Costa Rica News – If you are headed from San Jose to Jaco Beach you might want to head there or back before the 1st of January or you can not worry about the less than $0.10 increase.
Tolls on Route 27 are going to increase starting January 1. This road connects San José with Caldera.
The increase corresponds to the quarterly adjustment established by the concession contract.
The increase will be between ¢10 and ¢30 depending on the type of vehicle.
The increase is at the following toll booths: San Rafael, Atenas, Escazú, Pozón, Ciudad Colón, Rampa de Atenas, Guácima, Costanera Sur and Siquiares.
For some sections the rate will stay the same for some types of vehicles. The tolls in which the payment will remain the same for motorcycles and light vehicles are Escazú, Ciudad Colón, Rampa de Atenas, Guácima and Costanera Sur.
Buses and trucks must pay more in most sections. At the Atenas booth, motorcycles and light trucks will actually pay ¢20 less, according to a press release.