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Costa Rica to ‘exhaustively investigate’ new Uber service center

Uber said it plans to hire 300 people and invest $3.5 million in Costa Rica by the end of 2016. But the government received the news with a cold shoulder.

Uber unleashes lobbyists in California to reshape driver rules

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Uber has spent more on lobbyists in the U.S. state of California than Facebook and Apple combined to fend off regulations aimed at the heart of its worldwide business model.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to restart on Sunday

Pending security inspections, ferry services would restart at 6:30 a.m. leaving from Puntarenas and at 8 a.m. leaving from Playa Naranjo.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo will resume by Holy Week, MOPT promises

Strong winds and a choppy sea destroyed the bridge and dock ramp to access the ferry in Playa Naranjo on March 8, forcing ferry owner Coonatramar to suspend the service.

Ferry service between Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo to resume in 3 weeks

Permanent repairs to the ferry access infrastructure in Puntarenas could take up to two months. A temporary fix should be ready in three weeks.

VIDEO: New project introduces 100 public-use bicycles to Cartago

Thanks to “BicipúbliCartago,” a joint project between the Municipality of Cartago and the Dutch Embassy, the city has now received 100 new bicycles available for public use. While the “ride share” concept is extremely popular in Europe and increasingly common in the United States, BicipúbliCartago is the first example in Costa Rica.

Tamarindo airport to reopen, but questions linger

Two weeks ago, Tamarindo Airport was shut down by Costa Rica’s Civil Aviation Authority due to runway safety concerns. Now the company that owns the land – Hotel Diria Beach Resort Group – has stated that it will “continue with its aeronautical operation once everything is resolved.”

Loud train whistles in San José traffic might be a good thing, says Sala IV

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.

Tambor ferry back on schedule

After a month of preventative maintenance, the Tambor II ferry is back to its normal number of trips across Costa Rica's Nicoya Gulf.

Puntarenas ferry to close for seven days on Wednesday

Workers will dredge near ferry docks, affecting an estimated 10,000 would-be passengers during the week.

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