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    Costa Rica Prepares to Receive First Batch of New Trains in November 2020

    The shipping and delivery dates for the two batches of new trains acquired from China have already...

    Electric Freight Train to Dock: A Reality in the Immediate Future

    Last Thursday morning, the Office of the Agency for the Development of the North Zone hosted a very important meeting and follow-up report of the technical and economic feasibility studies of the Limonense Electric Freight Train (TELCA) project

    Electric Train that Will Arrive in Limón and San Carlos Was Declared of Public...

    Last July 29th, 2019, President Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Transportation, Rodolfo Méndez Mata, signed a decree declaring the Limonene Electric Freight Train...

    New Trains Will Have the Colors of Costa Rica’s Flag and Air Conditioning

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) has already defined how the 8 new trains (16 units) that will provide services in the...

    Railway Track to Paraíso and San Rafael de Alajuela Will Be Ready This Year

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) is advancing in the work for the rehabilitation of the railway line to 3 new destinations: Oreamuno, Paraíso...

    BCIE Will Give US$ 750 Thousand for Feasibility Study of Electric Freight Train to...

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) and Presidential House presented on Monday the initiative that aims to reactivate and boost the freight train to...

    INCOFER Approves the Purchase of 8 New Trains with the Latest Technology

    The Costa Rican Institute of Railways (INCOFER) announced that on December 3rd, 2018, the Board of Directors of the institution approved the purchase of...

    Get to Know 10 Details of the Future Electric Train

    Presidential House and the Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) set August 2019 as the deadline to have the feasibility study of the electric train...

    Get to Know Costa Rica by Train

    The train is one of the most popular means of transportation in many countries of the world. Costa Rica is not the exception to...
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