Costa Rica train
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, railroads served a major role in Costa Rica's development as a country.
AUDINGINTRAESA-AUDINGMEX Consortium was selected from a group of more than 25 companies.
Most any journey by car or bus in greater San José is, well, less than life-affirming. The train, however, cuts through barriers.
Costa Rica’s publicly-owned rail company has been given the green light to contract with private companies to create an electric rail system that the government hopes will help the country reduce carbon emissions and ease pressure on the country’s desperately choked roadways.
Over the last five years, Costa Rica has been transformed in some small ways we now take for granted. Living here will never be the same again. This list is a tribute to change, innovation, and the men and women in Costa Rica who make it happen.
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Anyone who has driven in San José's Greater Metropolitan Area, where train tracks merge with vehicular traffic – often without signage and safety gates – will likely praise the ruling.
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