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Onesimo Gonzalez, director of the Santo Domingo Metropolitan Transport Authority (AMET) said construction will soon begin on a six-lane 23.6 kilometer express highway that will bypass Santo Domingo to the north, reports DR1 Daily News (May 1, 2001). The highway, to be built by a private company with the state contributing the land, would start near the Dominican Petroleum Refinery in Haina and cross by the La Isabela Airport near Higuero and Villa Mella to continue through San Isidro to the Las Americas Expressway. Gonzalez said the first phase, from Haina to Higuero, would cost RD$1.2 billion.
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