Students who will take the National High School Exam (Enem) 2023 will not pay fares on the Salvador and Lauro de Freitas metro system. The announcement was made this Wednesday (1st) by Governor Jerônimo Rodrigues, through social media. The tests will be administered this Sunday (5th) and November 12th.
“Just as young people prepare for Enem, with their family, friends and teachers, we also prepare. The State Department of Education gives all its support to you, as a student, to take a good test. Therefore, on the 5th and 12th of November, the metro will be free, with special turnstiles for this access. So, you go, take the test and come back with peace of mind. I wish everyone good luck”, declared the governor in a video.
To board without paying the fare, candidates must simply go to the exclusive turnstiles for this access and present proof of registration and a photo ID to the CCR metro employee.
Free admission will also be valid inside
In the interior, the State government also guaranteed transportation for students who live in locations far from the hub cities. Therefore, also on the 5th and 12th of November, buses will be made available so that the public can safely go to their test locations. “We have good expectations for the Enem exams to be held here in Bahia.
In total, there are 308 thousand subscribers, and we want you all to be successful. Therefore, those from the interior will also count, in the same way as in Salvador, on our support and encouragement in this journey”, explained Jerônimo.
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