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    Electric Train Will be an Economic Catalyst for Costa Rica, Connecting 15 Cantons and...

    The First Lady of the Republic, Claudia Dobles, the Minister of Public Works and Transport (MOPT), Rodolfo...

    Costa Rica Identifies 121 Products with the Export Potential to Australia

    Sectors such as electrical and electronics, metalworking, food, chemical and agricultural are just some of those that stand out for their commercialization potential in...

    Listica: New 100% Costa Rican Services Platform

    Listica is the digital platform that is soon to be released in December 2018. It consists of a service site where users can access...
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    Ways To Make Transport Of Products Easier With Palletised Distribution

    Thе trаnѕроrt оf gооdѕ nееdѕ аdеquаtе containerization, whісh іѕ a rеquіrеmеnt fоr transport аnd trаnѕроrt, whеrе thе mаіntеnаnсе оf thе goods trаnѕроrtеd іѕ оf...

    Travel by Bus To and From Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is one of the countries in Central America that has the largest influx of tourists. In turn, its inhabitants move daily inside...

    Costa Rican Economy Negatively Affected by Internal Conflict in Nicaragua

    The Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce has just announced losses of more than US$ 10 million and increases in operating costs of more than...

    The Costa Rican Railway System and Its Destinations

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute is an autonomous institution in Costa Rica, responsible for the administration of the national railway system. It was created...

    How to Plan Moving to Your Common House

    Moving is something that takes you by surprise. All of your life, you live with your parents in one house, where you share a...

    TIPS ON TRANSPORTATION, TOURS, AND FOOD

    Once you have organized and paid for those big ticket items of your flight and accommodations for your upcoming holiday in Costa Rica, what comes next?...

    Train Service Doesn’t Appear Efficient, says Solís

    While analyzing the possibilities the country has for administration of the train service, the president of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís, admitted that currently...

    The Netherlands Looks to Ban Gas Powered Cars

    The Netherlands is one of the countries leading the way in the battle to put an end to gas powered cars. It's been praised...

    The results of yesterday’s taxi driver protest against Uber

    Before sunrise, the main access routes to the capital were already painted red with taxis. The taxi drivers came out ready to make a...

    25% reduction in public bus prices coming your way

    The Regulatory Authority for Public Services (ARESEP) confirmed Monday that during August, they will begin to implement the new methodology to determine public bus...

    President strictly warns against taxi driver protest

    With strong tone and strict form, the President of the Republic, Luis Guillermo Solis, warned on Friday that he will not tolerate taxi driver blockades...

    Low prices propel growth in domestic flights

    There has been a growth in the number of passengers taking domestic flights because of the reduction of prices through promotions, the incorporation of...

    All you need to know for your trip to Tortuguero National Park

    If you like wildlife and eco-adventure tours, a visit to Tortuguero National Park is a must during your time in Costa Rica. The park...

    52% of Ticos prefer red taxis over Uber

    Red taxis are still preferred by the majority of Costa Ricans over Uber, the ride-hailing service application. Uber's service and way of operating has...

    Efficient system of public transport, where are you?

    An efficient system of public transport has taken a very long time to be established. Why? It can be explained in part by the...

    Easy guide to getting around in Costa Rica

    We know that traveling throughout Costa Rica can be confusing at times, which is why we've come up with this easy guide to getting...

    Draft law to support electric vehicles and clean energy

    Costa Rica started the movement toward vehicle renovation to become a country that incentivizes the use of electric vehicles and clean energy. A preliminary study revealed...

    Free bicycle parking, to forget about the traffic

    The desperate traffic jams of the last few days - and the absence of solutions by the authorities - make one look for alternatives...

    Romantic sites for tourist couples

    It is never too late to go on a romantic couples getaway, to change your routine and disconnect for a little while. But it...

    Tuesday begins passenger train service from Alajuela to San Jose with three trips daily

    With three trips daily, one departing from Alajuela and two from the San Jose province, the Instituto Costarricense de Ferrocarriles (INCOFER) will start passenger...

    Get Free Wifi While Riding Costa Rican Buses

    San Isidro passengers traveling to or from San Jose may now receive free internet during their trip, but they’re not the only ones! ‘Tis the...

    …As Easy as Visiting Costa Rica

    Nowadays, there are a lot of online resources to help you visit paradise with ease. Check out some of TCRN's Costa Rica travel tips...
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    5 Reasons Why People Who Move to Costa Rica are Instantly Healthier

    Can a simple move really make you into a healthier person? In our last few months of traveling about Costa Rica, we noticed that a...

    Why it’s Easier to Live Greener in Costa Rica

    Many people wish to live a more ecofriendly lifestyle, but find they just can’t get into the groove of it. Society in the States...

    Celebrate International Beer Week with La Carreta

    Skip the taxi, and don’t worry about a designating a driver. La Carreta is the hop-on hop-off pub tour we’ve all been waiting for....

    Electric Buses Coming to San Jose

    In just a few weeks, hybrid buses will hit the roads between San Jose and Desamparados as part of a new test initiative. According to...

    How to Live in Costa Rica on a Budget

    An adventurous, beautiful reality is possible for less than what many people are paying in the States. When people see photos from our new...

    Art City Tour is Tomorrow!

    Walk, bike or ride your way through Costa Rican culture this Wednesday—for FREE! It’s that time of year again. GAM—the Central Valley of Costa Rica’s...

    After Much Debate, Costa Rica Approves the $395 Million Chinese Loan for Route 32...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - After an intense discussion and amid doubts from some lawmakers, Congress approved a loan for $395 million with...

    Landslide Closes Route 32 Near the Zurquí Tunnel

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT) announced that a landslide at kilometer 24 of Route 32...

    ‘Tis the Season…For Increased Checkpoints and Police Presence in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A total of 726 traffic officers are scheduled to be distributed throughout Costa Rica to ensure road safety...

    Price of Costa Rica's Regulated Goods and Services Rose 8.3% in 2014

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Economists of the Aldesa Values claim that the prices of regulated goods and services such as electricity, water,...

    Getting around In Costa Rica: A Beginner’s Guide

    Traveling by Bus in Costa Rica The bus service is better in Costa Rica than in the United States. Better, of course, doesn't mean that...
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    Aggressive Driving Deters Ticos From Commuting to Work

    Bad drivers, aggressive driving, contamination, lack of information, rude passengers, noisy traveling companions, and interruptions of service are the seven problems that Costa Ricans encounter in their commutes to work.

    Costa Rican minister resigns over accident

    SAN JOSE, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- Costa Rica's Public Works and Transportation Minister Karla Gonzalez resigned on Monday after being criticized for failing to...

    Costa Rica Promotes Greener Air Travel

    Costa Rica is hoping for a big jump in its Clean Trips (Viajes Limpios) programme, which allows air passengers to offset the climate-changing gas...

    First Biodiesel Trans-Continental Jet Flight

    ERIE, PA – Leading the way in the biodiesel industry, Lake Erie Biofuels, LLC has made history with co-sponsoring the first ever biodiesel trans-continental...
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