The São Paulo City Hall has opened a bidding process to extend the Marginal Pinheiros River by up to eight kilometers and plans to invest around R$8 million (US$1.6 million) in the studies. The contracting process was published in the Diário Oficial on August 18.
The opening of the envelopes with the proposals of the interested companies is scheduled for October 3.
The new stretch, planned to be built on the banks of the Pinheiros and Jurubatuba Rivers, runs from Avenida Guido Caloi, near the João Dias Bridge, to the Vitorino Goulart Bridge, in . . .