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Costa Rica supports banning contracts with corrupt companies

The bill comes a month after news broke of an alleged bribery scandal involving several of Costa Rica's largest infrastructure companies.

MOPT leader investigated for corruption in Costa Rica

The Minister of Public Works and Transportation of Costa Rica, Rodolfo Méndez, became one of those investigated in an alleged bribery scandal between construction companies and the government

The ‘Cochinilla’ bribery scandal, explained

The biggest story in Costa Rica for the past week has been an alleged bribery scandal involving public infrastructure projects.

Costa Rica aims to fix one of biggest road frustrations

CONAVI and AyA have signed a protocol "to coordinate the execution of works by both institutions throughout the country."

Travel Alert: Structural damage forces closure to Costanera Sur bridge

A damaged bridge on Costa Rica's Route 34 near Ciudad Cortés, Puntarenas, will affect driving on the Costanera until at least September, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) confirmed Monday.

MOPT installing anti-suicide barriers over Saprissa bridge

Installation began earlier this month and will finish before October.

Puerto Viejo Costa Rica: Speeding Killing Animals & Reshaping Mobility

Having seen the deaths of domestic and wild animals, and even the recent death of a woman, local residents are doing everything they can to feel safer.

Christmas Throwback: What if Jesus had been born in Costa Rica?

A Costa Rican Nativity scene: one Wise Man falls through La Platina, another into a pothole. The last one calls Joseph. Mae, I’ll be there later, ya casi llego. Traffic, mae. Es que vieras que en La Uruca hay UUUUna presa…

Only half of Costa Rica’s roadway network is in good condition, study finds

The figure of roads in good condition rose from 38 to 48 percent of the total. However, the number of miles in poor condition increased by 71 percent.

President Solís pledges to repair road to Monteverde by next year

The 17.5-kilometer stretch of Route 606 between Guacimal and Santa Elena, Monteverde is slated for completion in September 2018.

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