- Without considering the benefit for the AMBA groups, the minimum ticket went from $25.20 to $35, representing an update of $9.80.
- For the rest of the sections, between 3 and 6 km the rate became $39, between 6 and 12 km $42, between 12 and 27 km $45 and more than 27 km of $48.
- For the AMBA railway services, the update in certain services is less than 5 pesos.
- The minimum train ticket went from $17.25 to $22 on the Miter, Sarmiento and San Martín lines; on the Urquiza line, from $11.25 to $17; on the Roca and Belgrano Sur lines, from $10.75 to $17 and on the Belgrano Norte line, from $9.50 to $17.
The tariff values will be adjusted monthly from March to December 2023, taking into account the General Level Consumer Price Index of the Greater Buenos Aires Region surveyed by the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (Indec).
If the last index distributed in November 2022 of 5% for the GBA region (4.9% nationally) is taken as a parameter, the projections estimate an update of approximately $1.75.
Regarding the social trifa, the Ministry of Transportation specified that the beneficiary groups are retirees and pensioners; students of the Progresar program, domestic workers; Falklands War veterans, beneficiaries of the Universal Child Allowance, Pregnancy Allowance and Youth Program with More and Better Work, Unemployment Insurance, Training and Employment Insurance.
Also beneficiaries of the Program to Promote Equal Opportunities, National Program for Socio-productive Inclusion and Local Development “Potenciar Trabajo”, Non-Contributory Pensions; Social Monotributistas registered in the National Registry of Effectors of Local Development and Social Economy (Redles).
The Red Sube program in the AMBA is also still in force, which is cumulative to the social rate, which covers five combinations of public transport -whether trains, buses and subway- in two hours, and which applies a discount of 50% of the rate at the time of the second trip and 75% less from the third.
A total of 4,773,000 people have already registered their SUBE card as part of the sectors corresponding to social attributes, who, when using public transport, have access to fare discounts.
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