The legal term of 8 days for the buses and articulated of the new Metrovia station arrive to Guayaquil and that this start working will not happen, as it was revealed by Metroexpress President Cesar Carranza, during a long interview with the newspaper El Universo. “… It is impossible, because even in 8 days we would be able to get those that are in the border (68 articulated buses), but I think we will do everything possible to try and get as much as possible to try and have a large fleet and then in the legal field, we expect the lawyers to speak out.”
Cautious and prudent in his statements, the carrier says with certainty, that an extension for the deadline will be set by the Fourth Civil Judge, Margarita Rodriguez, but he also stated that there was a problem with the payment of taxes. “I was not budgeted because there was a refunding agreement, but something happened in the law (green), but not in bad faith,” he explains.
At the time of manifesting that nevertheless continues training for drivers of vehicles that will operate the metrovia station, because they rely on finding a solution to the problem at hand, Carranza specify insists that “we have complied with the term, we did not violate the contract, is the operating period.”