TA­XI RUTERO 2 THE PREMISE OF AN AL­TER­NA­TI­VE SER­VI­CE

IT HAS BE­CO­ME USUAL TO SEE, TH­ROUG­HOUT THE STREETS OF HAVANA, ANY OF THE VEHI­CLES —LA­DA CARS AND YUTONG/ KINLONG BU­SES— THAT HA­VE BEEN LABELED TA­XI RUTERO AND STAND OUT AS AN AL­TER­NA­TI­VE MEANS OF PASSENGER TRANS­POR­TA­TION AT THE CU­BAN CA­PI­TAL.

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The Ex­ce­len­cias del Mo­tor team vi­si­ted the head­quar­ters of Ta­xi Ru­te­ro2 (San Agus­tin, La Li­sa) in an ef­fort to ta­ke a clo­ser look at that en­tity’s work dy­na­mics. It was foun­ded back in 2013 and pre­sently co­vers a sig­ni­fi­cant num­ber of rou­tes that help peo­ple in a city with in­suf­fi­cient means of trans­por­ta­tion. The pre­lu­de of this coope­ra­ti­ve, fi­ve years ago when it ba­rely had 19 bu­ses and 53 part­ners in only one rou­te (Pla­ya-Cen­tral Havana), was an ex­pe­ri­men­tal pro­ject in­ser­ted in the country’s new eco­no­mic ma­na­ge­ment mo­del.

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