Moderator:North Coast,Santo Domingo,SW Coast,Covid
- Jan 7, 2016
Great idea except that the foreigners invested Millions of US Dollars to build these roads that you enjoy. And they have a legal contract to collect tolls. So if the DR defaults there will NEVER be any foreign investors building ANTHING here again....................I wonder, does these tolls in DR actually helps the country? Nah. It goes to the investors in Brazil if I call it correctly. Maybe eliminate them, no need traffic. Problem solved.
Remember that's the way to the airport. Don't want to be late when have a flight to catch.Looking at the foto, it looks like the Paso Rapido is working just fine - no backup there. If you're going through that peaje regularly , you have to be a total idiot to want to be in those lines.
I don't know if anyone else noticed, but study that picture carefully and you can see all of the persons who previously would move to the left to shoehorn themselves in using the previous single Paso Rapido lane.Wait once informal vendors of empanadas, fruits, water, windshield cleaners, etc in intersections see this.
I think this will work. And it will make things a lot quicker and easier in time once everyone gets used to it.