Mobility for big events:FIFA world cup and the Olympic gamesin Rio de Janeiro                             Toni Lindau, PhD...
12 host citieskey investments:•   Stadiums•   Airports•   Hotels•   Urban Mobility
Fortaleza (CE)                                 Manaus (AM)                                                                ...
Rio’s Agenda of Mega Events2011   Military World Games2012   UN Conference Eco Rio + 202013   FIFA Confederations Cup2014 ...
Opportunities in Rio• Urban mobility• Reurbanization of favelas
Reurbanization of favelas
Rio’s Master Plan for improving Public         Transport: 4 Pillars                     Rio’s Master Plan                 ...
Rio de Janeiro is committing US$2.5 Bn from 2009-2015  to improve Public Transport for the future of the city  Key issue  ...
Rio’s current formal bus network                      900 routes
Rio´s bus priority network - 429 km (under construction)
BRS and BRT corridors                         BRS Bus Rapid Service                         20 corridors = 250 kmBRT Bus R...
BRS = Bus Rapid Service
BRS = Bus Rapid Service
BRS = Bus Rapid Service
BRS = Bus Rapid Service
BRT network (under construction)
BRT + Metro will be the transport backbone        providing connections to mega eventsBRT TransCarioca: Barra– Penha(North...
BRT TransCarioca      Travel time in public transportation                                   (minutes)                    ...
BRT TransOlympicBRT23 km3,4 km in tunnel130,000 pass/dayExpressway3 lane/dir tolled road30,000 veh/day
BRT TransOeste  60 km  Similar concept to TransCarioca
Metro L4 Barra - Ipanema
EMBARQ BRT Simulator: fundamental for Rio de   Janeiro to host the Olympic Games 2016
Sustainable urban transport        saves lives
Current crash record:where TansCarioca will be implemented              3500              3000              2500Crashes pe...
Current crash record:     where TansCarioca will be implemented 22 injuries/km/year  Higher than other BRT corridors  aud...
Yearly costs of crashesEvery year, crashes where TransCariocaBRT is to be implemented cost the city =12 million USD (*)(*)...
Changing the status quoRoad Safety Auditing    Incorporates road safety     measures in the conceptual     phase of a pro...
Example of road safety          issue identified by auditExpected flow of                                  Then island wil...
Benefits from auditing   Transcarioca corridorReductions in crash severityYearly avoidance:   800 crashes   200 injuri...
Impact of the first audit Created desire for more auditing acrossmany public transportation projects Convinced of need f...
Work under way2nd audit begun on BRT corridor     TransOeste
Muchas gracias, Muito obrigado    tlindau@ctsbrasil.org
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  1. 1. Mobility for big events:FIFA world cup and the Olympic gamesin Rio de Janeiro Toni Lindau, PhD President Director, CTS-Brasil
  2. 2. 12 host citieskey investments:• Stadiums• Airports• Hotels• Urban Mobility
  3. 3. Fortaleza (CE) Manaus (AM) Natal (RN) Recife (PE) 3.7 M inhab Brasília (DF) Salvador (BA) Cuiabá (MT) Belo Horizonte (MG) 5.3 M inhab São Paulo (SP) Rio de Janeiro (RJ) Curitiba (PR) 11.3 M inhab 3.2 M inhab Porto Alegre (RS) 4.1 M inhabOlympic Games 2016 + FIFA’s World Cup 2014 9 of 12 cities = 503 km of BRT
  4. 4. Rio’s Agenda of Mega Events2011 Military World Games2012 UN Conference Eco Rio + 202013 FIFA Confederations Cup2014 FIFA World Cup2015 Rio de Janeiro 450 years anniversary2016 The Olympic Games
  5. 5. Opportunities in Rio• Urban mobility• Reurbanization of favelas
  6. 6. Reurbanization of favelas
  7. 7. Rio’s Master Plan for improving Public Transport: 4 Pillars Rio’s Master Plan New New Integrated Institutional Management Infrastructure Ticketing System Reorganization and Control and Vehicles
  8. 8. Rio de Janeiro is committing US$2.5 Bn from 2009-2015 to improve Public Transport for the future of the city Key issue Optimizing the supply of public transportation
  9. 9. Rio’s current formal bus network 900 routes
  10. 10. Rio´s bus priority network - 429 km (under construction)
  11. 11. BRS and BRT corridors BRS Bus Rapid Service 20 corridors = 250 kmBRT Bus Rapid Transit 4 corridors = 179 km
  12. 12. BRS = Bus Rapid Service
  13. 13. BRS = Bus Rapid Service
  14. 14. BRS = Bus Rapid Service
  15. 15. BRS = Bus Rapid Service
  16. 16. BRT network (under construction)
  17. 17. BRT + Metro will be the transport backbone providing connections to mega eventsBRT TransCarioca: Barra– Penha(North Zone)– Intl. AirportBRT TransOeste: Barra –Guaratiba (West Zone) DEODORO MARACANÃBRT TransOlimpico: Barra -Deodoro (Nortwestern Zone)BRT Av.Brasil: North Zone – COPACABANADowntown BARRAMetro L4: Barra - Ipanema (SouthZone)Metro L1: Copacabana –Downtown (implemented)
  18. 18. BRT TransCarioca Travel time in public transportation (minutes) 96 47 -49 today With BRT 28 km 38 stations 380,000 pass/day 250 articulated BRT vehicles ITS control Central dispatching Integrated fare and services
  19. 19. BRT TransOlympicBRT23 km3,4 km in tunnel130,000 pass/dayExpressway3 lane/dir tolled road30,000 veh/day
  20. 20. BRT TransOeste 60 km Similar concept to TransCarioca
  21. 21. Metro L4 Barra - Ipanema
  22. 22. EMBARQ BRT Simulator: fundamental for Rio de Janeiro to host the Olympic Games 2016
  23. 23. Sustainable urban transport saves lives
  24. 24. Current crash record:where TansCarioca will be implemented 3500 3000 2500Crashes per 2000 No injuryyear 1500 Injury 1000 500 0 2008 2009 2010 Source: CET-Rio
  25. 25. Current crash record: where TansCarioca will be implemented 22 injuries/km/year Higher than other BRT corridors audited/inspected by EMBARQ 2 crashes with injuries per day 20% of total crashes have injuries Brazilian average for urban areas is 14% Source: CET-Rio, IPEA
  26. 26. Yearly costs of crashesEvery year, crashes where TransCariocaBRT is to be implemented cost the city =12 million USD (*)(*) based on cost of crashes reported by IPEA Institute for Applied Economic Research (Brazil)
  27. 27. Changing the status quoRoad Safety Auditing  Incorporates road safety measures in the conceptual phase of a project  Much cheaper than altering projects already implemented  Potential to reduce approx. 30% of crashes (typical cases)
  28. 28. Example of road safety issue identified by auditExpected flow of Then island will have topassengers (eachside of the central accomodate 100BRT platform per passengers every traffictraffic signal cycle): signal cycle.100 pass Traffic signals: different signal phases for BRT and mixed traffic.
  29. 29. Benefits from auditing Transcarioca corridorReductions in crash severityYearly avoidance: 800 crashes 200 injuries with 10 deaths, assuming 5% fatality rate
  30. 30. Impact of the first audit Created desire for more auditing acrossmany public transportation projects Convinced of need for internal capacitybuilding in road safety auditing andinspection
  31. 31. Work under way2nd audit begun on BRT corridor TransOeste
  32. 32. Muchas gracias, Muito obrigado tlindau@ctsbrasil.org

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