The Jabaquara subway station in southern Sao Paulo. The city's clean and efficient subway system has helped alleviate some of the serious traffic congestions in the downtown area. Nevertheless, only two lines (east-west and north-south) exist and new additions are needed.A estação de metro Jabaquara, no sul de São Paulo. O limpo e eficiente sistema de metró ajudou a aliviar alguns dos mais sérios congestionamentos de tráfego do centro da cidade. Embora existam apenas duas linhas: norte-sul e leste-oeste, novas linhas são necessárias.
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Brazil: Sao Paulo