Aracaju received the release of R $ 130 million in resources destined to the implementation of the Urban Mobility Plan. The news was released during a ceremony commemorating the 163 years of the capital, in which the mayor Edvaldo Nogueira announced the arrival of the Minister of Cities, Alexandre Baldy.

With this, it’s going to be recovered terminals and bus stops, as well as the recapping of four corridors intended for public transportation and the installation of intelligent traffic lights. In addition, Aracaju city hall has signed a funding agreement for the transfer of funds to the Sergipe Football Federation, with the main objective of encouraging the practice of football, and the portions will be allocated to the Sportivo Sergipe Club and the Associação Desportiva Confiança.

According to the Connected Smart Cities Ranking, the city of Aracaju qualifies among the 50 cities with the best mobility and accessibility – and the investment perspective is a significant improvement in the current position. The city also stands out in technology and innovation, in which it is ranked as the sixth best in the region, in addition to being outstanding in the area of health, entrepreneurship, economy and security.

Click here and see the result of the 2017 Ranking.