In an interview with the El Telegrafo newspaper, Cuenca Mayor Marcelo Cabrera said Monday that the tram will be completed and that negotiations with the city’s bus companies will reach a successful conclusion before he leaves office in 2019. In addition, Cabrera said that expansion of the Cuenca’s park system will continue, providing citizens with more green and recreational areas than any other city in Ecuador. “We continue to make progress with mass transit and the results of this will be evident next year when the tram begins operations,” the mayor said. “We will have an integrated transport system that…
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