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We know, these days it’s pretty hard to stay upbeat. With Argentina’s political future still as foggy as a rainy day and inflation eating up our wallets like a pack of termites, everyone is more than down in the dumps

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 …

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 …

Today, the government announced further increases of the fares of buses and trains operating in the City and Greater Buenos Aires area. Speaking at a press conference held at the Treasury and Finance Ministry, Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich indicated that …

Transportation Minister Guillermo Dietrich announced this morning that increases on the fares of different public transportation services operating in the City of Buenos Aires and the Greater Buenos Aires area (train, bus and subway) are coming in February.

In an …

In addition to the rise in the fares for public buses and trains that are set to be confirmed in the coming days, the first few months of 2018 will feature a range of fare increases in utilities such as …

Do you hate waking up earlier than you have to, but because you just know that you are going to get stuck in traffic on the way to work? If so, then we have some great news for you! If …

Argentina has been updating its public transportation system recently, though it looks like the changes are making it worse.

On March 1st, Interior Minister and presidential hopeful Florencio Randazzo showed up to Retiro train station to wave goodbye to the …

It was one of the more headline-grabbing moments of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s melodramatic final address at the opening of Congress last March 1st: The maligned Argentine railway system has been renationalized and taken into public ownership again in …

The internet and the Argentine public are still picking their jaws up off the floor after Monday’s comments by Interior and Transportation Minister Florencio Randazzo about “killing” teenagers for painting on trains. While he meant it figuratively, Randazzo clearly over-reacted, …