Until the early 1990s "colectivos" (means of transport used in Argentina), sold their tickets using "Tickets". The payment of the trip was made within the unit and the "Colectivero" (driver) himself was in charge of selling it. Not only did they have to drive (drive), but they also had to take care of collecting the ticket (and in some cases turning around with tickets!)
Secondary Student Ticket At the end of the 80s, the early 90s, the secondary student ticket began to govern in Argentina during the government of Raúl Alfonsín. The high school students went to the bus line terminal and bought tickets in advance at a differential price. Then we exchanged the image stub with the student ticket issued by the collectivero within the unit.
Tickets Capícúas, (the serial number of the ticket is capicúa). Bus line 106 whose route begins in the neighborhood of Liniers and ends in Retiro.
Bus line 166 has several routes, the most popular being in Morón and ending in Puente Pacífico.
Tickets Capicúas de Ferrocarril
Mostly tickets for western train lines in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area. The Sarmiento Line of Argentine Railways, which depending on the time had other names. Example "Metropolitan Railways". The typical train ticket was a small white rectangular carton when it was a "IDA" ticket only, and white and yellow if it was a ROUND TRIP ticket valid for the day of the date.