Sunday, 5 July 2020

Traffic Police reports a decrease in congestion since the arrival of the Covid-19

Bus operators and taxis report losses due to drop in ridership

The Politica de Transito (Traffic Police) indicate that the congestion decreased in our country since the previous Monday as a result of the Covid-19.

In addition, taxi drivers and bus drivers report losses due to poor attendance by people at the Alajuela hospital.

See the complete report in the television news video at Telenoticias.

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