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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.

Legislative assembly president bikes to Costa Rica’s inauguration ceremony

President Carlos Alvarado, who rode to the ceremony in a hydrogen-fueled bus, was escorted by a team of cyclists.

Central America’s first hydrogen-fueled bus hits the road in Costa Rica

“The whole process is not [just] carbon-neutral: it’s completely carbon-free.”

Costa Rica adopts electric transport law to reduce emissions

The initiative eliminates sales, customs and circulation taxes for electric vehicles and allows them to use municipal parking facilities free of charge.

Protest, or normal San José traffic? Who can tell?

The tried-and-true protest technique, referred to as tortuguismo (as in tortuga, or turtle) is always a big hit with motorists.

Uber rival Cabify coming to Costa Rica

Cabify said it will soon offer service in Costa Rica, even though the government has said ride-hailing services, like rival Uber, are illegal.

Uber Costa Rica drops fares 20 percent and some drivers aren’t happy

The ride-hailing company says the fare drop will benefit drivers by spurring greater demand, but several chauffeurs complain that the price gouge comes as many have been struggling to cover their expenses.

Uber Costa Rica pulls out of job fair over security concerns 

“A group of taxi drivers is using threats and aggression, putting at risk the security of those attending Expo Empleo to look for dignified and sensible opportunities,” Uber Costa Rica said Friday morning in a statement.

Uber launches van service in Costa Rica, eyeing tourist traffic

The van service for groups of between seven and 14 is aimed at capturing families and larger groups of tourists looking to take day trips from San José.

Uber rolls out surge pricing in Costa Rica

It was too good to last. Uber’s "surge pricing" — a multiplier added to the fare depending on demand for rides — started in Costa Rica Thursday, according to a post from the ride-hailing service.

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