Pasamayito is a trail that was created in response to the need of the citizenry that connects the largest district and the fourth largest in Lima, SJL and Comas, correspondingly. Take into account that traveling the formal road would take 3 or 4 hours.
At present, the combis that travel the informal way of the ‘Pasamayito’, a trail of 11 kilometers, between 4 and 5 meters wide, that winds between the hills and connects Collique (Comas) and Jicamarca [on the border with San Juan de Lurigancho (SJL)] in half an hour. The entire route takes just over an hour and costs S/. 7.50. You not only save time, but also money. Many residents of the peripheral areas of Lima are forced to risk their lives when traveling through ‘Pasamayito’, due to the impossibility of the traffic that is registered at rush hours on the municipal route: Av. Túpac Amaru, Panamericana Norte, Vía de Evitamiento, Av. Próceres de la Independencia, Av. Wiesse, among other roads. That turn out to be the lines laid but that do not solve in any way the needs of the citizen. Currently, many citizens from different areas choose Pasamayito, that is to say, day by day one route is passed “another” not yet legal through the government instances.