Dominican Republic: The transit of Santiago is in crisis and there is no solution in sight

The vehicular traffic in this city becomes increasingly a real hell, without that until now there is a glimpse of any solution to the problem in the short, medium or long term, despite the constant complaints made by the leaders of guild chauffeurs and community organizations.

According to recent studies, more than 200 thousand motorized units enter the Historical Center of this city, the vast majority private and a minimum part of urban and interurban transport.

A total of 32 urban transport routes have 6,380 units, which continue to use the same streets for more than 30 years, most of them built to be used by cars.


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