Fura-Fila

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Etymology[edit]

Literally, the "Queue Jumper", from furar a fila (to jump the queue).

Proper noun[edit]

Fura-Fila m

  1. (historical) A bus rapid transit (BRT) in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, proposed in 1995 and later canceled mid-construction. It was then converted into the Paulistão, which was ultimately canceled mid-construction too and converted into the Expresso Tiradentes, inaugurated in 2007.

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