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MOPT warns of higher traffic accidents as measures are eased

The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) is reminding drivers to follow the rules of the road when traveling this weekend. 

Fourth cyclist victim of hit-and-run dies

The cyclist remained at Calderón Guardia Hospital in downtown San José in serious condition after the accident.

Road safety in Costa Rica: the law of the jungle must rule no more

Chepecletas director Roberto Guzmán shares his hopes for a change on Costa Rica's streets: a change he says must come from all of us.

La falta de respeto por la vida en Costa Rica: necesitamos un cambio

Roberto Guzmán, director de Chepecletas, comparte sus esperanzas para un cambio de cultura en nuestras calles: un cambio que debe venir de cada uno de nosotros.

President Luis Guillermo Solís orders plan to protect cyclists

Thousands of cyclists marched along the main streets of the capital San José on Sunday demanding respect for them on the roads.

Cyclists demand better protection on Costa Rican roads

The release of the suspect in a hit-and-run that caused the deaths of three cyclists on Sunday sparked severe criticism of the judge and the judicial system.

President Solís demands explanation for spike in traffic jams

President Luis Guillermo Solís is asking the legislature to let him hire more than 1,000 new traffic officers, among other measures the government is pursuing in hopes of alleviating traffic.

Costa Rican health minister: Auto accidents are a public health issue

Costa Rica’s health minister called auto accidents a public health priority Monday during the presentation of the country’s new National Health Plan. Health Minister Dr. Fernando Llorca’s words were part of what he said was a more “holistic” approach to public health in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica Holy Week deadliest in 10 years

The Red Cross usually sees a spike in requests for assistance during the holiday but this year’s death count alarmed officials even after the first weekend of the Easter vacation. The number of people the Red Cross attended to this year was more than twice that of last year.

Drunk driver nosedives car into Paquera ferry

Hopefully your trip to the beach Thursday went better than this guy’s.

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