Four companies from the United States, Brazil, Spain and Ecuador joined to form the company “BiciCuenca,” to provide public bicycle service to the public. Leading the way is the Spanish company EYSA, a provider of mobility materials that according to its representative in Ecuador, Alfredo Santiago Cruz, will coordinate everything with the public municipal mobility company (EMOV EP) within the framework of the law. EYSA—which is opening a market in Latin America—develops and consults on complete transit systems including synchronization of traffic lights, public bicycles, electric scooters and even camera control systems. What’s coming The current project in the Cuenca…
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