Buenos Aires: 2000 cars per hour heading to the Atlantic Coast


Argentina, December 28, 2013

The routes to the Atlantic Coast had a large vehicular flow. The toll of Samborombón of Route 2 at 6:00 am had 2,667 vehicles per hour.

Despite the high temperatures, the routes to the Atlantic Coast had a high traffic flow, with an average flow of 2000 cars per hour.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Agency (ANSV), an agency of the Ministry of Interior and Transport informed that the highest circulation point of Samborombón toll through Route 2 was at 6:00 am with 2,667 vehicles per hour to the Atlantic Coast.

In the context of the arrival of the New Year and time when many families start their holiday were circulating at 10:00 am 2,365 vehicles per hour in the same direction.

The Minister of Interior and Transportation, Florencio Randazzo, stressed that “the objective is to save lives through the Vial Operating on routes, preventing and controlling compliance with the Road Traffic Act.”

In this sense, the proprietor of the national ministry remarked: ” It is obligatory to take the DNI , the corresponding driver license , green card car (or blue card , if you are not the owner), proof of car insurance, as well as the fire extinguishers charged and regulatory markers.”