November 23, 2020

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Guaynabo Municipality resumes collective transport service


Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, the collective transport of the Municipality of Guaynabo resumes operations, announced the mayor, Ángel Pérez Otero.

"We have taken preventive and protective measures to control risks in health and public safety essential to protect our drivers and passengers in order to responsibly resume our collective transport system, "said Pérez Otero.

The mayor explained that" the interior of vehicles in the cabin area has been modified of the driver and a protocol has been established, providing adequate spacing between passenger seats. In addition, molecular testing was carried out on all drivers, training in preventive and contagion protection measures was provided, and protection and disinfection equipment was provided. ”

Guaynabo City Transit is a municipal collective transport that operates with federal funds and regulations. It provides transportation to and from all neighborhoods in the city, including the commercial area. Monthly it transports an average of 35 thousand passengers.

Pérez Otero announced that "starting tomorrow, Wednesday, July 1, he will restart the service at 6:00 a.m. at 5:00 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, for the trunk routes connecting to the Municipal Public Car Terminal, Plaza Guaynabo, San Patricio, Esmeralda, Torrimar, Amelia, Paratransit Service and Urban Train, this last stop will operate subject to the Urban Train being in service ” .

Likewise, as of Monday, July 20, 2020, the routes of the Río, Guaraguao, Camarones, Hato Nuevo, Mamey, Santa Rosa and Los Báez neighborhoods are integrated.

“The Collective Transport Service is one of the services of the Municipality that the people of Guaynabo use the most. It communicates our neighborhoods in the rural area with the commercial area of ​​the city. It is a service that people use to get to work and do their errands. We are very pleased to be able to resume this service that so many people have asked us for. We do it in a responsible, well-planned and structured way to guarantee the safety of workers and users, "concluded the municipal executive.



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