Tuesday, 14 July 2020

TransNica Adds Cuidad Quesada On New San Jose – Managua Route

As of March 1, Sancarleños will be able to travel to Managua, Nicaragua with a departure in Ciudad Quesada.

The TransNica company will open this new route San José-Ciudad Quesada-Los Chiles-Tablillas-Managua.

Currently, TransNica offers service to and from Managua and San Jose by way of Peñas Blancas.

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Several weeks ago, the Consejo de Transporte Publico (CTP) authorized the company to operate this new route through the North Zone of the country.

“We want to offer a quality service with an efficient transportation principle as we have been doing. We have a fleet of 20 buses all, friendly to the environment, ergonomic seating, air conditioning, television, in order to allow the passenger on that journey of 8 or 9 hours, to go in comfortable conditions,” TransNica general manager Oscar Alfaro told San Carlos Digital.

In Cuidad Quesada, the operations center is in the Plaza San Carlos Terminal, with one departure daily at 8:00 am from Cuidad Quesada on the 5:00 am bus from San Jose.

The cost is US$25 from Ciudad Quesada (US$29 from San Jose).

The bus crossed the border at Tablillas, passing through the Santa Fe Bridge, San Miguelito, Acoyapa, Juigalpa, Masapa to Managua.

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