Need a taxi in Sao Paulo for the World Cup? It’s going to be a two-hour wait.

A transit strike is wreaking havoc with public transportation in Sao Paulo, right when players and fans are arriving for the World Cup. That has led to some eye-popping waits for taxis at the new Guarulhos airport. Here’s some photos taken by Brian Winter of Reuters.

The Post’s Steven Goff has landed safely in Brazil, and he says there are (expensive) ways around this mess.

[H/T: Business Insider.]

After spending the first 17 years of his Post career writing and editing, Matt and the printed paper had an amicable divorce in 2014. He's now blogging and editing for the Early Lead and the Post's other Web-based products.



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