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Leave your wheels at home for Car Free Day Costa Rica 2017

The 2017 edition of the event, which has grown from year to year, includes a wide range of workshops, activities, two dedicated bus lanes on the capital's Avenida Segunda, extended hours for the Urban Train, bicycle raffles and much more.

UPDATED: Costa Rica soon to unveil its first hydrogen-powered bus

In industrialized countries the technology is more advanced; the unique aspect of the Costa Rican process, however, is that the hydrogen is obtained by separating water molecules, which does not generate any pollutants.

San José’s new bike path expected to be ready in July

The new bike path is replacing a previous route inaugurated in 2015 that is mostly unused today.

Supreme Court ruling on taxi law could restart fines against Uber drivers

Justices highlighted that their ruling does not evaluate the constitutionality of Uber's operation in the country, but taxi drivers marched along the capital's streets in celebration.

Lawmaker proposes suspending permits of motorists who crash into trains

A proposed amendment to the Traffic Law also calls for fines for motorists who obstruct or damage a railroad or its signals.

‘Chepex’ project seeks to provide new payment technology for public transport

A new enterprise seeks to introduce electronic payment for Costa Rica's bus systems.

Taxi drivers to demonstrate against Uber in downtown San José

Taxi drivers are demanding a Supreme Court ruling on Uber operations here. They believe the ride-hailing service will damage their earnings in December, their busiest season.

Municipality of San José revives streetcar project for the capital

San José Mayor Johnny Araya said the city is currently amid the process of hiring a consulting firm to conduct feasibility and cost studies of the streetcar project.

VIDEO: San José politicians, residents forego cars on World Car Free Day

Politicians, diplomats and residents took up the challenge to walk, bike or take public transportation on World Car Free Day, Sept. 22.

Costa Ricans pledge to go car free on Sept. 22

Costa Rica is participating in Car Free Day on Sept. 22. Get your bicycle tuned up, plan to walk or take the bus, and challenge someone else to join.

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