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    Here is my contribution. It is on a new website I am still compiling. You can download a motoconcho route map at http://viajero.do/AUC-RUTAS.pdf

    I asked for one at palacio municipal and the bureaucrat proceeded with the freedom of information law routine and then emailed it to me the next day.

    Enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomebodySmart View Post
    Here is my contribution. It is on a new website I am still compiling. You can download a motoconcho route map at http://viajero.do/AUC-RUTAS.pdf

    I asked for one at palacio municipal and the bureaucrat proceeded with the freedom of information law routine and then emailed it to me the next day.

    Enjoy.
    Motoconcho route map?

    You mean buses or guaguas or carro publicos...since when Motoco├▒asos know how to read (a map)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterj View Post
    Motoconcho route map?

    You mean buses or guaguas or carro publicos...since when Motoco├▒asos know how to read (a map)...
    maybe a MOD can change thread title to Santiago carro publico?

    thanks to OP

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    Good map for the guaguas and taxis publicos. Motoconchos have no routes - they'll go wherever you want.

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    I live here in Santiago. Good job.

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    Well, my wife always calls them el concho. Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SomebodySmart View Post
    Well, my wife always calls them el concho. Whatever.
    Some do call taxis "conchos"(I've mostly heard them referred to as "publicos" up here on the north coast), but a motoconcho is specifically a motorcycle taxi and it doesn't follow any specific route - it will take you anywhere you want to go.

    A "motoconchero" is the driver of the motorcycle taxi.
    Last edited by cavok; 09-13-2018 at 05:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavok View Post
    Some do call taxis "conchos"(I've mostly heard them referred to as "publicos" up here on the north coast), but a motoconcho is specifically a motorcycle taxi and it doesn't follow any specific route - it will take you anywhere you want to go.

    A "motoconchero" is the driver of the motorcycle taxi.
    Well, that makes sense because moto tends to mean a motorcycle, not a motorcar.

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    Is there a map comparable to this for Santo Domingo?

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    This is quite old. It doesn't have my concho routes - CJ CJT and T. Also the PA with the rectangular sign goes to the airport, the triangular one dowsn't. You have a big job here. The A route has changed.

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