(TELESUR) – Surface transport units from Zona Rental to Propatria, Petare, Caricuao and La Rinconada initially served as parallel back up for the Metro routes to Lines 1, 2 and 3.
Minister of Communication and Information, Jorge Rodriguez, confirmed that that the majority of the lines of the public and private sectors will be activated.
“We have been monitoring the system to verify the conditions on the railways. So at this moment, we are at 90% progress to start our service,” president of Metro de Caracas, Cesar Vega had stated Wednesday, according to the Venezuelan News Agency (AVN).
The Caracas Metro, which services some three million people across the capital of Venezuela, was among those rendered incapacitated due to a strategic attackon the Simon Bolivar hydroelectric power station, on March 7.
According to the head of the National Constituent Assembly Diosdado Cabello, President Nicolas Maduro have given the go ahead for the resumption of operations of the metros and railways in Caracas, Los Teques, Maracaibo and Valencia.