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Measures to Reduce Traffic in San José:

July 29, 2005

Restricted times: 7-8:30 a.m. and 4-5:30 p.m.Restricted area: Avenida 9 toAvenida 16 and Calle 11 to Calle 22.Restricted day: Monday: Licenseplate numbers that end in 1 and 2;Tuesday: plates that end in 3 and 4;Wednesday: plates that end in 5 and 6;Thursday: plates that end in 7 and 8;Friday: plates that end in 9 and 0.Fine: ¢5,000 ($10.50).Exemptions: Police, taxis, buses,vehicles authorized for student transportation,handicap vehicles, fire trucksand some other vehicles.

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