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Old 02-13-2023, 05:02 PM
Location: London, UK
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Just came back from Colombia and travelling by road between cities is still painfully difficult despite having the longest tunnels, bridges/viaducts of any country in the region. The country is in fact about to further increase its lead with the new 'El Toyo' project making Colombia have the top 6 longest tunnels in all Latin America with Chile only making a peek with the 7th longest tunnel then Colombia has 8th, 9th & 10th before Mexico & Brazil make a peak at 11th & 12th. But it's not enough; travelling by land in Colombia is a major hassle! Sometimes I feel like it's in vain, I don't see when the country can ever overcome its inter-regional mobility issues.

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