Caucaia (CE) is the largest city with zero fare and no bus system

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By default, it will be set up free of charge from September 1; Cidade possui 365 thousand inhabitants

ADAMO BAZANI

Or the prefect of Caucaia (CE), in the metropolitan region of Fortaleza, Vitor Valim, announces in this sixth fair, on July 23, 2021, the free passage in the municipal bus system.

An element of the city, according to the 2020 estimate of the IBGE (Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estadística), 365,212 inhabitants.

Because it is due to enter into force on September 1, 2021.

The information was given by social networks alongside the vice-prefect, Deuzinho Filho.

Or I prefer to say that, as a free one, expect more people in deixem or by car or motorbike at home.

“As the moves are just beginning and go to various other areas of our city. With free public transport we will have the best quality because you are cidadãos vão deixar or transport to the house “ – he explained.

Depending on preference, free public transport in Caucaia will reduce on average by 40% the flow of vehicles in circulation outside the municipality and will make it possible to trace the poorest families of Caucaia an increase of 15 to 36% of their Income.

Na transmissão, or prefeito not falou that the sources of resources will be taxes.

Among the cities that will implement or announce a zero rate in the whole system or at least part of the lines recently, there is São Luís (MA); Caeté (MG); Porto Velho (RO) – which gradually takes over the cobrança

Flávio Dino announces zero-rate bus in São Luís

Flávio Dino anuncia ônibus com tarifa zero em São Luís

Caeté (MG) já tem zero rate no public transport from July 5, 1

https://diariodotransporte.com.br/2021/07/03/caete-mg-ja-tem-tarifa-zero-no-transporte-coletivo-des-quinta-1o-de-julho/

Porto Velho (RO) will have zero tariff, no public transport from this Saturday (10)

https://diariodotransporte.com.br/2021/04/09/porto-velho-ro-tera-tarifa-zero-no-transporte-coletivo-a-arca-deste-sabado-10/

Adamo Bazani, journalist specializing in transport

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