Boom may be short-lived

SINCE restructuring its Montevideo - 25 de Agosto suburban service on July 1 to provide more stops at Progreso, Uruguayan state operator AFE has seen a dramatic increase in passenger traffic. In June 2001 the trains carried 17000 passengers, and AFE Vice-President Roberto Médica told Ultimas Noticias that with a ...

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