Longitudinal Highway Of The Mountain, Section 2
Objective: Provide advice to the Government, on the concession of the project to the private sector. Including financial analysis, legal structuring, review and analysis of project implementation documents, and preparing promotional activities for the concession process.
The Section 2 of the Longitudinal Sierra Highway is a national highway of 875 kms, connecting the major cities of the northern Sierra of Peru. It begins in the town of Shorey, located in the department of La Libertad, up through and connecting the cities of Huamachuco, Cajabamba, San Marcos, Namora, Cajamarca, Hualgayoc Bambamarca, Chota, Cutervo, ending at the junction with the road IIRSA North up to Chiple town in the department of Cajamarca. It connects to the ocean through two cross roads, to the city of Trujillo by the road Otuzco-Shorey and by Ciudad de Dios, the department of Lambayeque, the towns of Chilete and Paul, in the department of Cajamarca and Junction PE-3N.