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The Ministry of Transportation released an app that allows users to charge their SUBE card instantly from their phone. Just place your SUBE on the back of your phone, select how much money you want to add and voila! In

November 20th, 2018 marks the first of four monthly increases in subway fares. Prices have gone up from AR $12.50 to AR $13.50, and will reach AR $16.50 in February. In the case of the PreMetro, the climb will be …

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 …

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 …

The Argentine political year — which starts in March once everyone has come back from vacation — has official begun. Next week, the City of Buenos Aires, as well as other major cities in the country, will see their streets …

Next Wednesday, the Subte rate increase that has been looming over the City of Buenos Aires for the past few months will finally be implemented. The price of a ticket will increase 67 percent from AR $4.50 to AR …

Subte C Line commuters were treated to free rides this morning until 11 AM due to a workers’ protest against new Sube card-charging machines being installed across Subte stations in the City of Buenos Aires.

The machines, they rise.

The …

Now that Sube cards are the only way to pay for public transportation, getting your hands on that trusty bit of blue plastic is no longer an option. Luckily, starting today, you won’t have to hunt for one in every

Today marks the first day that paper Subte passes will no longer be accepted across the city’s Subte stations. In an effort to make the City of Buenos Aires’ public transportation more modern and ecologically efficient, the City’s Transportation Ministry

Buenos Aires Subte, welcome to 2016.

The City’s Subte will be installing 250 Sube card-charging machines (Automatic Subte Terminals, TAS) throughout underground stations so that you can add credit to your card all by yourself instead of having a Subte …