Saturday 25 September 2021

Ruta 27 To Be “Reversible” On Peak Travel Days

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If you are travelling to and from the Pacific coast this week and plan to use the Ruta 27 (San José – Caldera) take note of the following information by the Autopistas del Sol: the road will become a reversible road, westerly on Wednesday and Thursday and easterly on Saturday and Sunday.

Starting this morning Wednesday, March 27, the Ruta 27 will be one way to Jacó between Santa Ana and Orotina, the same will apply for Thursday, March 28, between 6:00am and noon.

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On Saturday, March 30 and Sunday, March 31, the Ruta 27 will be one way to San José – again between Orotina and Santa Ana – from noon to 8:00pm.

The measure is to move the expected high volume of traffic in the right direction, to the Pacific coast and back to the Central Valley, during the peak travel days.

For those travelling in the opposite direction during the “one way” of the Ruta 27, the alternates include the old road to Jacó (Aguacate) and the Interamericana by way of the Cambronero.

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