is
foreseen that this demand will increase to 17.9 million
tourists in 2025.
In process
 Construction duration:
2 years
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PALENQUE NEW AIRPORT
 Capacity:
300,000 annual passengers

 Runway length:
2,500 m x 45 m
 Location:
 Benefits: Coverage expansion and improvement in
the quality of the infrastructure and air transportation
services. Savings in time, by changing the way
passengers are being transported.
State of Chiapas (Palenque)
 Investment:
60 million dollars (plus cost of land
acquisition)
 Expected traffic:
Description: Construction of a New Airport with a
capacity of 300,000 passengers per year, including:
platform and runways, terminal building (2,500 m2)
and complementary infrastructure.

Regional Impact: An increase in air transportation
competitiveness regarding infrastructure and airport
services.
300,000 annual passengers
 PPP model:
Public investment (through a Society
of Stately Majority Participation):
51% Chiapas and 49% ASA. Bidding
process is not taking place because
the concession was assigned to de
state of Chiapas government.
 Construction duration:
2010 - 2012
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Suburban Railway
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SYSTEM 2 OF THE MEXICO CITY METROPOLITAN
AREA SUBURBAN RAILWAY
(MARTIN CARRERA - JARDINES DE MORELOS)
 Length:
Martin Carrera – Jardines de Morelos: 
26 km
 Route:
Martin Carrera – Jardines de Morelos
 Investment:
870 million dollars (under review)
 Location:
Mexico City and the State of Mexico
 Expected traffic:
79 million passengers per year

Description: The project consists of a suburban
electric and confined train (using existing railway
infrastructure). It includes the construction of stations,
transfer centers, vehicular, pedestrian and railroad
bridges, and complementary works.
Benefits: It will improve the quality of life through time
savings in a round trip of 1 hr 14 min. It will also reduce
road congestion at the Mexico-Pachuca road in the
stretch of Indios Verdes-Ecatepec; and will reduce air
pollution and fuel consumption.
 Regional Impact: Integration of the Northeast Zone of
the Federal District and the South of the State of
Mexico, as well as the creation of jobs.
 PPP model:
Concession: Public (Federal and
State of Mexico) and private
investment
 Bidding process information:
In process (on hold)
 Construction duration:
24 months
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SYSTEM 3 OF THE MEXICO CITY METROPOLITAN
AREA SUBURBAN RAILWAY
(CHALCO - LA PAZ - NEZAHUALCOYOTL)
 Length:
Chalco-La Paz: 13.68 km
La Paz-Nezahualcoyotl :18.45 km
Total: 32.43 km

Description: Massive railroad passenger
transportation system, electrified and confined
(using existing railway infrastructure). It includes the
construction of stations, transfer centers, vehicular,
pedestrian
and
railroad
bridges,
and
complementary works.

Benefits: Journey time savings (1 hr 20 min), it will
contribute to solve road congestion at the MexicoPuebla highway and federal road, in the stretch
between the La Paz Subway station and the zone
of the Valley of Chalco. It will also contribute to
reduce air pollution and fuel consumption.

Regional Impact: Job creation, integration of the
different areas of the Metropolitan Zone of the
Valley of Mexico.
 Route:
Chalco – La Paz – Nezahualcoyotl
 Investment:
1,305 million dollars
 Location:
State of Mexico
 Expected traffic:
110 million passengers per year
 PPP model:
Concession: Public (Federal and
State of Mexico) and private
investment
 Bidding process information:
In process
 Construction duration:
24 months
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Ports
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SPECIALIZED CONTAINER TERMINAL II IN
MANZANILLO
 Surface:
 Description: Award of a partial cession of rights
77.9 has. and 1,080 meters of
dock length
and obligations contract for the construction,
equipment, use, operation and exploitation of the
second Specialized Container Terminal (TEC II), in
the northern zone of the port precinct of Manzanillo.
 Investment:
512 million dollars

Benefits: Consolidation of Manzanillo as the main
port of the country for container cargo in order to
meet the demand for the Mexican world commerce
of the Asia-Pacific region and count with the
required infrastructure to host vessels of larger
dimensions; offering safety to ships and cargo.
Manzanillo handled 1 million 409 thousand TEU in
2008, which represents 43% of the total of
containers at the national level and 68% of the
pacific shore.

Regional Impact: The reactivation of local and
regional trade will consolidate Manzanillo as the
regional Hub Port (ferrying). Generation of 1,500
direct and 4,500 indirect jobs.
 Location:
State of Colima (Manzanillo
Port)
 Expected capacity:
1.8 Million TEUs per year
 Financing source:
Private investment, with a
partial cession of rights and
obligations contract
 Bidding award:
November 30, 2009
 Opening:
2012
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SPECIALIZED CONTAINER TERMINAL II IN
LAZARO CARDENAS
 Surface:

102 hectare and 1,485 meters for
docking
 Investment:
440 million dollars
 Location:
 Benefits: A competitive infrastructure to meet the demand
for national and international container activity. It will offer
operative performance with international standards and
will increase the operation of the logistic runway AsiaPacific/North America, turning Mexico into a
transcontinental logistics platform.
State of Michoacan (Lazaro
Cardenas Port)
 Expected capacity:
2 million TEUs per year
 Financing source:
Private investment, with a partial
cession of rights and obligations
contract
 Probable bidding process date:
Description: The project includes the construction,
operation, and exploitation of a Specialized Container
Terminal at the Port of Lazaro Cardenas, which will
increase total installed capacity from 2 to 4 million TEUs
per year. The port counts with a strategic railroad
connection for the intermodal links to North America.

Regional Impact: The creation of more than 2,900 direct
and more than 13,000 indirect jobs, as well as the
development of businesses that will give an added value
to the port logistics. The project will also contribute to the
social, urban, economic and technological development of
the region, derived from the development of the port
2010
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MULTIPLE USE TERMINAL (TUM) IN
MAZATLAN
 Surface:

Description: Modernization of the current terminal of
multiple uses (TUM) through the reconstruction of a
dock, the creation of a specialized area for the
handling of containers and the acquisition of port
equipment.

Benefits: To transform Mazatlan port into a logistics
alternative for the international market, taking
advantage of its closeness to important production
and consumption centers of the north of the country.
Besides, with the conclusion of the DurangoMazatlan highway, the multimodal corridor MazatlanMatamoros will be exploited for the benefit of the
region.

Regional Impact: The TUMmodernization and the
conclusion of the Durango-Mazatlan highway, forms
part of the logistics project of the multimodal corridor
Mazatlan-Matamoros (Monterrey, Laredo, Piedras
Negras), expanding considerably the influence zone
of the port. The development of international
transport will also benefit including the railroad to
Mexicali in Baja California, Nogales in Sonora, and
Ciudad Juarez and Ojinaga in Chihuahua.
15.3 hectare
 Investment:
40 million dollars
 Location:
State of Sinaloa (Mazatlan Port)
 Expected capacity:
60 thousand TEUs per year
 Financing source:
Private investment, with a partial
cession of rights and obligations
contract
 Bidding process information:
2010
 Opening:
2012
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SPECIALIZED CONTAINER TERMINAL IN
GUAYMAS
 Surface:
 Description: A Specialized Container Terminal (TEC)
at the port of Guaymas that would form part of the
project of the multimodal corridors Guaymas-Arizona
and Guaymas-Mexicali. Besides the operation of the
TEC, the contract includes the maneuvers service
benefit for containers in docks 2, 3 and 4 (adjacent to
the future terminal) that today is operated by API.
5.34 hectare and 320 meters for
docking
 Investment:
50 million dollars
 Location:
State of Sonora (Guaymas Port)

Benefits:. The diversification of the businesses of the
port, as well as an increase in international trade with
origin or destination in Asia and North America. Also,
the project will promote the handling of cargo through
the logistics options in the Guaymas-Arizona and
Guaymas-Mexicali corridors

Regional Impact: It would forecast regional
economic development, as a result of direct and
indirect job creation.
 Expected capacity:
175 thousand TEUs per year (1st
stage)
 Financing source:
Private investment, with a partial
cession of rights and obligation
contract
 Bidding process information:
March, 2010
 Opening: 2012
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EXPANSION OF THE NORTH ZONE OF THE
PORT OF VERACRUZ
 Surface:

Description: The project comprises of the construction
of the natural expansion of the port of Veracruz in the
north zone, including specialized terminals for
containers, agricultural and mineral bulk, fluids and
vehicles. It includes breakwaters, dredging, filling and
docks for 37 new dockage positions.

Benefits: To meet the demand for maritime
transportation in the shore of the Gulf of Mexico/Atlantic
Ocean, for exterior commerce of the central region of
Mexico, as well as to develop logistic activity areas. With
this project the future growth of the port of Veracruz will
be viable. It will reduce the level of saturation and will
ease congestion at docks and storage. It will improve
the operation efficiency and productivity.

Regional Impact: The project of the expansion of the
port of Veracruz will have a high regional impact, mainly
in the states of Veracruz, State of Mexico, Federal
District, Morelos, Puebla, Queretaro, Hidalgo and Nuevo
Leon.
950 hectare
 Investment:
4,100 million dollars
Public: 1,410 million dollars
Private: 2,690 million dollars
 Location:
State of State of Veracruz (Port of
Veracruz)
 Expected capacity:
95 million tons per year
 Breakwater length:
8.0 km
 Bidding process information:
2010
 Construction duration:
4 years
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DREDGING OF THE CUYUTLAN LAGOON,
(SECOND STAGE)
 Volume:

Description: Works for the Liquefied Natural Gas
Station of the Federal Commission of Electricity (CFE).
The second dredging phase of the access navigation
channel areas will be programmed, as well as the
turning and maneuvering of basins, the vegetation
zones authorized for the ground use change, with a
volume of 12.2 million cubic meters, at a depth of 15.0
m, dumping part of the material 4.0 nautical miles far of
the shore, as well as the deposit on ground of the rest
of the material.

Benefits: With these works the construction of the
operation water areas will be concluded for the
navigation and maneuvers of the vessels that will
supply the liquefied natural gas .

Regional Impact: The project of the Liquefied Natural
Gas Terminal will allow the supply of this fuel to the
western region of the country, especially for the electric
energy generation through the thermo electrical
facilities the Federal Commission of Electricity
operates in the region, with the consequent energy
saving and the decrease of the pollution levels

.
12,201,000 m3
 Project:
To build a Liquefied Natural Gas
Station in Manzanillo
 Investment:
250 million dollars
 Location:
State of Colima
 Expected size of vessels:
With a capacity of 200,000 m3 of
Gas
 Financing source:
Fiscal resources (2009- 2011)
through a public work contract
 Bidding process information:
February 25, 2010
 Construction duration:
Manzanillo
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CONSTRUCTION OF A MARGINAL
PROTECTION AT THE CUYUTLAN LAGOON
 Length:

Description: The project is located in the Cuyutlan
Lagoon in Manzanillo, State of Colima. The project
includes construction work for the Liquefied Natural
Gas Terminal of the Federal Electricity Commission
(CFE). The construction of the marginal protection with
a total length of 2.08 km conformed of a rock basis, will
protect both margins of the main channel of the access
main channel to the port installations of the Cuyutlan
Lagoon.

Benefits: These protection structures will allow the
access in adequate operation conditions during the
365 days of the year even under extreme wind and
wave conditions, protecting at the same time the
taluses of the navigation channel.

Regional Impact: The Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal
will allow the supply of this fuel to the western region of
the country, especially for the electric energy
generation through the thermo electrical facilities the
Federal Commission of Electricity operates in the
region, with the consequent energy saving and the
decrease in pollution levels
Este margin: 1.01 Km.
West margin: 1.07 Km
 Investment:
12 million dollars
 Location:
State of Colima
 Expected vessel’s size:
Capacity for 200,000 m3 of Gas
 Financing source:
Federal resources (2010 - 2011)
through a Public Work contract
 Bidding award:
June 2010
 Construction duration:
11 months
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PUERTO DE
MANZANILLO
PUNTA COLONET
 Length:
300 km (preliminary)
 Description: A multimodal transport project including
a port and a railway. The project is located 140 km
south of Ensenada, Baja California. It will include at
least one railroad crossing point with the U.S., as
well as the rendering of the public railroad cargo
service and the permits to render auxiliary services
on those routes.
 Investment:
Under revision
 Location:
State of Baja California
 Expected capacity:

Benefits: To be a competitive port in a growing
containers traffic market coming from the southeast
of Asia, positioning Mexico as an important player in
the logistics handling of trans pacific cargo.

Regional Impact: The project will detonate a new
development pole (including a residential
development), with the consequent regional
economic development including complementary
economic activities, suppliers, and activities
associated to the operation of a port and a rail
system.
1 million TEUs (first year)
 PPP model:
Concession: private resources
 Bidding process information:
TBD
 Construction duration:
60 months
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Communications
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FREQUENCY BANDS FOR MOBILE
TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES
 Coverage:
Regional and National.
 Foreign investment:
100% for mobile phone services
and limited to 49% for landline
services.
The 49% limit may be increased
via a “neutral” foreign investment
scheme.
 Limits to the accumulation of
spectrum.
Yes
 Bidding rules publication:
AWS and PCS: November 2009.
3400-3500 MHz band:
December 2009 - January 2010.
 Description: Three biddings will take place:
1) 90 MHz of spectrum in the 1710-1755/21102155 MHz AWS (Advanced Wireless Services)
frequency range,
2) 30 MHz of spectrum in the 1850-1910/19301990 MHz PCS (Personal Communication
Service) band, and
3) 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3400-3700 MHz
band.
 Benefits: To strengthen competition in the
communications sector in order to achieve higher
quality and lower prices in third generation
mobile services. At the moment, three
companies offer mobile phone services in
Mexico. These auctions intend to foster the entry
of at least two new operators to the market.
 Impact: The goal is to promote economic growth
through the use of information technologies. The
number of mobile phone users is expected to
increase from 55.4 million in 2006 to 86 million in
2012. It is also expected that these biddings will
increase broadband coverage from 2.9 to 22
users per 100 population in the same period.
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AUCTION OF PART OF THE FEDERAL ELECTRICITY
COMMISSION'S DARK FIBER NETWORK
 Coverage:

Description: Auction of a pair of dark fiber
threads that are part of the Federal Electricity
Commission's network. The term of the
concession is 20 years, which is renewable
for a maximum of 10 years.
The bidding winner will decide the date in
which the fiber will be lit and the equipment to
do so.

Benefits: A reduction in interurban network
prices, which at the moment are, on average,
up to four times higher than in other
countries.
19,467 km with over 300
network access points.
 Foreign investment:
Limited to 49% which may
be increased via a “neutral”
foreign investment
scheme.
 Probable publication of
the bidding rules:
Telecommunications providers will be able to
operate under more competitive conditions
along with the largest broadband provider.
December 2009.
 Probable bidding award:
1st quarter of 2010.

Impact: It will contribute to increase
broadband coverage from 2.9 per 100
population in 2006 to 22 in 2012.
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Project leaders and
contact details
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PROJECT LEADERS AND CONTACT DETAILS
Road Infrastructure (pages 10 to 41)
Name: Ricardo Erazo
Position: Chief of Advisors to the Undersecretary for Infrastructure
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +52(55) 5538 5646
Transportation (pages 42 to 53)
Name: Luis Manuel Macías
Position: Chief of Advisors to the Undersecretary for Transportation
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +52(55) 5519 8632
Ports (pages 54 to 62)
Name: Sergio Vera
Position: Chief of Advisors to the General Coordinator of Ports and Merchant Marine
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +52(55) 5265 3113
Communications (pages 63 to 65)
Name: Andres Casco Flores
Position: Chief of Advisors to the Undersecretary for Communications
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +52(55) 5723 9430
Office of the Secretary of Communications and
Transportation
Name: Amado Crôtte
Position: Chief of Advisors to the Secretary of Communications and Transportation
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +52(55) 5723 9425
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