From the mayor’s office of La Chorrera there is already a movement led by Mayor Tomás Velásquez to modify the project for line three of the Panama Metro.
Panama- The Panamanian Association of Business Executives (Apede) chapter of Western Panama, will start the lobbying before him central government to achieve the extension from line three of the Panama Metrountil La Chorrera district.
OMar Sugasti, president of this business association, emphasized that extension this line it’s a “I cryr and a struggle what has been doing since long time”.
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It is project will do also for the economic reactivation of the entire region which has also resulted affected after the closure of several businesses a it causes from covid-19 pandemic.
Sugasti emphasized that nor does it make any sense that he draft solo I arrived until the Arraiján district, leaving aside the district of La Chorrera where is he “Bulk of the population” That mobilizes the capital.
Also insisted that reactivation is requiredit’s a project seriess they have paused, between them, the Corridor of the Beaches and the coastal road.
This opinion is shared by the National President of Apede, Elisa Suárez de Gómez indicating “that it does not make any sense” that he draft I only got to City of the Future in Arraiján.
“We have to twork so that it reaches where it should gor and what is it to La Chorrera ”, Suárez specified.
From the Mayor of La Chorrera there is already a movement eheaded by Mayor Tomás Velásquez for modify the project of line three of the Panama Metro.
At the beginning of month of October the Consorcio HPH Joint Venture, began the placement phase of the 1,450 required piles for the construction of Line Three of the Panama Metro, that will unite the Albrook and Future City stations.
By the end of month of September they had started the tconstruction work from the pfirst station of Line 3, on City of the future, which will be semi-elevated.