Sunday, 9 August 2020

Downtown San Jose Roads Get A Refit

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) in conjunction with the municipality of San José started a process of resurfacing and demarcation of roads in 24 different points of the central hull of the capital city.

Approximately 50 km from San José will be intervened. This program is part of the different efforts being made by the government across the country to improve the road infrastructure and revive the economy.

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The work is being done at night to avoid affecting the already congested roads. If you are driving in San Jose weeknights, be prepared for road closures.

 

 

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