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Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, the G20 Leader’s Summit will be coming to Buenos Aires next weekend. With over 15,000 people expected to be arriving for the weekend, the city is going to …

A new reform to the City Transit and Transportation Code in Buenos Aires makes it illegal for school bus drivers to take protesters to marches, demonstrations or political rallies, something that is somewhat of a common practice in Argentina. On

Last July 27th, the government announced further fare increases for buses and trains operating in the City and the Greater Buenos Aires area. Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that minimum bus fares would increase in installments over the next three …

On July 27th, the government announced further increases of the fares for buses and trains operating in the City and the Greater Buenos Aires area. Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that minimum bus fares would increase in installments over the …

After the decision from the Ministry of Transport to remove minimum fares on domestic flights, it has now decided to replicate this initiative for long-distance domestic bus journeys, both in a bid to promote local tourism, and also in the …

Picture this: you’re late for work. You just *had* to get that café con leche on your way to the Subte (we don’t blame you) and now there is little time to spare. As you descend the escalator into the …

Two days ago, we told you about how the government intends to remove price floors on domestic flights within Argentina to create more competition within the sector. Although welcomed with open arms by low-cost companies, not everyone was not so …

The “Vamos Vecinos” (Let’s Go, Neighbors!) initiative has just been launched by the Buenos Aires City government, and one of its activations, “Grandes Choferes” (Great Drivers) centers around celebrating its best bus …

A bus transporting high school graduates from the Misiones province last midnight crashed in Brazil, resulting in the death of three people: two students and an adult coordinator. There are also at least 15 injured, who have been taken to …

It’s been four days since line 60 — one of the most important bus lines in Buenos Aires because it travels more than 100 kilometers from Constitución to northern Greater Buenos Aires — has been out of service, affecting the …