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Latin America represents over 60% of the global demand that is serviced by more than 4,000 kilometers of BRT and exclusive corridors that currently exist in nearly 170 cities around the world. 

Despite this advance, Latin American cities falsecontinue to suffer the consequences of motorized development, given the dominance of the private vehicle and a poor public transit system. This translates to high rates of accidents, pollution and chronic diseases due to a lack of public spaces for physical activity, and the deterioration of quality of life of the people in terms of time, accessibility, convenience, reliability and cost, as well as the loss of urban competitiveness.

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Authorities invite to the Summit of Lima

Gustavo Frut – Mayor of Curitiba

Gustavo Frut – Mayor of Curitiba

Jaime Lerner – SIBRT Honorary President

Jaime Lerner – SIBRT Honorary President

 

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III SIBRT Conference "Best Practices SIBRT in Latin America" - Belo Horizonte 2013

III SIBRT Conference "Best Practices SIBRT in Latin America" - Belo Horizonte 2013

Mensaje de Jaime Lerner al II Congreso

Mensaje de Jaime Lerner al II Congreso


Key Factors for a High Quality Public Transport

Key Factors for a High Quality Public Transport

Belo Horizonte Urban Mobility Plan

Belo Horizonte Urban Mobility Plan