Holes in Sidewalks Aggrieve Pedestrians in São Paulo

A survey of 800 people by "Rede Nossa São Paulo" conducted between April 3rd and 23rd, shows that São Paulo residents walk, on average, 15 minutes a day.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - A survey by "Rede Nossa São Paulo" released on Tuesday, August 6th, states that most pedestrians in the state's capital mainly complain about the holes in sidewalks.

The survey, conducted with 800 people between April 3rd and 23rd, also points out that S . . .

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