Company Transtejo and Soflusa, which operates crossings on the Tagus River, said timetables were fully reinstated between May and July with a maximum capacity of two thirds on boats, but demand dropped by nearly half. The company said it anticipates a slow recovery but will nonetheless be maintaining crossings as normal.
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