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Quito Ecuador, trolebusQuito is crossed from north to south by one imaginary urbanization which is characterized by a new spine: the ¨trolley¨ (Integrated System of Trolebus Transport) that has modified and activated   the    whole   communication   system found in the district.

The city, in the last few years, has been subject to a great urbanization change that extends towards the north, south, the Valleys of Tumbaco (northeast) and Los Chillos (southeast).

This has allowed a remarkable economic and population growth that has generated advances in the industry, economy, trade and hotel industry. It has also configured new actors and new social demands. This demanded from the local government a geographical and administrative reorganization, and that of government conduction of the city.

Quito today

In Quito today nearly two million inhabitants inside 65 central and suburban metropolitan parishes coexist together. They have chosen it as their residence, making ¨The Face of God¨ a city where the social diversity is appreciated and conforms the country.

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