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New Costa Rican airline, Ticos Air, now hiring

The airline will begin offering flights to Mexico City, Caracas, New York and Miami in 2014.

San José’s Chinatown woes continue

Constant flooding of businesses along Chinatown's main boulevard, caused by excessive litter and debris, means that city workers now must rebuild an outdated sewage system to better handle rainfall.

Circunvalación to close for 2 months, says Costa Rica Transport Ministry

Heavy rains on Tuesday forced the Public Works and Transport Ministry to yet again close a section of the Circunvalación highway as officials scramble to keep traffic moving.

President Arias Inagurates New Public Works Projects

Perhaps honoring a long-standing tradition of outgoing presidents seeking to sway the vote in favor of their party’s candidate, President Oscar Arias has been...

Unfinished Pedestrian Bridge Inaugurated

Rándall Quirós,Minister of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) under former President Abel Pacheco, last week inaugurated one of two pedestrian bridges being constructed over...

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