SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - An initiative of Rede Nossa São Paulo, in partnership with IBOPE (Brazilian Institute of Public Opinion and Statistics), the series "Living in São Paulo" shows conclusions that flash as warning signs, but that suggest paths to follow.
Valuable insights for improving the quality of life can be found in them and can serve as a reference for many cities in Brazil.
For instance, 74 percent of São Paulo citizens have already suffered or witnessed accidents on the sidewalks; 76 percent frequently walk to work ( the highest level since 2015), and people with disabilities . . .