The recent heavy rains in Peru, according to e.g. this 28 March article from The Weather Network have resulted in a lot of infrastructure damage.
According to official data, the flooding has damaged some 4,660 miles of roads and 509 pedestrian and vehicular bridges.
Portions of the Pan-American Highway North, which unites the entire coastal strip of Peru, have fallen victim to the unrelenting rains and overflowing rivers.
Transport Minister Martin Vizcarra said that of the 509 damaged bridges, more than 100 have completely collapsed.
I'm travelling to (through) Peru from mid-May to mid-June*, and I don't expect the infrastructure to recover very quickly:
With the first quarter of 2017 not even over, the El Niño weather effects on Peru are already totaling $3.1 billion in damages (source)
Are there sources (in Spanish, if necessary) where up-to-date information about the infrastructure (roads, railways, airports) is available?
* From Lima southward along the coast, then lake Titicaca, Macchu Picchu, then east into the jungle. Most damage seems to be in the northern parts of the country, but Lima also has damage, like the collapse of the Solidarity Bridge.