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1 Sector Recommendations Transportation Recent advances in the transportation sector include establishing the Road Fund, which finances the maintenance of the official highway network through a fuel consumption tax, plus creating SOPTRAVI’s UPEG. The government has recognized the importance of maintaining the unofficial network and, as a preliminary step, is carrying out an inventory. The PMRTN recognized the importance of improving road engineering to minimize future storm damage. With the technical assistance of IDB and the Government of Denmark, the Honduran government is preparing a road safety study.
29 Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Honduras part because the legislators feared that it would be unpopular in that it would lead to tariff hikes. • The privatization of HONDUTEL was stalled because of legislators’ fears that it would be unpopular. For that reason, the original proposal was not for privatization per se, but for capitalization of the enterprise, with private investors holding a minority share. Only when it proved difficult to interest buyers in such a scheme was a proposal put forward that included a majority interest for the private investor.
These data indicate that access to transportation is a significant problem for poor Hondurans. 1 presents the principal indicators for each sector; other data are cited in part 2 of this report. Indicators of Service Access and Coverage Transportation The percentage of the road network that is paved in Honduras is similar to that of its neighboring countries (more than 20 percent), except for Guatemala, where the figure exceeds 27 percent. d. a. a. a. Not available. a. Simple average (not weighted) of 22 countries.