- January 6: From Lima (Peru) to Pisco (Peru)
- January 7: From Pisco (Peru) to San Juan de Marcona (Peru)
- January 9: From San Juan de Marcona (Peru) through Macona district back to San Juan de Marcona (Peru)
- January 10: From San Juan de Marcona (Peru) to Arequipa (Peru)
- January 11: From Arequipa (Peru) to La Paz (Bolivia)
- January 13: From La Paz (Bolivia) to Uyuni (Bolivia)
- January 14: From Uyuni (Bolivia) to Tupiza (Bolivia)
- January 15: From Tupiza (Bolivia) to Salta (Argentina)
- January 16: From Salta (Argentina) to Belén (Argentina)
- January 17: From Belén (Argentina) through Fiambalá (Argentina) to Chilecito (Argentina)
- January 18: From Fiambalá (Argentina) through Chilecito (Argentina) to San Juan (Argentina)
- January 19: From San Juan (Argentina) to Córdoba (Argentina)
- January 20: From Córdoba (Argentina) through Sierra de Córdoba back to Córdoba (Argentina)
Localized transportation delays, including road closures, are to be anticipated during the event. For more details on the Dakar Rally's course, visit the event's official website.
The Dakar Rally is an annual motorbike race, with a nearly 9000-km (5600-mi) course in 14 stages.
Individuals in the abovementioned areas are advised to anticipate crowds and transportation disruptions along the rally route and traffic delays.
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