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Entries with Keyword colectivo

The government organization that manages the Buenos Aires subway system, Sbase, announced on Monday that come November it will raise subway (known as the Subte here) fares by one peso each month over the next four months — reaching a …

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 …

No doubt, we are living through a moment of pivotal change in gender relations, both in Argentina and across the world, as part of a reaction against the institutionalized heteronormative definitions of what it means to be a woman or …

With two days to go until the historic vote on the bill to decriminalize abortion, it is anyone’s guess as to what will happen. What is certain however, is that the campaign to legalize abortion will have far-reaching cultural …

Colectivo and train fares cost double as of today, and social media has taken note. To keep yourself from crying, check out the following memes alleviating the situation. (Or go ahead and do cry: no one’s stopping you. We’ll …

At the stroke of midnight tonight, you will turn into a pumpkin have to pay a lot more to ride the in city bus (colectivo) and train, in accordance to previously announced transportation fare hikes. Sigh. Now is …