Decree establishes free transport on the Metro, CPTM, EMTU, ViaQuatro and Via Mobilidade lines on the next 5th and 12th, from 9am to 9pm
Governor Tarcísio de Freitas signed this Thursday (2) the state decree that establishes free transport in all cities served by the state metropolitan public transport system of São Paulo, on the 5th and 12th of November, to guarantee the movement of enrolled in the National High School Examination (Enem) to the test locations and also returning home.
The measure was published in an extra edition of the Official State Gazette this Thursday (2) and covers all EMTU bus services in the metropolitan regions and Metro, CPTM, ViaQuatro and Via Mobilidade train services in the capital and Greater São Paulo.
Free admission will be granted between 9am and 9pm on both test days, in all cities served by the state metropolitan public transport system.
On both the 5th and the 12th, the Government of São Paulo will monitor the flow of passengers in EMTU vehicles and rail transport to assess the need for reinforcement close to the start and end times of the tests.
In the capital, free travel on the Metro, CPTM and EMTU will be coordinated with the release of fare-free travel on SPTrans buses, also from 9am to 9pm on the two days of Enem, as decided by the City of São Paulo.