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• 6th most populous City, 3rd most populous Metro
area in Brazil
• Capital of Minas Gerais state, Brazil’s 2nd most
populo...
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Companies located in Belo Horizonte’s Metropolitan Area
• The metropolitan area is composed
of 34 municipalities and has a
population of about 5.7 million
people
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Institutional Arrangement
Metropolitan
Assembly
Metropolitan
Development
Council
Metropolitan
Development
Agency
Metropoli...
 98% of electricity from renewable sources
(mainly hydro power).
 Minas Gerais is the Brazilian state with the highest
a...
• The World Cup Stadium, “Mineirão”, is
covered with Photovoltaic Cells
• The cells generate enough power for itself
and e...
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Future Vision Attributes become Goals:
1. Prosperous, Innovative And Dynamic City;
2. Healthy, Well Designed and Sustainab...
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1. Multiply job opportunities and promote business
development...
2. Quality of life for everyone, supported by the
eff...
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• Long Term Plan: Strategic Plan for 20
years, with defining goals and indicators
for the city that we aim to have in 2...
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2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040
Valores Observados
Tendência (bas...
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Belo Horizonte: Capital of Public Participation
An ongoing process for over two decades, joining forces
with legislators a...
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Radial expansion of
urban growth (1918-2007)
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STATUTE OF
CITIES
CITY AUXILIARY
PLANS
CITY MASTER
PLAN
FEDERAL LEGISLATION MUNICIPAL LEGISLATION
Mobility
Master Plan,...
• Belo Horizonte has a rich past of
comprehensive urban planning, having created
its first Master Plan in the 1950s.
• Cur...
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Controlling Urban
Sprawl
Encouraging higher-
density development
Reducing the dependence
of private transportation
Fost...
Controlling Urban Sprawl / Encouraging Higher-Density developments
and reducing the dependence of private transportation
•...
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• Neighborhoods designed to be pedestrian
and cyclist friendly.
• Mixed-use provides vitality to
neighborhoods.
• Densi...
Providing inclusive and affordable housing
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• Allowing low-income families to live in more
economically-valuable areas, ...
Joint Urban Operations (OUCs)
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• OUCs are large-scale, transit-oriented
redevelopment urbanistic master plans for specif...
Monocentric Metropolis Policentric Compact Metropolis
Densification alongside transit corridors and stations, through poli...
1. Integration between Transportation
Planning and Land Use Policies
2. To improve and to give priority to public
transpor...
• Privately operated, Publicly planned and regulated
• 300 lines operated by 40 companies in 4 consortiums
• Main Fleet: 3...
Publicly operated rail network:
• 1 line (28km above ground)
• 230.000 passengers per day
• 2 planned lines (estimated cap...
Number-indexes:
2001 = 100
Public Transportation
Private Vehicles
Motorcycle
Bicycle
Other
2002 2012
Means of Transportation Used per Day
Sustainable urban mobility initiatives
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MOVE Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors: a project from the Mobility Master Plan
• The structural multimodal transit networ...
How does the BRT MOVE work ?
Trunk-feeder transit network
 2 exclusive bus corridors (in the center of avenues) + downtow...
“Antônio Carlos” Corridor Downtown
MOVE BRT corridors: fully segregated corridors
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MOVE BRT corridors: fully segregated corridors
“Cristiano Machado” Corridor Downtown
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MOVE BRT system: Integration Stations
Pampulha Station São Gabriel Station
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MOVE BRT System : Transfer Stations
Paraná Station Aparecida Station
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MOVE BRT System : Transfer Stations
Carijós Station UFMG Federal University Station
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SITBUS
Electronic Ticketing Operational Control User Information
Intelligent Transportation System
• Credit Generation
...
SITBus: Intelligent Transportation System
Fleet information panelOperations Center
Intelligent Transportation System: Embedded technology in BRT stations
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Intelligent Transport System: Embedded technology in Vehicles
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SITBus: User Information
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• Currently building (2015): 20.49 km
• To be completed until 2016: 150.68 km
• TOTAL AVAILABLE CYCLING PATHS IN 2016: 241...
 400 bicycles available
 40 stations operational
Mobicenter project: Improving pedestrian flow and access
 Well-designed footpaths for
accessibility, including wheelchair...
www. pbh.gov.br
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte
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CONNECTKaro 2015 - Smart Cities - The City of Belo Horizonte

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  3. 3. • 6th most populous City, 3rd most populous Metro area in Brazil • Capital of Minas Gerais state, Brazil’s 2nd most populous state • Population (2014): 2.5m (5.2 M in Metropolitan Area) • Area: 331 km2 • Density (2014): 7,176 people per km2 • Municipal Human Development Index (HDI - 2010): 0.81 • GDP per Capita (2012): US$ 16.069 (PPP$) • Economic activities (% of GDP - 2012): • Trade and Services: 70.1% • Public Sector: 16% • Industry: 13.1% 4
  4. 4. 5 Companies located in Belo Horizonte’s Metropolitan Area
  5. 5. • The metropolitan area is composed of 34 municipalities and has a population of about 5.7 million people 6
  6. 6. Institutional Arrangement Metropolitan Assembly Metropolitan Development Council Metropolitan Development Agency Metropolitan Development Fund Metropolitan Area Masterplan NEIGHBORING MUNICIPALITIES
  7. 7.  98% of electricity from renewable sources (mainly hydro power).  Minas Gerais is the Brazilian state with the highest area of solar collectors per capita.  3,000 buildings are equipped with solar water heating systems.  Over 422m² of solar collectors per 1,000 habitants (44m² is the national average). 8
  8. 8. • The World Cup Stadium, “Mineirão”, is covered with Photovoltaic Cells • The cells generate enough power for itself and even resell excess electricity 9
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  10. 10. Future Vision Attributes become Goals: 1. Prosperous, Innovative And Dynamic City; 2. Healthy, Well Designed and Sustainable City; 3. Educated, Safe, Fun and Inclusive City; 4. Excellence and Civil Participation in Public Management; 11 A city of opportunities, sustainable, and with high quality of life
  11. 11. 12 1. Multiply job opportunities and promote business development... 2. Quality of life for everyone, supported by the efficiency of the organization of urban space… 3. Promote environmental sustainability.... 4. Improve mobility, accessibility and connections across city and metropolitan area… 5. Coordinate metropolitan governance and nourish participative democracy… 6. Provide happy, healthy coexistence among people.
  12. 12. 13 • Long Term Plan: Strategic Plan for 20 years, with defining goals and indicators for the city that we aim to have in 2030. • Short and Medium Term Plans: Goals and targets for the 2009-2012 and 2013-2016 periods.
  13. 13. 15 2.0 4.0 6.0 8.0 10.0 12.0 14.0 16.0 18.0 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 Valores Observados Tendência (base 2000-2008) Infant Mortality (per 1000 live births) 2030 goal 2015 goal Observed values Trend (2000 -2008)
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  15. 15. Belo Horizonte: Capital of Public Participation An ongoing process for over two decades, joining forces with legislators and ensuring transparency and efficiency of public policies • Consultation / Deliberation councils for various urban policies • Participatory Budgeting • Conferences and Forums • Public Audiences • Regional Participative Planning 17
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  17. 17. 19 Radial expansion of urban growth (1918-2007)
  18. 18. 22 STATUTE OF CITIES CITY AUXILIARY PLANS CITY MASTER PLAN FEDERAL LEGISLATION MUNICIPAL LEGISLATION Mobility Master Plan, Sanitation Master Plan... Established in 2001. Defines guidelines and criteria for urban development
  19. 19. • Belo Horizonte has a rich past of comprehensive urban planning, having created its first Master Plan in the 1950s. • Current Master Plan was drafted in 1995 and underwent revision in 2010. • The next Master Plan was completed this year, and is currently pending approval by the City Council.
  20. 20. 24 Controlling Urban Sprawl Encouraging higher- density development Reducing the dependence of private transportation Fostering Enhanced- Quality Neighborhoods Providing inclusive and affordable housing Increasing Environmental Quality
  21. 21. Controlling Urban Sprawl / Encouraging Higher-Density developments and reducing the dependence of private transportation • Low-density, sprawled urban tissue: inefficient land-use pattern. • Higher-density urban development provides a more rational use of resources. • Optimize installed infrastructure and provide access to urbanized soil. • Inclusive urbanization. 25 BEFORE AFTER
  22. 22. 26 • Neighborhoods designed to be pedestrian and cyclist friendly. • Mixed-use provides vitality to neighborhoods. • Densification along major mass transit corridors. Fostering Enhanced-Quality Neighborhoods
  23. 23. Providing inclusive and affordable housing 27 • Allowing low-income families to live in more economically-valuable areas, granting them access to better urban structure and services, without displacing them. • Improving social housing building design in order to support a more diverse population. • Providing more equitable distribution of households of all income levels.
  24. 24. Joint Urban Operations (OUCs) 28 • OUCs are large-scale, transit-oriented redevelopment urbanistic master plans for specific parts of the city. • Publicly-issued Bonds can be converted to additional floor area, restricted to the project perimeter. • The proceeds of the additional floor area sale will enable the necessary urban investments in the region.
  25. 25. Monocentric Metropolis Policentric Compact Metropolis Densification alongside transit corridors and stations, through policies such as Joint Urban Operations and strenghtening of urban centralities Integration between Transportation Planning and Land Use Planning 29
  26. 26. 1. Integration between Transportation Planning and Land Use Policies 2. To improve and to give priority to public transportation 3. Stimulation of non-motorized modes of transport 4. Incentive for rational and innovative car use 31
  27. 27. • Privately operated, Publicly planned and regulated • 300 lines operated by 40 companies in 4 consortiums • Main Fleet: 3 037 vehicles • Complementary fleet: 300 minibuses in areas not covered by main fleet • Average age of vehicles: 3.5 years • 100% Diesel S10 operations • All new buses have EURO 5 – compliant engines • 100% Air-Conditioned vehicles in the MOVE BRT • 93% of fleet wheelchair-accessible • 1,55 million daily passengers
  28. 28. Publicly operated rail network: • 1 line (28km above ground) • 230.000 passengers per day • 2 planned lines (estimated capacity 800.000 passengers per day) 33
  29. 29. Number-indexes: 2001 = 100
  30. 30. Public Transportation Private Vehicles Motorcycle Bicycle Other 2002 2012 Means of Transportation Used per Day
  31. 31. Sustainable urban mobility initiatives 36
  32. 32. MOVE Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridors: a project from the Mobility Master Plan • The structural multimodal transit network, proposed by the PlanMob-BH, comprises medium and high capacity systems. • Different transport technologies: (BRT, Rail transit, LRT, etc.) with expected deployment by 2020. 37
  33. 33. How does the BRT MOVE work ? Trunk-feeder transit network  2 exclusive bus corridors (in the center of avenues) + downtown = 23 Km total  40 transfer bus stations in the corridors  Integration station “Pampulha” (BRT Only)  Integration station “São Gabriel” (intermodal bus/rail)  Integration station “Venda Nova” (BRT Only)  Integration station “Vilarinho” (intermodal bus/rail)  500,000 passengers per day (BHTRANS system)  200,000 passengers per day (metropolitan system)  Total CAPEX (except buses) = US$ 479 Millions (rate = US$ I = R$ 2,30)
  34. 34. “Antônio Carlos” Corridor Downtown MOVE BRT corridors: fully segregated corridors 39
  35. 35. MOVE BRT corridors: fully segregated corridors “Cristiano Machado” Corridor Downtown 40
  36. 36. MOVE BRT system: Integration Stations Pampulha Station São Gabriel Station 41
  37. 37. MOVE BRT System : Transfer Stations Paraná Station Aparecida Station 42
  38. 38. MOVE BRT System : Transfer Stations Carijós Station UFMG Federal University Station
  39. 39. 44 SITBUS Electronic Ticketing Operational Control User Information Intelligent Transportation System • Credit Generation and distribution • Commercialization • Interoperability • Security • Security Keys •Planning and Operation •Driver Interfacing •Equipment control and Monitoring •Fleet Management • Onboard Information • Stops, Stations and Terminals • Other means of communication
  40. 40. SITBus: Intelligent Transportation System Fleet information panelOperations Center
  41. 41. Intelligent Transportation System: Embedded technology in BRT stations 46
  42. 42. Intelligent Transport System: Embedded technology in Vehicles 47
  43. 43. SITBus: User Information 48
  44. 44. • Currently building (2015): 20.49 km • To be completed until 2016: 150.68 km • TOTAL AVAILABLE CYCLING PATHS IN 2016: 241.59 km • 2011: 8.10 km built • 2012: 11.49 km built • 2013: 15.83 km built • 2014: 11.19 km built TOTAL: 70.42 km DONE TOTAL PLANNED NETWORK BY 2020: 380 km Cycling Path Network
  45. 45.  400 bicycles available  40 stations operational
  46. 46. Mobicenter project: Improving pedestrian flow and access  Well-designed footpaths for accessibility, including wheelchairs  Reduced waiting time at pedestrian crossings  More green-light time for pedestrians to cross roads
  47. 47. www. pbh.gov.br

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