Henrique is the Urban Development Manager at WRI Brasil Ross Center for Sustainable Cities, where he works in urban planning and financing. Currently he supports projects on master plans revision, transit-oriented development, social housing and air quality. He also works on projects with a...
- Urban Development Manager, WRI Brasil Ross Center for Sustainable CitiesBrazil
During the last decade, Brazil has witnessed unprecedented federal investment in public and non-motorized transport projects.
- Press Release
Bloomberg Philanthropies, the foundation of three-term New York City Mayor and current United Nations Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, Michael R. Bloomberg, announced today a new phase of its Global Road Safety initiative.
Well-planned and effectively implemented concession contracts are a crucial part of ensuring high quality public transport systems. These regulations are negotiated between the city and private companies that bid for the right to operate transport systems under certain conditions.
EMBARQ Brasil has partnered with Joinville – at 546,000 residents the most populous city in the southern state of Santa Catarina – to help craft the city’s strategy for people-oriented, sustainable mobility.
- Photo Essay
Belo Horizonte, one of the host cities for Brazil’s 2014 World Cup, launched its MOVE bus rapid transit (BRT) system on March 8, 2014, which will drastically improve urban mobility in the quickly growing city. Today the city is home to 2.5 million people, while it was designed in 1897 to hold...
- Photo Essay
Brasília, Brazil recently launched the first of four corridors in its new Expresso DF bus rapid transit (BRT) system. EMBARQ Brazil has supported the planning and implementation of the Eixo Sul corridor through strategic alignment and prioritizing traffic...
Brazil’s capital city of Brasília launched its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor – the Eixo Sul – this past Friday in a ceremony conducted by President Dilma Rousseff and Agnelo Queiroz, Governor of Distrito Federal.
Less than two months after launching its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte has begun operations on its second: MOVE Antônio Carlos.
Rio de Janeiro’s newest bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor, the TransCarioca, began operations on Sunday June 1, 2014. This newest addition to Rio’s already well-developed BRT network will connect the Barra da Tijuca neighborhood to the Tom Jobim International Airport.