Indra will provide maximum safety and effectiveness in seven tunnels of Colombia, for €20 million

Indra will provide maximum safety and effectiveness in seven tunnels of Colombia, for €20 million

Indra, one of the world’s leading global technology and consulting companies, will supply the new control technology, Indra Mova Traffic, to equip the new tunnels and open-air roads of the final section of the Bogotá-Villavicencio corridor in Colombia, thus facilitating compliance with the highest international standards of safety and quality of service to drivers.

The contract, for an approximate amount of 20 million euros, has been awarded to Indra, in a consortium with COMSA Industrial, through the Andean Road Consortium (Conandino), responsible for the construction of the new road between Chirajara and Fundadores of what is also known as the Los Llanos highway.

Specifically, Indra will renovate the Buenavista control center and it will implement its Horus traffic and tunnel comprehensive management platform, part of Mova Traffic, to control the new section and its seven tunnels, including the Buenavista tunnel, which at 4,559 meters long is one of the longest tunnels in the country and in Latin America.

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