• Costa Rica Coffee Guide

Repair works on Route 32 begin next week

December 28, 2012

Passage of vehicles on Route 32, a highway connecting the capital San José with the Caribbean province of Limón, will be regulated next week when work crews from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) begin repair work on one of the lanes.

Improvement works include demolition of the existing concrete layer and paving the road.

Transit and MOPT authorities prepared a special regulation plan, as the first stage of the work requires  completely closing one of the highway’s lanes.

This first stage will extend from the intersection at the installations of the daily La República in Tournón (Northwest of San José) to the bridge known as Saprissa. MOPT officials estimate that the work will last at least three months.

You may be interested

One plane’s 21-hour journey from Costa Rica to Australia
Costa Rica
3343 views
Costa Rica
3343 views

One plane’s 21-hour journey from Costa Rica to Australia

Alejandro Zúñiga - March 1, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc on the aviation industry. Anyone who has recently flown through Costa Rica's Juan Santamaría…

March 2021: These are Costa Rica’s coronavirus measures this month
Costa Rica
1794 views
Costa Rica
1794 views

March 2021: These are Costa Rica’s coronavirus measures this month

Alejandro Zúñiga - March 1, 2021

Happy March! These are Costa Rica's coronavirus restrictions this month: Travel and borders Costa Rica is welcoming tourists who arrive…

Slothy Sunday: End your February with a sloth
Sloth Sundays
2539 views
Sloth Sundays
2539 views

Slothy Sunday: End your February with a sloth

The Tico Times - February 28, 2021

Happy Slothy Sunday from Costa Rica! We hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend, and the end of February…