Brazil needs R$72.3 (US$14) billion to recover its road network with restorations and reconstructions, according to the CNT (National Transport Confederation) 2022 survey released on Wednesday (Nov. 9).
The document also reveals that this year there will be an unnecessary consumption of 1.1 billion liters of diesel fuel because of the poor sidewalk quality in the country's network.
The cost passed on to transporters is R$4.9 billion.
110,333 km of roads in Brazil were analyzed, of which 87,095 km were public roads, and 23,238 km were concessions.
The entire paved . . .