Urban mobility has been facing great challenges at the regional level, especially in developing countries. It is also the case in Brazil, where it has dozens of large urban areas affected by a mobility plan, which has brought losses to the quality of urban life for the local economy and distanced cities, creating a social imbalance.

This urban problem is more visible in cities in the interior of the country, where resources are hard to come by, and urban-social development is slow, due to the lower demand for services and products, directly reflecting on the life of the local population.

Keywords: Urban, Regional, Urban-Social, Resources, Development, Urban Mobility

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