Bruno Rizzon is a Senior Active Mobility Analyst at WRI Brasil. He has been working for seven years on projects focused on road safety, tactical urbanism, complete streets and active mobility in several cities in Brazil and Latin America.
Bruno brings the perspective of road safety to different urban mobility projects with the objective of saving lives. He also works to ensure that urban design and transport planning prioritize active modes of transport, such as walking and cycling, making cities healthier and more sustainable.
Bruno also works on the development of road safety plans and has already supported the cities of Fortaleza, São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
He holds a degree in Civil Engineering from UFRGS (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul) with part of his studies completed at Politecnico di Torino, Italy. Also, he is currently a master’s student in Transport Engineering. He holds an international certification from the University of Newcastle in road safety audits and inspections and has completed the Global Road Safety Leadership Course offered by Johns Hopkins University and the Global Road Safety Partnership.
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