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Tuasa Announces 80 New Eco-efficient Buses

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TUASA announces 80 new co-efficient buses for the San Jose - Alajuela route
TUASA announces 80 new co-efficient buses for the San Jose – Alajuela route

QCOSTARICA – Transporting comfortably almost 1 million passengers a month and reduce CO2 emissions is the aim says the bus company Transportes Unidos Alajuelenses (Tuasa) in presenting its 80 new co-efficient buses that will be used on the San Jose-Alajuela route.

The company says it made an investment of ¢7.5 billion colones (US$14 million dollars), according to Neftalí Cubillo, TUASA’s general manager, in an effort to provide users with clean, modern buses and reduce the company’s carbon footprint.

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The company operates buses daily from downtown San Jose terminal (across from the Parque La Merced to the Alajuela centre terminal.

Route #200(A,B)
is by via the autopista General Cañas, with a stop at the Juan Santamaria (San Jose) airport. Hours of operation are from 4:00am to 10:00pm, with buses leaving the terminals every 5 to 10 minutes.

The one way fare (April 2016) for the 20.17 kilometre trip is ¢515 colones (US$0.97).

Click here for the Aresep (regulating authority) bus fares and routes across the country as at April  2016.

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