By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Alternative transportation seen in services such as Uber, has led to heated discussions and violence throughout Brazil, and the controversy seems far from over. After Rio de Janeiro announced the ban, in a two-page spread in Sunday’s Folha de S. Paulo, Uber officials ask São Paulo city mayor Fernando Haddad not to sanction a bill which would prohibit the car-sharing service in South America’s largest city.
“You had a lot of courage when implementing bicycle lanes, reducing the maximum speed limits in major thruways and . . .