Brazil’s Bolsonaro gives go-ahead for monorail at São Paulo’s Guarulhos Airport

President signs addendum to the contract of the country's largest airport, to authorize works of PeopleMover 2.6 km long, connecting all three terminals to the CPTM commuter train station.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After participating in demonstrations of supporters with anti-democratic slogans on the September 7 holiday in Brasilia and São Paulo, President Jair Bolsonaro should sign on Wednesday, September 8, an addendum to the contract of the concessionaire GRU Airport, manager of the international airport of Guarulhos, the largest in the country.

The purpose of the amendment is to authorize GRU Airport to begin work on a monorail dubbed PeopleMover, which is 2.6 kilometers long and connects the airport's three passenger terminals to the Aeroporto station of the #13-Jade line of the S . . .

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