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Travel Alert: All lanes on Route 27 lead to San José on Saturday and Sunday

Traffic Police and route administrator GlobalVía will close vehicle passage in the San José-Puntarenas direction starting 1 p.m. at Ciudad Colón.

Traffic Police promise vigilance during Easter Holy Week

Easter Holy Week, from March 28 to April 3, is among the busiest travel weeks of the year for Costa Ricans.

Vehicle restriction in San José to be suspended for holidays

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‘Safe December’ initiative will increase police presence in Costa Rica as new year approaches

Costa Rican authorities on Wednesday launched a "Safe December" initiative that will increase police presence throughout the national territory.

Traffic Police launches surveillance operation for mid-year school vacations

Between July 3 - 14 motorists will not have to comply with the traffic restriction that prohibits vehicles from entering downtown San José on one weekday, according to the last digit of their license plate number.

Legislative Assembly approves new traffic fines

The highest fines of ₡306,850 ($533) will apply for drivers who refuse to take a breathalyzer test or for owners of vehicles causing noise above the allowed decibel limit.

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.

Lower traffic fines to take effect starting next month

Traffic Police Director Mario Calderón said that he does not believe the reduction in fines will prompt an increase in traffic violations, as they do not represent a significant change.

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.

Taxi protest against Uber snarls traffic across Costa Rica

The Public Security Ministry reported at noon that police had arrested some 78 taxi drivers and seized 33 cars.

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