Brazil’s Minister of Regional Development says he has US$1.3 billion to invest in urban mobility

The statement was made during the online opening of Mobility Week, which runs through Friday, September 24.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Minister of Regional Development Rogério Marinho said on September 20 that the government has R$7 (US$1.3) billion in funds to be invested in urban mobility, and that public transport is the "most important vector" in this sector, as an alternative for the transportation of people.

The statement was made during the online opening of Mobility Week, which runs through Friday, September 24. Measures to boost the development of cycling infrastructure projects are expected to be announced during the course of this week.

"We have over R$7 billion in investments, but as . . .

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