The railways resurfaces in Uruguay

The Ministry of Transport and the Municipality of Montevideo seek to mitigate the impact on traffic in two key areas of the Uruguayan capital.

The train in Uruguay is about to be revived as a relevant logistic actor after gradual disuse that led it to ostracism for years.

Railways have a history of more than 150 years in the eastern territory and marked the country's development at the end of the 19th century, with the help of the English capital.

Now, together with new foreign investment and through a work of more than US$1 billion, a new . . .

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