This afternoon is the deadline granted to the consortium Metroexpress Guayaquil to bring 90 buses for the trunk 2 of the Metrovía.
The resolution, adopted by the Fourth Civil Judge Margarita Rodriguez, was based in the injunction filed by the foundation Metrovía because carriers did not comply with the customs clearance of vehicles, scheduled for mid-December of 2012.
Leopoldo Falquez, general manager of the institution, said this weekend 10 buses will arrive to be added to the 20 other buses located in the Terminal- Rio Daule station.
The National Customs Service of Ecuador (Senae for its Spanish)) has reported that they have the resolution ready for the output of 19 buses from the temporary storage facility Boadpuyango Huaquillas. So far, they’re expected to pay and present the guarantees, for the output to take place. Once the buses arrive, there will go trough a period of review and adaptation for about 7 to 8 days, then they will begin to operate with he Metrovía.
It was learned that Metroexpress representatives asked today for a further extension to start the operation, they are expecting the answer from the judge.