Brazilian President summarizes Brazil's plans for rail spending

According to Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, the Federal Government plans to spend 2 billion dollars for 2014 km railway until 4600 within the framework of PAC 46 program to accelerate economic growth.

President Dilma Rousseff's weekly articles were published in the newspaper in the face of the government's questions on rail investments and shared the knowledge that the 3400 kmhatt continued its business today. Dilma Rousseff said that the North - South line was extended and that the Transnordestina line, which is the East - West line, was built. He also said that a railroad could be built in São Paulo and a high-speed train would be brought.

The state, local governments and the federation of government have started to invest once again in urban transportation. Dilma Rousseff:: It was decided to allocate 24 billion dollars for projects, including subways, to the largest city of Brazil. Many projects continue, including the first phase of 18 with the Porto Alegre metro and 300.00 station, which is already expected to carry 13 passengers per day. Günde

Iza There is a lot to be done, but I believe we are well organized, ”he continued.

Source: Railway gazette

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