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Bikes have a right to the road, MOPT reminds

The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) is reminding drivers that cyclists have a right to the road.

Demonstration, arts festival to complicate vehicle traffic in San José on Thursday

Vehicle passage along a stretch of San José's Second Avenue will be closed from 2 p.m. Thursday to 5 a.m. Friday for the opening ceremony of the International Arts Festival.

Amid Holy Week traffic, four highways temporarily waive toll fees

A total of 743 Traffic Police officers are conducting surveillance operations at checkpoints along the roads to the most popular tourist destinations.

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.

Transport Ministry plans 40 bicycle parking facilities in San José

The ministry is calling on the population — particularly urban cyclists — to take an online survey on the proposed bicycle parking types and locations.

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.

Construction to begin soon to curb heavy traffic on Circunvalación beltway

A survey released in August found that commuters in the Central Valley spent an average of 99 minutes daily fighting traffic between home and work or school.

Don’t like how someone parked? Give ‘em a ticket 

Fear not, intrepid pedestrian, now there’s a way for you to let that inconsiderate motorist know how you feel about their parking job that doesn’t involve cussing.

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.

First showers of the rainy season cause spike in traffic jams, accidents

Motorists in Costa Rica are facing heavy traffic jams at the start of the rainy season, thanks to flooding, accidents and additional cars on the road.

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