Costa Rica has some of the most popular buses in the world, but it has no official bus schedule.
A new project aims to bring that to the city.
Beside Costa Rica’s national bus stop at the Bus Stop 1 and the bus stop on the corner of the block, there are two other bus stops with bus schedules, busa and busa1.
A new bus schedule to the Costa Rican capital city of Costa Rica will be put on hold to allow the local government to study the project, which is aimed at reducing the number of accidents and the amount of traffic that plagues the city each day.
The plan to bring the schedule to Costa Rica was announced by the mayor of San Jose, Rafael Correa, in a recent video message posted on his Facebook page.
Correa announced the plan on December 31, and the project is expected to take six months.
The new project will study the issue of bus schedules and develop a schedule that will be used for every city in Costa Rico, Correa said.
The bus schedules have been in place in Costa Rican cities for the last two decades, but they are no longer in place because of accidents.
“The accidents in Costa Ricans city have grown in recent years,” Correa told a news conference.
“The bus schedule has been in the streets for almost 30 years, but these accidents have increased in recent times.”
Costa Rica has an average of 12 bus crashes per day.
In the past five years, there have been 10 bus accidents.
According to the official bus schedules for Costa Rica, the bus stops on the street have been closed to traffic for three days, but buses will still be allowed to use them.
The new schedule, which will be published online in a few months, will be based on the official routes and will allow Costa Rica to keep up with the schedule that is being developed for the rest of the world.
Costa Rican cities will also be able to plan bus routes based on their current safety conditions.
“It will help Costa Ricos safety and the safety of the people who live and work here,” Correau said.
“It’s a good project and we will try to keep it going.”
Costas safety situation is particularly bad in the south, with traffic snarls and congestion on roads and highways.
The traffic jams are often so bad that drivers stop and wait for their turn, and drivers are reluctant to make their way to the other side of the road.
The project will also aim to eliminate traffic snarled by people driving in the wrong direction.
“The problem with the traffic is that drivers are driving too fast,” Correas said.
“We want to reduce that by making it so people are driving in traffic that’s safe.”
Correas plan to work with the government to set up a public transportation system that will reduce congestion, as well as develop public transportation systems that can accommodate buses and taxis.
Costas transportation department already has plans for a major bus line to the capital city.
The city’s bus schedule is also in place.