Road Space Rationing in Costa Rica
Starting next Tuesday, cars won't be allowed to enter the center of the city one day a week, depending on their plate number.
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Aiming to reduce traffic congestion, the Government introduced new rationale for the application of the measure, which had been rendered ineffectual by a June 12 resolution by the Constitutional Court.
Starting today vehicular travel in Costa Rica's capital is restricted. Each day some cars will be prohibited from circulating, and the day of the week is determined by the vehicle's licence number.
From next month the scheme that prohibits vehicles from circulating within the central part of the country's capital will once again apply all day.
During the next three months the transit vehicle restriction will apply only during rush hours.
Restrictions on vehicles being driven in San José, Costa Rica will be broadened to apply all day long.
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