The terrible conditions of Brazilian roads trigger several problems, such as high food prices and exclusive specifications for trucks in Brazil, for example.
The Brazilian road network is more than 1.7 million kilometers long, of which 94.7% are state and municipal highways and 5.3% are federal highways, according to Brazil's National Department of Transportation Infrastructure (DNIT).
But which is the worst highway in the country?
The National Confederation of Transportation (CNT) conducts annual studies about the conditions of Brazilian highways.
In the latest survey, referring to the year 2021, the worst stretches of road in the . . .