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El Salvadorians Protesting for a Better Ride

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Bus riders in El Salvador took to the streets in protest, demanding the government and the Vice Ministry of Transportation (VMT) authorize more routes and grant better access to riders in remote areas. Police have confronted the protestors with tear gas and arrests.

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Original Article Text From La Prensa Graphica via Google Translate :

Yellow Buses Blocked Roads Leading to San Salvador
From the early hours of Tuesday, the yellow bus riders took to the streets in protest, demanding the government and the Vice Ministry of Transportation (VMT) authorize the routes in various parts of the country, where staff provide services to companies , schools and other locations where public sector does not access the passenger. 

Until the end of the report, the National Civil Police (PNC) reported at least 13 motorists arrested for riots in the places of concentration, also agents have seized picket signs that block access to the road. 

Some arteries with traffic due to the passage of these units are: Trunk Road North Boulevard of the Army, Golden Road, Constitution Boulevard, Comalapa Road and Highway to Santa Ana, among others. 

In addition to the catch, there have been riots, even the police have fired tear gas. 

Members of the Traffic Police will be watching the course of this protest in order to help motorists. 

Motorists are expected to focus on the Plaza Salvador del Mundo and then make a caravan to the Presidential House, where transit authorization request to the Executive. 

Due to these protests, hundreds of Salvadorans have had to walk to their destination or to report a delay in their workplaces, due to traffic caused in the points. 

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