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How will the new routes of urban transport in Rosario be

There will be no new lines, but it is sought “that the existing ones can be complemented and have a higher quality service,” they said from the municipality.

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That is why there will be lines that will merge, so it will be only one that makes the route that two or three different lines take today. Those that are merged retain their name, for example, lines 115, 138 and 139 will be unified in 115-138-139.

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Lines that will not modify your route:

  • 102 days
  • 106 Ibarlucea
  • 113
  • 126 red and black
  • 128 red and black
  • 131
  • 132
  • 141
  • 142 red and black
  • Northwest Link
  • Link Saint Lucia
  • Q line

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Lines that will modify your route:

  • 103 red and black
  • 107 red and black
  • 110
  • 121
  • 123
  • 140
  • 153
  • K line

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Lines that merge:

  • 102N + 144 N
  • 115 + 138 + 139
  • 115 + 138 + 139
  • 143N + 136 + 137
  • 143R + 136 + 137
  • 133N + 125
  • 133V + 125
  • 145 Cabin 9 + 133
  • 145 Soldini + 133
  • 122R + 127
  • 116 + 129
  • 129 + 134 + 135
  • 130 + 146N

“We have twenty days to communicate the changes to users and not create confusion,” said Jokanovich, adding that there will be a travel simulator on the official website to be able to know the changes before they go into operation.

On the website of the Municipality (which also contains all the details of the new routes) they indicate that “coverage throughout the city is guaranteed either by using a single service or by combining lines through free transfers. The adaptation means that no neighborhood lose connectivity “.

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