6% increase in the cost of tickets for buses and metropolitan trains
will begin to be applied from this Wednesday in the City and Greater Buenos Aires.
It will be the
second increase of the year
, and the first time that the new calculation modality will be applied, based on the
Consumer Price Index (CPI)
for January, which was released by the National Institute of Statistics and Census (Indec).
In this way, the bus ticket will have
an initial value of $37.10
for routes of up to 3 kilometers;
$41.34 for distances between 3 and 6 kilometers;
$44.52 for trips between 6 and 12;
$47.70 for transfers between 12 and 27;
and $50.88 when the journey exceeds 27 kilometers.
In the case of
the minimum ticket will be $18.02 for the
Roca, Belgrano Sur, Belgrano Norte and Urquiza
and $23.32 for the
Sarmiento, Miter and San Martín lines.
"As of March 1,
the new tariff schedule
begins to apply, updated monthly according to the CPI index of the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC), and maintaining the social attributes and benefits of the Sube Network with significant discounts on the value of the ticket", confirmed the Ministry of Transportation in a statement released this afternoon about the changes in the ticket for buses and AMBA trains.
The new train and bus fares
Rate chart as of March 1, 2023 in AMBA
Ministry of Transport of the Nation
It refers to the fact that the social rate is maintained
, which currently reaches 4.8 million people
, which includes a 55% discount on the ticket, and the
program , with 50% discounts on the second trip, and 75% in the third, as long as they are carried out within the range of two hours from the start of the first.
The Buenos Aires government confirmed on Monday that the subway will have its first
increase on March 7.
Each trip will go from $42 to $58, an increase of the order of 38%, in line with the 39% that the national government added to train and bus tickets in January.
there will be another 3 updates in May, June and September
It will go to $67, $74 and $80, almost double what it costs so far.
The City also puts as arguments the increases in operating costs, which according to the Buenos Aires Government grow at the rate of inflation that will border
100% per year.
will also be maintained from trip number 20.
its part, the Premetro (simple rate) will rise to $20 in March, and by September it will reach $28.
VTV and Parking
The most important rise in Buenos Aires public services is that of the
Vehicle Technical Verification (VTV)
, which will reach
131% in two sections.
Since Tuesday the first increase was applied, which took it from $4,024 to $7,242.
And it will hit $9,296 in May.
Bikes, meanwhile, went from $1,513 to $2,723 as of Tuesday and will hit $3,495 in May.
Metered parking has also increased.
The value of the hour, which is now paid from an app for mobile phones, has already gone from $45 to $81, an increase of
In addition, it is expected that a new progressive system
will be implemented from mid-March
, where the rate will increase from the second hour, with the aim of giving it
and discouraging parking in downtown Buenos Aires.
30% will be added to the value per hour.
The first one will cost $81, but the second one already rises to $105.30, the third one to $136.90 and from the fourth hour onwards it will cost $178. That is,
leaving the car for four hours will cost $502, twenty.
The metered parking works from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. On Sundays and holidays it is not valid.
For resident neighbors, free
parking is maintained
within a radius of 300 meters from their home.
Related to parking, the cost
will also go up .
It went from $6,525 to $9,462, up 45%.
The crane service is one of the most controversial services in the City.
Since last year, the City terminated the contract of the companies that operated with the expired concession since 2001, and
took over the service
The priority is to remove vehicles that obstruct ramps for the disabled, bus stops or loading and unloading spaces.
Meanwhile, the tender to which
five companies submitted is advancing.
the value of the Ecobici service passes increased by 40 percent.
It continues to be free for national residents who make 4 trips per day of up to 30 minutes, Monday through Friday.
But there is an "intensive" pass that cost $1,275 per month and allowed 6 trips per day of up to 60 minutes, every day.
Since Tuesday the 28th it costs $1,785.
For foreign tourists, the increase was similar.
The single trip of up to 30 minutes, every day, went from $500 to $700. The same increase as for the seven-day recreational pass: it used to cost $4,200 and from Tuesday the 28th it will cost $5,900.
VTV, parking, cranes and bicycles: how much will the Buenos Aires services increase this Tuesday, February 28
Transportation will be adjusted for inflation: the minimum bus ticket goes to $37.10