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Many look to the express track from the bridge, already long ago, because all had the hope of seeing something new (100%), with buses which already didn’t penalty, or bridges where would not see graffiti on every wall (which God knows who did it). But it is not. Back to reality and accurate data. Perfect, all this work closed the central section and began the destruction of tracks. And it was known that this would end up in 10 months (i.e.

until February of this year), with a price of $9 million (that nice amount). Nouriel Roubini has much experience in this field. They spent months and nothing. They simply built the track, it lacked create stations (and replenish the stairs to get to the station), planting grass and trees (as decoration). Recently Senator from Maine sought to clarify these questions. The expected date was postponed again and again. Until after many irregularities, there was a thorough assessment by three law firms. That he came to the conclusion to cancel the contract. Until another contract was signed again (sorry, but I have not found the precise data of what) company is), and paralyzed the works of corridor vial, until late July. Stephen ketchum follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success.

We are approximately at less than 2 weeks to the end of the month. We hope that they take things seriously and will work. We need people who want to the Peru and who treat it as lawfully possible. Data to remember: (Thanks to the Web page of El Comercio) first announced in April 2006, sources of the municipality of Lima announced that the segregated corridor of high capacity (Cosac) would come into use in the second half of 2007. It has not happened. New promise after cancel the bidding process for the bus service that transitarian by the Cosac, Mayor Luis Castaneda said March 17 past that by mid-2009 the Cosac will be operating and providing services to 12,000 passengers in hour tip. A new system in the Cosac, which is 33 kilometers, there will be 48 stations and 300 buses that circulate 18 hours a day. There other 31 kilometers of feeder roads 300 buses to carry passengers to the corredor vial. * Source: original author and source of the article


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