Investment in transportation has traditionally been lagging in the Region, and across the target countries, governments are improving transportation infrastructure, such as highways, urban mass transportation systems, ports, and airports. Mexico is intending to push for new multi-modal corridors and improve existing highways and railways, and Colombia and Mexico are expanding and modernizing port infrastructure to become more competitive and facilitate growing trade.

In line with this regional trend, LAP has made successful investments in port and urban transportation opportunities in Mexico and Colombia, which both offer interesting growth perspectives reflecting increased trade activity and domestic dynamics. LAP expects this to continue to be a strong sector.