Motorists and pedestrians prepare: Traffic jams in downtown San José could get worse starting next week. The Water and Sewers Institute (AyA) will close roads to repair and replace some of the city’s sewers.
The institute announced that the project will require the total closure of five sections of the capital’s main avenues and streets. Closures will begin Monday and will extend for 20 weeks, according to a detailed schedule (see below).
The agency noted that in order to reduce problems for