Popularly known as "tuc tuc’s", these vehicles are displacing traditional urban transport.
In the area of San Benito and Flores alone more than 600 motorcycletaxis are in circulation, and they are preferred by transport users for their speed. The increase in the number of units has led to the formation of draft regulations specifically for them, as they are not covered under the Traffic Act.
An environmental impact study has been presented for the construction and paving of 24 kilometers of road from the San Francisco de La Paz and Gualaco, Department of Olancho.
The Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Housing has presented the EIS for construction and paving of 24 kilometers of road from the bridge of San Francisco to La Paz Municipality of Gualaco, Department of Olancho.
Several infrastructure projects cannot be started until the Legislative Assembly approves a $850 million loan from the IDB and a $52 million one from CAF.
These projects are the highway to Heredia, the new road to San Carlos, the link between Bajos de Chilamate-Vuelta Kooper, concluding the northern Ring Road (Circunvalación) and enlarging the Florencio del Castillo Highway.
Since yesterday TACA reduced charges for fuel by $100 so that clients in North and Central America can travel at better prices.
The price adjustment will be for the following destinations: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Miami, Washington, New York, Guatemala, Belize, San Salvador, Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, Managua, San Jose and Panama.
Starting July 15, Taca will operate four weekly frequencies between San José, Costa Rica and Medellín, Colombia.
The airline’s new non-stop flights will depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
“Taca will also increase the number of flights linking Costa Rica to Bogotá, and Panama to Guayaquil (Ecuador)”, reported Elfinancierocr.com. “Additionally, the carrier will launch a new flight between El Salvador and San Francisco”.
Roadworks, a free zone, a high rise residential condominium and a private school are some of the projects for which environmental impact studies were presented in April 2016.
The report "Construction projects in Costa Rica in April 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides an updated list of major construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIS) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in April.
The Nicaraguan department of Chinandega, west of Managua, will have its first five-star hotel by the end of next year.
Netherlands-based Guido Emile Vioen, which owns and manages the project – now under construction – says the hotel will be known as the San Francisco.
The US$8 million project includes 100 rooms, shops, a beauty parlor, gym and parking for 200 vehicles.
The Ministry of Finance has extended by a further three months its open contract with Arrocera San Francisco, which was awarded without competitive bidding and has been in force since November 2009.
"The Open Contract 07-2009, for Q110 million, was signed by the State Procurement Policy Directorate for supplies of rice, white and yellow maize, and black, red and white beans to the Ministry of Public Works of the First Lady, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Food Security and Nutrition,” reports Elperiodico.com.gt.
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