A study carried out by the National Transportation Agency (ANT) suggests that opening new travel lines from Cuenca on a regular basis is needed and profitable. This would mean that new cooperatives could be formed to cover the different routes that have a high demand. These routes would be from Cuenca to Guayaquil, to Machala and to Loja. The transport sector has been waiting for 17 years for an announcement from the government on the matter. “I hope that the processing that turns this into a broadening of our transportation sector doesn’t last too long,” said Patricio Cherrez, a representative of…
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