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Wednesday, July 24, 2013


In the next weeks, Buenos Aires City will open a new underground terminal for small buses (called “combis” in Argentina). It will be located under the Obelisco, on 9 de Julio Avenue and Corrientes Avenue and will be used by more than 500 small buses and 50 thousand passengers travelling inside Buenos Aires City and its surroundings. Most of these “combis” are now parked near Colón Theater and the Court House, interrupting the normal flow of traffic.

All the small buses using the terminal will be checked by the National Commission for Traffic Regulation, assuring the security of passengers. It will be opened seven days a week from 5.30 AM to 1AM and it has a health center for any emergencies that might occur during the day. All the Downtown area surrounding the Obelisco will be relieved for tourists to enjoy some of our most important sightsees. This terminal is only 6 blocks away from our Hostel Colonial.

The terminal in numbers

Small buses (“combis”)
It’s the amount of transport buses circulating our city every day.

Small buses (“combis”)
It’s the capacity of the new terminal.

It’s the number of people that will use it.

Argentine pesos

It’s the fee that private transport companies will pay to use it.

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