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In order to successfully address urban mobility in Sao Paulo, the issue cannot be framed as a polarity of cars versus public transport. In reality, it is far more complex: 38.42% of daily trips in the city are made by public transport, 30.78% by cars and motorcycles, and 30.80% by non-motorized modes of transport, like biking and walking. Photo by Fernando Stankuns.
Open response to the editorial in Estado de São Paulo newspaper
It’s a pity that one of the biggest newspapers in Brazil, the State of São Paulo (Estado de São Paulo) dedicated its editorial on October 10 to reducing debate on the important issue of mobility in the city of São ...