16/09/2016 13h56 - Updated 17/09/2016 12h54

Antics of Arthur in T2 cachoeirinha rebel manauara population

After widespread complaint, the toucan mayor stepped back and announced that the T2 will again make integration.
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Confusion, protests, criticism and even insults have become routine in the Integration Terminal Cachoeirinha (T2). All on account of the mayor Arthur Neto blunders, that transformed the T2 Connection Station, forcing thousands of users to pay more a passage to reach the destination.

"The mayor're crazy. He definitely does not like the people of the periphery. It only makes work in the center and Ponta Negra and now wants to force workers to pay more to go to work. You have my vote ever again ", Carlos Vieira Santos protest, Educating the resident and now daily pay 6 real more, three in round three on the back to move from home to work in the neighborhood of Glory.

After widespread complaint, the toucan mayor stepped back and announced that the T2 will again make integration. But he did not say when this would happen. Meanwhile the population continues to pay several passages. "After this setback, people will realize that won the most beautiful and functional terminal of the North ", desconversa Mayor.

The mayor's attempt is to put the blame on the confusion to the Director of Manaus Plan, approved by the City Council, and the Municipal former superintendent of Urban Transportation (SMTU), Pedro Carvalho, who was fired as soon as the complaints about the T2 started.

"What the mayor thinks is what we are leso. He is the one who rules the roost at City Hall. Nothing is done without his order ", says student Livia Souza.

In an interview with Radio Tiradentes in the morning of Friday (16), the new holder of the SMTU, Major Thiago Balbi, said the terminal also will undergo reforms to be re-integration. "You have to adapt the work to take back the ticket windows service", said.

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