São Paulo resumes rotating vehicle traffic restrictions (“rodízio”) on Monday

The Rodízio of light vehicles in Sao Paulo, designed to reduce the number of vehicles on city streets, applies Monday to Friday during both morning (7 to 10 AM) and afternoon (5 to 8 PM) rush hours.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Since this Monday (2), the "Rodízio" of vehicles in the city of Sao Paulo is back in force, designed to lessen the number of motor vehicles circulating during rush hours. The Rodízio had been suspended since March 22.

The Rodízio of light vehicles is again in force during the morning (7 to 10 AM) and afternoon (5 to 8 PM) rush hours, from Monday to Friday.

Each weekday, depending on the final digit of their license plates, motor vehicles, including light trucks, are not allowed to circulate in the city during the defined . . .

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