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Brazil Chaotic Transportation

Passengers stand at the front of an overcrowded bus in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Exhausted workers often travel two or three hours each way, crammed into tightly packed buses and subways. Commuter train breakdowns are common, and at times enraged commuters sometimes have clashed with police after being stranded. Such experiences helped spark the biggest revolts to hit Brazilian streets in a generation.

The Most Miserable Commute Ever

If you think your daily commute is bad, you have to check out what workers in Sao Paulo, Brazil have to endure in their chaotic public transportation system.