Rains create transit chaos in the capital


Yesterday’s downpours in Greater Santo Domingo turned its main streets and avenues into a kind of trap, where thousands of vehicles were locked in huge blockages. The traffic jams blocked hundreds of vehicles on the main roads of the National District. They were distributed throughout the province of Santo Domingo and inside some neighborhoods that were taken as shortcuts. The chaos began around 4:00 in the afternoon when public employees began to leave their jobs, but an hour later, it was almost impossible to circulate. A team of reporters from LISTÍN DIARIO toured the city and measured the situation of numerous roads. Still, on 27 de Febrero Avenue, specifically, the jam-up occupied both directions, east-west and vice versa, affecting its extension to the municipality of Santo Domingo West. The enormous […]

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