Tuesday, 20 October 2020

This Week Is “Road Safety Week” In Costa Rica

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Today begins “road safety week” in Costa Rica with the official ceremony held next to the pedestrian bridge in Santa Ana, o the Ruta 27, in front of the Forum.

The Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR) has planned a week of activities that inclued guided tours of the city road.

There will be conferences and lectures on respect for traffic signals, rights and duties of pedestrians and drivers.

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