In a move to increase bus travel between Cuenca and Peru, the Azuay Transport Cooperative is operating two new double-decker buses from Cuenca to three cities in northern Peru. The buses are similar to those that operate on long distance routes in Argentina and Chile. Azuay Transport manager Paulino Ortiz said the new buses, made in Brazil, will carry 60 passengers, 46 on the upper level and 14 on the lower. “The seats will be more comfortable and offer more space than in most buses that operate in Ecuador,” Ortiz said. The new buses will travel from Cuenca to Máncora,…
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