Panama Metro boss lauds progress
Roberto Roy, director of Panama Metro, took time out on Friday to report on the achievements of the transport system in the last three years, but users still have their frustrations particularly with Metro buses that fail to arrive on time.
Roy reported that – in 38 months of service, up to May 31, the Metro transported 212.6 million passengers.
In order to cope with the increase in demand, the Government has acquired 70 new wagons, raising the existing fleet to 26 trains of 5 wagons each.
Source: Newsroom Panama