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Metropolitan Areas, Urban Agglomerations and Integrated Development Areas

About the publication - 2020.2

The 2020 edition shows 74 metropolitan areas in Brazil, being Paraíba the state with the highest number of RMs (12), followed by Santa Catarina (11), Alagoas (9) and Paraná (8). The revision includes the municipalities of São Pedro da Água Branca, Vila Nova dos Martírios, Porto Franco, São Francisco do Brejão, Amarante do Maranhão, Sítio Novo, Carolina, Itinga do Maranhão, Açailândia, Campestre do Maranhão, Cidelândia, Lajeado Novo, São João do Paraíso and Estreito to the Metropolitan Area of the Southwest Maranhão, according to Complementary Law no. 214 of December 11, 2017. In addition to these municipalities, the RM also comprises Davinópolis, Governador Edison Lobão, Imperatriz, Buritirana, Ribamar Fiquene, Senador La Rocque, João Lisboa and Montes Altos, adding up to 22 municipalities. In addition, Brazil counts with five Urban Agglomerations, being three in the state of São Paulo and two in Rio Grande do Sul. The Integrated Development Regions (RIDEs) remained unchanged, as well as the Metropolitan Areas from other Brazilian states.