Bus stops added for International Arts Festival

March 14, 2012

The Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) will temporarily change bus stop locations on March 16 and March 25 to facilitate access to this year’s International Arts Festival (FIA).

MOPT authorities have coordinated a plan with the production team of FIA 2012 for what they are expecting to be the busiest days in La Sabana Park, in western San José.

The plan includes the demarcation of two pedestrian crossings: one on Route 1 east of La Sabana, at the corner of Nissan dealership, and the second at Calle 42, one block from the Soda Tapia crossing to La Sabana.

 Temporary stops for public transportation near La Sabana will be added at 9 p.m. as needed for the following routes:

Route Temporary stop
San José-Alajuela In front of Crown Plaza Hotel
San José-Heredia In front of Crown Plaza Hotel
San José-Cartago In front of Parque del Lago Hotel
San José-Pavas In front of Nissan dealership
San José-Guadalupe In front of Banco Nacional
San José-Moravia In front of Soda Tapia
San José-Hatillo In front of Luis Dobles Segreda High School
San José-Escazú/Santa Ana In front of Comptroller General building
San José-Desamparados Behind Luis Dobles Segreda High School
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