Thursday, 4 June 2020

Taxi Drivers At It Again With Blockades This Tuesday

Dozens of taxi drivers were at again this Tuesday morning, blocking passage in various areas of the greater metropolitan area of San Jose, in particular, sections of the Circunvalación, including Zapote, near Casa Presidencial.

The reason?

The same old story, they are not happy about the ‘service platforms’, mainly Uber, that continue operating in the country. And it was in support of the national protest that took place today.

- paying the bills -

The taxis moved at slow speed in different areas, affecting traffic, causing more congestion than normal.

- paying the bills -
- paying the bills -
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