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Ceiba, a sailboat capable of transporting 350 tons, being built in Costa Rica

Sailcargo wants to prove that it is possible to make efficient, profitable and emission-free freight transport.

Costa Rican police leadership denies targeting Uber drivers 

“Members of the union, who are traffic officers, have the right to have their own opinion about the legality or not of Uber but they do not have the right to not comply with their duties and disobey orders,” Traffic Police Commissioner Mario Calerdón said.

Uber unleashes lobbyists in California to reshape driver rules

SAN FRANCISCO, California – Uber has spent more on lobbyists in the U.S. state of California than Facebook and Apple combined to fend off regulations aimed at the heart of its worldwide business model.

Anti-Uber protests peaceful in Costa Rica, violent in Mexico City

The National Forum of Taxi Drivers announced an alliance last week with other taxi associations in Central America and Colombia to “declare war” on the disruptive ride-sharing app. Meanwhile, Uber is hiring in Costa Rica.

Wider Panama Canal set for water trial

PANAMA CITY – Water will start rushing into the newly expanded Panama Canal on Thursday in one area that was widened, ahead of the waterway's April 2016 re-inauguration.

Costa Rica’s Supreme Court powers down 3 electronic billboards along heavily transited roads

Three recent rulings issued by the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, or Sala IV, prompted the Public Works and Transport Ministry to turn off the lights on three electronic billboards along major roadways in the Costa Rican capital.

UN secretary-general hops on a bike to promote urban cycling

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon rides a bicycle next to Costa Rica's Foreign Minister Manuel González, right, in San José on July 30, 2014....

Bridge inspections find faulty cement used on San José belt route

Two bridges currently under construction on a southern section of the Circunvalación – a belt route around the center of San José – were built with flawed cement, experts from the University of Costa Rica’s National Structural Materials and Models Laboratory announced following a much-anticipated inspection on Wednesday.

Two new Intersectoral bus routes to begin operating in coming months

A study supporting the opening of two new bus routes connecting locations in the outskirts of San José will be ready in two weeks, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) reported last week.

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