For Cariocas, the biggest problem in the center of Rio is the street vendors

The second phase of the public consultation of the Urban Plan Revive Center, closed and released this Wednesday (24/02), clearly shows that the population of Rio de Janeiro sees that the reorganization of street and street commerce It is the biggest problem in the city's Central Region. Of the people who responded to the survey, 33,24% indicated this response. AND more than twice as much as the second most cited item by the population interviewed.

In second place was creating park spaces for families, with 14,92% of votes. Points such as markets and public lighting, community gardens, cycle paths and bicycle racks were also on the list open to voting by the entire Rio population by the Municipal Urban Planning Secretariat. The secretariat is headed by urban planner Washington Fajardo.

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Data from the Reviver Centro public consultation

In total, 3648 people responded to the survey from the 10th to the 24th of February. This was the second survey carried out by SMPU in relation to its ambitious project to revitalize the central area of Rio de Janeiro.

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The public consultation on the Reviver Centro Urban Plan will have a third phase, which includes a complementary bill to be presented to the Chamber of Councilors. The project is so important to Mayor Eduardo Paes that he decided to create a Crisis Office to manage the operation to change the face of the Center, with the aim of attracting more residents to the region and restoring urban order.

Source: Diário do Rio

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