São Paulo State to Build Monorail Shuttle to Guarulhos Airport

The shuttle will be free of charge for passengers, who currently need to take a bus. The project will cost R$ 175 million and travel time between Avenida Paulista and the airport will be 52 minutes.

By Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - The Governor of São Paulo, João Doria (PSDB), announced this Tuesday, May 28th, the construction of a monorail line to connect the Metrô's No. 13 Jade Line Airport station and the terminals of Guarulhos International Airport. The line is expected to be fully operational by May 2021.

R$175 (US$44) million will be invested by the GRU Airport concession holder. This amount will be funded by the grant awarded by the state government.

Works should begin in September of this year and take 18 months. Operation costs, between R . . .

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