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Uber up and running in Costa Rica despite red light from Transport Ministry

Uber Costa Rica gleefully flouted the country's laws governing taxis Friday afternoon when the ride-hailing service went live at 4:00 p.m.

Uber starts accepting drivers in Costa Rica but government threatens fines

Vice Minister of Transport Sebastián Urbina told La Nación that any cars operating with Uber would be considered “pirates” and could face fines of ₡99,000 (roughly $185) and lose their plates.

Porteadores announce more street blockades across Costa Rica next week

Traffic jams and blockades likely will return to Costa Rica's roads as private chauffeurs, or porteadores, announced they will resume protests next week. Unlicensed taxi drivers, or piratas, may join the demonstrations.

Police to investigate alleged threats by private chauffeurs against traffic officers

An audio recording of a conversation calling on private chauffeurs, or porteadores, to intimidate Traffic Police officers started circulating on social media this week.

New San José bus terminal for routes to Nicaragua, Nicoya

The new station will be the terminal for bus routes from San José to Puntarenas, Guanacaste, Alajuela, Heredia and Nicaragua.

San José’s Municipal Police increase patrols to remove unlicensed street vendors from Costa Rica’s capital

A street vendors’ union is collecting signatures to file a lawsuit at the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court to stop the actions.

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