East-West Railway, Venezuela
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The East-West Railway, Venezuela connects the eastern areas with the west of Venezuela, giving better transportation for both cargo and passengers. It also helps to unite the country, strengthening links between cities the railway passes through, by connecting the East, West, Central West and Central South forming an interconnecting matrix of transport links.
Section: Maturín - Anaco - Zaraza - Valle de la Pascua - Calabozo
(Length: 470 km) This section supports agricultural development, cattle and industrial areas, as well as bringing important changes to the economy, populous areas, allowing better use to take advantage of the network of main roads and layout of land. Also, it meets requirements of both cargo and passenger transport.
Section: Turén - El Baúl - Calabozo
(Length: 210 km) The construction and operation of the railway section to find another route to provide development to influential areas next to the rivers Orinoco and Apure, through the identification, promotion and organisation of a series of productive and social activities. The aim is to occupy more land and to bring about further trade.
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