Government launches the Integrated Transportation System to connect Santo Domingo and San Cristóbal with the National District

The Dominican government has launched the Integrated Transportation System, a major initiative aimed at improving mass transportation and connectivity in the Greater Santo Domingo area. With an estimated investment of $3.2 billion, the project includes the expansion of various transportation modes and the integration of existing ones.

Key components of the Integrated Transportation System (SIT-SD) include:

1. Santo Domingo Tram: A new tram system that will enhance mobility within Santo Domingo.

2. Santo Domingo Cable Car Line 3: An extension of the cable car system to Santo Domingo Oeste.

3. Santo Domingo Metropolitan Train: A modern train system to facilitate urban transport.

4. San Cristóbal: Improved connectivity with the province of San Cristóbal.

5. Urban Interchanges: Development of urban interchanges to streamline transfers and connections.

6. Bus Terminals: Construction of three urban bus terminals to support the transportation network.


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