Puerto Rico Highways and Transportation Authority Article

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Puerto Rico Highways and Transportation Authority
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Agency overview
FormedJune 23, 1965; 53 years ago (1965-06-23)
Preceding agency
  • Highways Authority
Jurisdiction executive branch
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Agency executive
Parent department Department of Transportation and Public Works
Key document
  • Act No. 74 of June 25, 1965 (PDF).

The Puerto Rico Highways and Transportation Authority (PRHTA) — Spanish: Autoridad de Carreteras y Transportación (ACT)— is the government-owned corporation of Puerto Rico charged with constructing, operating, and maintaining roads, bridges, avenues, highways, tunnels, public parkings, tolls, and other transit facilities in Puerto Rico. The Authority is also charged with providing an integrated transportation system to Puerto Rico and its people. [1]

Public-private partnerships

Name Operates
Autopistas de Puerto Rico Teodoro Moscoso Bridge
Metropistas PR-5 & PR-22

Executive directors

2009–present: Rubén Hernández Gregorat

External links

References

  1. ^ "Ley de la Autoridad de Carreteras y Transportación de Puerto Rico". Act No. 74 of June 23, 1965 (PDF) (in Spanish). Retrieved December 21, 2012.