New Transportation for San Pedro Sula

Beginning Monday, Sampedranos will have a new transportation option that makes it cheaper and faster to travel from the center of the industrial capital to the Grand Bus Terminal, and vice versa. On December 20th, the railroad passenger train will start its service to the community. Lester Aguilar, manager of the National Railway of Honduras, […]

Honduras Infastructure Badly Damaged

The already deteriorated road network in Honduras has been further affected after the constant rains that hit the country. There are many areas that have been cut off by landslides and floods, due to the accumulation of water in the soil. Miguel Pastor, head of the Department of Public Works, Transportation and Housing (Soptravi) said […]

Churches’ Trip Ends in Tragedy

A trip was organized by the Mother of Sorrows (Madre Dolorosa ) parish, St. Peter the Apostle (San Pedro Apostol), and St. Jude (San Judas Tadeo) churches for the purpose of raising funds for the upcoming Easter ceremonies. Tragically, their journey ended in the death of five Hondurans, including a boy of 8, as well […]

Transportation Security for the Capital

The Minister of Soptravi, Miguel Pastor, announced that tonight a new security program will begin for the protection of traveling Honduran citizens, tourists, and students in the capital. The plan, which will be implemented between 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm, will include most of the routes serviced by public transportation vehicles, especially those who have […]

Soptravi Officials Dismissed from Posts

The Director General of Transportation, Cesar Quezada, and the head of Economic Studies of the Ministry of Works, Transport and Housing (Soptravi), Jose Enrique Mejia, were dismissed from their posts on Thursday. Both officials were prevented from entering their offices yesterday by order of the Minister of Soptravi, Jose Rosario Bonano. This led to scuffles […]