São Paulo records rare effect on traffic: zero slowness

São Paulo records rare effect on traffic: zero slowness

Gas station shortages are the result of nine consecutive days of truck stoppage on Tuesday

Radial Leste Avenue, in São Paulo, without traffic and with parked vehiclesPaulo Lopes / Estadão Content / 29.05.2018Following the agreement between truck drivers and the federal government, traffic in Sao Paulo, the country's largest metropolis, had a rare effect.The CET (Traffic Engineering Company) of the City of Sao Paulo reported zero slowness on all avenues monitored in the city on Tuesday morning (29).The normal for the 10am time ranges from 47 km to 75 km and the peak of 10:30 always slows between 51 km and 71 km.The municipal car rotation was suspended by the city until Friday (1).The rare effect on São Paulo's traffic is met by the situation of the city's gas stations.According to the Sincopetro (State Petroleum Derivatives Retail Union), only 5% of the state's 8,700 stations received alcohol and gasoline.Queues are still long and fuel distribution is uneven.For Sincopetro, the situation should be normalized within 10 days, after the agreement bet...


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