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No subway in the Buenos Aires will been running from noon today after union members of the transport service clashed with police and seven of them – including high-profile member Néstor Segovia – were detained. “Not a single subway will …

Hold onto your dachshunds, baby – the Buenos Aires City government has just made it legal to take your pet on the subway.

Come the dog days of summer, subway riders will be able to take their furry friends with …

Looking for one less reason to carry cash around? As of today, you can now charge your Sube card online. Which (in theory) could mean that all that anxious lining up at kioskos and subway stations could be a thing

Travel on Line A of the City of Buenos Aires’ subway was brought to a grinding halt for four hours yesterday when armed robbers stormed a carriage at Carabobo Station, in Flores, only to be confronted by a police officer …

Good news! You will no longer have to pay ridiculous surcharges or walk to your nearest post office in order to buy a SUBE card for your visiting relative. Starting next week, the Single Electronic Ticket System (SUBE), which …

We all knew it was coming, but the moment has now finally arrived. Today is the day to dust off those Patagonian hiking boots as Subte fares will reach AR$7.50, up from AR$4.50, with a reduced rate of AR$4 for …

We hope your bike is in good condition or you like walking, because a City of Buenos Aires court yesterday allowed the City government to increase Subte fares from AR$4.50 to AR$7.50, after dismissing an injunction that had suspended the …

Ever since the subte came under City Government control, the fare has increased by a whopping 500 percent.

In 2011 we saw it go from AR$1.30 to AR$3.50 then to AR$4.50. Once again in June this year everyone slightly lost …

Dogs on escalators, Cats on Subte platforms… Best get ready, pets could soon be going underground. The government is starting to analyze the possibility of letting pets ride the underground on the weekends.

Mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta asked the big

Passengers of the Subte B line had a fun break from their boring daily commutes yesterday, when, after announcing a stop with the usual dull, metallic voice, a subway driver forgot to turn off the microphone and went on to …