São Paulo governor proposes creation of Jundiaí metropolitan region

The seven municipalities that will make up the Jundiai Metropolitan Area have a combined population of 797,000 people and a GDP of R$73.43 billion.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Governor of São Paulo, João Doria, presented on Friday (06) a proposal to create the Jundiai Metropolitan Region. Under the project, the Jundiai metropolitan region will consist of Jundiaí, Cabreúva, Campo Limpo Paulista, Itupeva, Jarinu, Louveira and Várzea Paulista. The seven municipalities are currently considered an Urban Agglomeration.

Jundiaí is located 57 kilometers (35 mi) north of São Paulo. The population of the city is 423,000, with an area of 431.21 km².

According to a note published by the government, the proposal is part of a project of . . .

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