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Investments in transport
infrastructure (2007-2016) in
Brazil and preparations for the
World Cup 2014 and Olympic
Games Ri...
1.Context
2.Federal investments 2007-2016
3.Urban mobility investments
4.Rio de Janeiro
5.Lessons
6.What´s next?
Outline
1. Context
1. Context
• GDP: US$ 2,3 trillion
• World’s 7th economy
• 85% in Urban Areas
• Roads:
– 1’713’885 km
• 202’589 km paved r...
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1900 1919 1938 1957 1976 1995 2014 2033 2050
Populational growth - Brazil
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2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Source: Associação Nacional de Fa...
2. FEDERAL INVESTIMENTS
2007-2016
2. Federal Investments
Public and private investments in transport
(R$billion)
Investment per transport mode
(R$billion)
2. Federal Investments
PAC
1
Acceleration Growth
Program (PAC)
2007 20102009
Responsibility Matrix
World Cup 2014
1970 198...
Federal Gov.
Planning Ministry
Recording
Selection
Approval
Execution
PAC 2
PAC 1
Social and urban
infrastructure
Energy
L...
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
Roadways Railway Ports Waterways Airports Coastal
Shipping
Subways Total
Investment(US$)
Type of ...
2. Federal Investments
Bridge over the Madeira River
2. Federal Investments
7’002 km of roadways, tunnels and bridges under construction in all
Brazilian Regions
63% Finished ...
2. Federal Investments
61% Finished
West-East Integration Railway
2. Federal Investments
98% Finished
Fortaleza Port
2. Federal Investments
Natal Port
3. URBAN MOBILITY
Brazilian cities with organized public transport
3.313 municipalities
Daily bus trips
40 milhões
Direct jobs
537.000
Urban...
3. Urban mobility
Urban public transport by rail
(million passengers/year)
972,7 km of
urban railways
0
50
100
150
200
250
BRT Corridor Train Subway Monorail LRT Airtrain Cable car ITS Road
works
Others Total
11
5
0 0 0 2 0 ...
3. Urban Mobility investments
Status of projects
* Some cities possess BRT Systems, Bus Lanes and Exclusive Lanes simultan...
3. Urban Mobility investments
Original concept of BRT
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil (1975-2011).
3. Urban Mobility investments
BRT: transport system that
contributes to improving life
quality
High capacity vehicles
Mode...
3. Urban Mobility investments
7 States
9 Cities
18 BRT
314,5 km
1 BRT
System
35,0
KM
7 BRT
Systems
81,4KM
1 BRT
System
12,...
Nº Descrição Cidade UF Status Extensão (km)
1 BRT MOVE Antônio Carlos/Pedro I Belo Horizonte MG Em operação 16,0
2 BRT MOV...
4. RIO DE JANEIRO
4. Rio de Janeiro
Capital of Brazil from 1763 to 1960
City Population : 6.4 million
Metropolitan Area : 12.1 million
(> Be...
Municipal
government
FETRANSPOR
(Bus
Companies)
State
goverment
• Unions: 10
• Bus companies: 208
• Fleet: 21.200
• Pax/mo...
Transport system – 2010
4. Rio de Janeiro
4. Rio de Janeiro
Transport system – 2014
4. Rio de Janeiro
Transport system – 2016
Legenda
TransBrasil
TransOeste
TransCarioca
TransOlímpica
Metro
Ferrovia
Transit Oriented Development regions
4. Rio de Ja...
Public transport modal split
Source: FETRANSPOR (2013)
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRS – Bus Rapid Services
Avenida Presidente Vargas
4. Rio de Janeiro
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRS – Bus Rapid Services
Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014)
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Services Original Fleet Rationalization (%)
Copacabana 91 1360 20
Ipanema/Leblon 64 1062 10
Rio Bran...
4. Rio de Janeiro
Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014)
BRT systems
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Length Stations
Operational
date
Travel demand
(thousand/day)
Cost (US$
million)
Articulated
buses
T...
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Transoeste
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Transoeste
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Transcarioca
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT Transcarioca
Operational Control Centre
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT station
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT station
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT vehicle
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT vehicle
4. Rio de Janeiro
BRT VEHICLE
4. Rio de Janeiro
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
FREEWAY CICLOPATH
CABLE CAR
LRT
VIA BINÁRIO DO PORTO
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
Rio’s LRT
• 28 km of rails
• Integrating with
metro, train...
Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016
4. Rio de Janeiro
For more information see: www.portomaravilha.com.br/web/ce...
5. Lessons
5. Lessons
• Focus on the LEGACY is critical to overcome barriers and produce
transformation;
• Lack of strong, qualified ...
5. Lessons
5. Lessons
6. What´s next?
6. What´s next?
• Economical and political crises;
• Many projects still under construction;
• Considerable infrastructure...
Muito obrigado!
‫רבה‬ ‫תודה‬
André Dantas
Technical diretor
Andre.dantas@ntu.org.br
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Investments in transport infrastructure (2007-2016) in Brazil and preparations for the World Cup 2014 and Olympic Games Rio 2016

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Investments in transport infrastructure (2007-2016) in Brazil and preparations for the World Cup 2014 and Olympic Games Rio 2016

  1. 1. Investments in transport infrastructure (2007-2016) in Brazil and preparations for the World Cup 2014 and Olympic Games Rio 2016 André Dantas Technical Director
  2. 2. 1.Context 2.Federal investments 2007-2016 3.Urban mobility investments 4.Rio de Janeiro 5.Lessons 6.What´s next? Outline
  3. 3. 1. Context
  4. 4. 1. Context • GDP: US$ 2,3 trillion • World’s 7th economy • 85% in Urban Areas • Roads: – 1’713’885 km • 202’589 km paved roads – 23,8 km/1’000 km2 Equator 30o S Parallel 30o N Parallel Arctic Circle Antarctic Circle North Pole South Pole First world countries Brazil
  5. 5. 0 50 100 150 200 250 1900 1919 1938 1957 1976 1995 2014 2033 2050 Populational growth - Brazil People(Million) YearSource: Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE) 1. Context
  6. 6. 0 1.000.000 2.000.000 3.000.000 4.000.000 5.000.000 6.000.000 7.000.000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2014: 3,9 million 2020: 5,8 million Source: (Federação Nacional da Distribuição de Veículos Automotores) FENABRAVE 2003-2013 KPMG 2014-2020 – Previsão de Venda Automobiles sales - Brazil Unities Year 2003: 1,4 million Percentual de crescimento 2003 – 2014: 179% 2014 – 2020: 49% 1. Context
  7. 7. 29,5 31,9 34,3 36,7 39,2 42,1 45,4 49,6 54,5 59,4 64,8 70,5 76,1 80,2 20,0 21,2 23,0 23,7 24,9 26,3 27,9 29,9 32,1 34,5 37,2 39,8 42,7 44,7 4,0 4,5 5,7 6,1 7,0 8,1 9,4 11,1 13,0 14,6 16,7 18,3 19,9 21,0 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,3 0,4 0,4 0,4 0,4 0,5 0,5 0,5 0,5 1,2 1,1 1,1 1,1 1,6 1,7 1,8 1,8 1,9 2,0 2,1 2,3 2,4 2,5 0,0 10,0 20,0 30,0 40,0 50,0 60,0 70,0 80,0 90,0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Total Automobiles Motorcycles Bus Truck Source: Departamento Nacional de Trânsito (DENATRAN) Unities(million) Year Fleet composition - Brazil 1. Context
  8. 8. 0 10.000 20.000 30.000 40.000 50.000 60.000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Source: Associação Nacional de Fabricantes de Veículos Automotores – ANFAVEA (Brasil) Bus production - Brazil Year Unities(thousand) 1. Context
  9. 9. 2. FEDERAL INVESTIMENTS 2007-2016
  10. 10. 2. Federal Investments Public and private investments in transport (R$billion) Investment per transport mode (R$billion)
  11. 11. 2. Federal Investments PAC 1 Acceleration Growth Program (PAC) 2007 20102009 Responsibility Matrix World Cup 2014 1970 1980 Massive Infrastructure creation Military regime 1990 2002 Economic and Political recovery Financial crisis Very limited and punctual Investments PAC 2
  12. 12. Federal Gov. Planning Ministry Recording Selection Approval Execution PAC 2 PAC 1 Social and urban infrastructure Energy Logistics Rodways Railways Ports Waterways Airports Water and Light Transports Better cities Communities Energy Housing Roadways Railways Ports Waterways Airports Countryside roads Sewage treatment Drainage Urban Mobility Pavements Historical Cities Digital cities 2. Federal Investments
  13. 13. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Roadways Railway Ports Waterways Airports Coastal Shipping Subways Total Investment(US$) Type of investment PAC 1 PAC 2 Post 2014 2. Federal Investments
  14. 14. 2. Federal Investments Bridge over the Madeira River
  15. 15. 2. Federal Investments 7’002 km of roadways, tunnels and bridges under construction in all Brazilian Regions 63% Finished 20% Finished
  16. 16. 2. Federal Investments 61% Finished West-East Integration Railway
  17. 17. 2. Federal Investments 98% Finished Fortaleza Port
  18. 18. 2. Federal Investments Natal Port
  19. 19. 3. URBAN MOBILITY
  20. 20. Brazilian cities with organized public transport 3.313 municipalities Daily bus trips 40 milhões Direct jobs 537.000 Urban Bus Companies 1.800 Bus fleet operating regular services in urban areas 107.000 vehicles Travel distance produced by bus 7,9 billion km Indirect jobs 1,7 million Diesel oil consumed by urban bus services 3,3 billion litres Bus mode 87% of daily public transport trips in urban areas 3. Urban mobility Urban Public transport by bus
  21. 21. 3. Urban mobility Urban public transport by rail (million passengers/year) 972,7 km of urban railways
  22. 22. 0 50 100 150 200 250 BRT Corridor Train Subway Monorail LRT Airtrain Cable car ITS Road works Others Total 11 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 20 6 47 10 33 1 8 1 5 3 0 1 1 2 65 12 37 0 0 0 2 2 3 3 17 21 97 34 75 3 11 1 9 5 3 7 38 29 215 #Projects Type of project WC 2014 PAC 2 - Great Cities PAC 2 Medium Cities Total 3. Urban Mobility investments
  23. 23. 3. Urban Mobility investments Status of projects * Some cities possess BRT Systems, Bus Lanes and Exclusive Lanes simultaneously. Sources: National Association of Urban Transportation Companies-NTU Ministry of Cities Ministry of Sports Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management Embarq-Global BRT Data Media survey Type Cities * Projects Length (KM) Status In operation Under Construction Bidding processes Preparatory action Licensing Expected BRT 28 65 1.285,5 17 20 3 13 1 11 Bus Lanes 55 128 1.021,4 32 16 8 62 1 9 Exclusive Lanes 32 111 1.148,2 87 4 - - - 20 Total 72 304 3.455,1 136 40 11 75 2 40
  24. 24. 3. Urban Mobility investments Original concept of BRT Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil (1975-2011).
  25. 25. 3. Urban Mobility investments BRT: transport system that contributes to improving life quality High capacity vehicles Modern stations Same level boarding Exclusive Busways Pre-paid fares Original concept of BRT
  26. 26. 3. Urban Mobility investments 7 States 9 Cities 18 BRT 314,5 km 1 BRT System 35,0 KM 7 BRT Systems 81,4KM 1 BRT System 12,0 KM 1 BRT System 10,5 KM 2 BRT Systems 90,0 KM 1 BRT System 17,0 KM 1 BRT System 7,5 KM 2 BRT Systems 22,0 KM 2 BRT Systems 39,1 KM 2015 19 States 33 Cities 92 BRT 902,3 km 2025 19 States 33 Cities
  27. 27. Nº Descrição Cidade UF Status Extensão (km) 1 BRT MOVE Antônio Carlos/Pedro I Belo Horizonte MG Em operação 16,0 2 BRT MOVE Área Central Belo Horizonte MG Obras 1,5 3 BRT MOVE Cristiano Machado Belo Horizonte MG Em operação 6,0 4 Corredor Pedro II Belo Horizonte MG Obras 5,6 5 BRT Mário Andreazza Cuiabá MT Obras 10,0 6 Corredor Aeroporto/Rodoferroviária - Trecho Estadual Curitiba PR Obras Não disponibilizado 7 Corredor Aeroporto/Rodoferroviária - Trecho Municipal Curitiba PR Obras Não disponibilizado 8 BRT: Extensão da Linha Verde Sul Curitiba PR Obras 1,7 9 BRT Alberto Craveiro Fortaleza CE Obras 3,0 10 BRT Avenida Dedé Brasil Fortaleza CE Obras 6,0 11 BRT Avenida Paulino Rocha Fortaleza CE Obras 2,0 12 Corredor Estruturante - Zona Norte/Estádio Arena das Dunas Natal RN Obras 16,3 13 BRT Norte/Sul - Trecho Igarassu/Tacaruna/Centro do Recife Recife PE Em operação 33,3 14 BRT: Leste/Oeste - Ramal Cidade da Copa Recife PE Em operação 5,8 15 Corredor Caxangá (Leste/Oeste) Recife PE Obras 12,5 16 BRT Transcarioca (Aeroporto/Penha/Barra) Rio de Janeiro RJ Em operação 39,0 158,7TOTAL BRT projects for the World Cup 2014 3. Urban Mobility investments # Description City Length Operation Construction Operation Construction Construction Construction Construction NA NA Construction Construction Construction Construction Construction Operation Operation Operation Construction
  28. 28. 4. RIO DE JANEIRO
  29. 29. 4. Rio de Janeiro Capital of Brazil from 1763 to 1960 City Population : 6.4 million Metropolitan Area : 12.1 million (> Belgium, Greece or Portugal) 95% in Urban Areas GDP: 260 US$ billion (about 10% of the national value)
  30. 30. Municipal government FETRANSPOR (Bus Companies) State goverment • Unions: 10 • Bus companies: 208 • Fleet: 21.200 • Pax/month: 240 million • Trips/monthh: 4,5 million •Direct Jobs: 100.000 • Fleet av. age: 4,7 years • Km/month: 150 million • Tax/year: US$ 600 million Source: FETRANSPOR (2013) 4. Rio de Janeiro
  31. 31. Transport system – 2010 4. Rio de Janeiro
  32. 32. 4. Rio de Janeiro Transport system – 2014
  33. 33. 4. Rio de Janeiro Transport system – 2016
  34. 34. Legenda TransBrasil TransOeste TransCarioca TransOlímpica Metro Ferrovia Transit Oriented Development regions 4. Rio de Janeiro
  35. 35. Public transport modal split Source: FETRANSPOR (2013) 4. Rio de Janeiro
  36. 36. BRS – Bus Rapid Services Avenida Presidente Vargas 4. Rio de Janeiro
  37. 37. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRS – Bus Rapid Services Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014)
  38. 38. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Services Original Fleet Rationalization (%) Copacabana 91 1360 20 Ipanema/Leblon 64 1062 10 Rio Branco 93 1545 10 Antônio Carlos 82 1391 10 Estácio 57 1104 - Tijuca 33 765 - Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014) BRS – Bus Rapid Services
  39. 39. 4. Rio de Janeiro Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014) BRT systems
  40. 40. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Length Stations Operational date Travel demand (thousand/day) Cost (US$ million) Articulated buses TransOeste 59 km 59 2012 170 533 119 TransCarioca 39 km 48 2014 340 mil / dia 633 157 TransOlímpica 23 km 14 2015 79 mil / dia 600 60 TransBrasil 32 km 32 2016 500 mil / dia 500 400 Source: City of Rio de Janeiro (2014) BRT systems
  41. 41. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Transoeste
  42. 42. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Transoeste
  43. 43. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Transcarioca
  44. 44. 4. Rio de Janeiro BRT Transcarioca
  45. 45. Operational Control Centre 4. Rio de Janeiro
  46. 46. BRT station 4. Rio de Janeiro
  47. 47. BRT station 4. Rio de Janeiro
  48. 48. BRT vehicle 4. Rio de Janeiro
  49. 49. BRT vehicle 4. Rio de Janeiro
  50. 50. BRT VEHICLE 4. Rio de Janeiro
  51. 51. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro
  52. 52. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro
  53. 53. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro
  54. 54. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro FREEWAY CICLOPATH CABLE CAR LRT VIA BINÁRIO DO PORTO
  55. 55. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro Rio’s LRT • 28 km of rails • Integrating with metro, trains, ferries, cable car, buses and Santos Dumont Airport • Operation will begin in 2016 • Integrated to Porto Maravilha project
  56. 56. Reshaping the city for the Olympic Games 2016 4. Rio de Janeiro For more information see: www.portomaravilha.com.br/web/cepac/index.html • Change of land use and expansion of the construction potential of land • Contribution charges for using the new building potential through Cepacs (Certificates of Additional Potential Construction). Free of charge IAT* = 1 *IAT – Land Usage Index $ collected through Cepacs used to pay construction and urban services Additional Potential (with Cepacs charging)
  57. 57. 5. Lessons
  58. 58. 5. Lessons • Focus on the LEGACY is critical to overcome barriers and produce transformation; • Lack of strong, qualified and well-equipped private and public organizations contributed to: • Decision-making influenced by political actors; • Poor design; • Additional costs; • Operational problems; and • Frustrations. • To improve quality, there must be the understanding of costing implications; • Continuous funding, planning, monitoring and transparency should be part of all public policies at all levels;
  59. 59. 5. Lessons
  60. 60. 5. Lessons
  61. 61. 6. What´s next?
  62. 62. 6. What´s next? • Economical and political crises; • Many projects still under construction; • Considerable infrastructure gap to meet existing demand; • Realisation that municipalities require technical assistance to conceptualize, design, manage and execute projects; • Major discussion about the effectiveness of infrastructure investments; • ….
  63. 63. Muito obrigado! ‫רבה‬ ‫תודה‬ André Dantas Technical diretor Andre.dantas@ntu.org.br

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