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Monsenor Oscar Arnulfo Romero Airport: 

  1. New landing system by instrumentation. 
  2. Renovated and bigger main entrance. 
  3. VIP room with FIDS flights information. 
  4. Extension of the arriving lobby. 
  5. Commercial development (more shops). 
  6. Construction of new office building. 
  7. Renewable energy, the system is composed  of 1,932 solar panels for a coverage of 5,000m2. 
  8. New sewage collection pipes, which take the sewage to a recycling pond. 
  9. System for controlling fire and renew drinking water.   
  10. Electric sub-station. 
  11. General material warehouse.

Ilopango Airport: 

  1. Installation of lights on the landing strip, international platform and running roads. 
  2. Maintenance of the landing strip 
  3. Improvement of the control tower, 
  4. Installation of two meteorological stations. 
  5. X ray equipment. 

 Acajutla port 

  1. Installation of backing system for the  vigilance system. 
  2. Installation of fire detection system of warehouse no.3. 
  3. Supply of two clams 15mts3 
  4. Construction of parking lot and cargo warehouse 

La Union port 

  1. Maintenance of the buoy and installation of  new one at the navigation channel. 
  2. Assessment. 

Railroads 

  • Rehabilitation of the rail station for museum.  

Roads 

  1. Construction and renew of Litoral road. 
  2. Construction of San Miguel peripheral road. This will improve the transit of cargo trucks from the west to the east part of the country. Trucks will not pass through the city. 

Communications (2017- CIA) 

  1. General assessment: multiple mobile-cellular began rolling out Long Term Evolution (LTE) data services in late-2016; Internet usage grew almost 400% between 2007 and 2015; 6% of phones are fixed while 94% are mobile (2018) 
  2. Domestic: nationwide microwave radio relay system; growth in fixed-line services 11 per 100, has slowed in the face of mobile-cellular competition at 162 per 100 (2019) 
  3. International: country code - 503; satellite earth station - 1 Intelsat (Atlantic Ocean); connected to Central American Microwave System (2019). 
  4. Multiple privately owned national terrestrial TV networks, supplemented by cable TV networks that carry international channels; hundreds of commercial radio broadcast stations and 1 government-owned radio broadcast station; transition to digital transmission to begin in 2018 along with adaptation of the Japanese-Brazilian Digital Standard (ISDB-T) 
  5. 1,785,254 internet users (2016)