The Bolivian car cable state-company "Mi teleferico" inaugurates to the public the Light Blue line that connects the south hillside with the centre of La Paz, on July 14, 2018. AFP / JORGE BERNAL
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exulted a smiling Rosa Lima, 52, one of the first passengers on a new cable car line in La Paz that reaches into the heart of the Bolivian capital.This is the seventh line in the city's modern cable car system, inaugurated in 2014 and with 16 kilometers of cable in La Paz and reaching to the mountaintop communities of El Alto, at over 4,000 meters.In its four years in operation, the system has transported more than 106 million passengers.Each line in the system is identified by a color. In the next few months two other lines – the purple and the brown – are to be opened, with the former also serving the city center.
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