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Brazil (country focus)

Current status & future trends of urban transport in cities

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!   Presented at Transforming Tran...
Country focus:Brazil
Toni Lindau (moderator)
Panelists:
Ciro Biderman
Clarisse Linke
André Dantas
Shomik Mehndiratta
Márci...
Brazil: background
84%
of total pop.
already in cities

th
World´s 6
economy

Many challenges: address social issues, fix existing cities, …
350
cars / 1,000 inhab.
Car ownership in large Brazilian cities reaching the
1980’s European average
22.5
Deaths/100k pop
Brazil among the top countries in road traffic deaths
30 yrs
of infrastructure
abandonment

Three decades of little investment in urban
infrastructure (1983-2013)
1M+

people on the streets
June 2013

Demanding higher quality urban transportation
US$32+25
= $57 B
for investments in
urban public transport

The era for sustainable transport in Brazilian
cities may be s...
100 cities
1,500+ km
8M+ pass/day
Opportunity: Promote Transit-Oriented-Development by
influencing multi-billion multi-yea...
Investments in housing
and transportation will
shape Brazilian cities
for decades to come

Great challenges for the public...
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  1. 1. Brazil (country focus)
 Current status & future trends of urban transport in cities
 " !   Presented at Transforming Transportation 2014! !   Toni Lindau! !   Director, EMBARQ Brazil! Transforming Transportation 2014"
  2. 2. Country focus:Brazil Toni Lindau (moderator) Panelists: Ciro Biderman Clarisse Linke André Dantas Shomik Mehndiratta Márcio Nigro Objective: explore current status and future trends of urban transport in Brazilian cities through efforts of the public and private sector
  3. 3. Brazil: background
  4. 4. 84% of total pop. already in cities th World´s 6 economy Many challenges: address social issues, fix existing cities, …
  5. 5. 350 cars / 1,000 inhab. Car ownership in large Brazilian cities reaching the 1980’s European average
  6. 6. 22.5 Deaths/100k pop Brazil among the top countries in road traffic deaths
  7. 7. 30 yrs of infrastructure abandonment Three decades of little investment in urban infrastructure (1983-2013)
  8. 8. 1M+ people on the streets June 2013 Demanding higher quality urban transportation
  9. 9. US$32+25 = $57 B for investments in urban public transport The era for sustainable transport in Brazilian cities may be starting…"
  10. 10. 100 cities 1,500+ km 8M+ pass/day Opportunity: Promote Transit-Oriented-Development by influencing multi-billion multi-year investments
  11. 11. Investments in housing and transportation will shape Brazilian cities for decades to come Great challenges for the public and private sectors!

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