The Mexican Government is on track with its programme of infrastructure development for the time period from 2012 and 2018. Work completed includes the construction of 38 highways and 33,000km of rural roads. In addition, 77 federal roads have also been widened and rebuilt. The country’s Secretariat of Communications and Transport (SCT) says that much of this work has been carried out under the PPP model, with financing of around US$3 billion. The new highways stretch for a total of 2,400km and includes urban routes in the capital, Mexico City, as well as routes connecting La Marquesa and Toluca, Chalco with Cuautla, Mexico with Pachuca and Mexico to Puebla.