Tram construction crews are returning to Cuenca’s historic district but the city says work will be completed within weeks this time. “Businesses along the train route on Calles Mariscal Lamar and Gran Colombia will not see the protracted delays of 2015 and 2016 when streets and sidewalks were torn up for months,” says city spokesman Jaime Guzmán. According to Guzmán, the work in El Centro is mostly “repair and clean-up” of previous construction. “The crews will finish work on the station platforms and repair areas along the track where inferior products were used by the previous project contractor,” he says.…
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