3 Guides for Safe, Efficient, and Sustainable Urban Mobility in Brazil

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Managing public transport data, electrifying buses and reducing traffic deaths are policies capable of significantly improving the quality of life in cities and making mobility more equitable for everyone. In Brazil’s cities especially, issues of access, inequality, and race and gender play a significant role in urban transport systems and have significant impacts on millions of transit-dependent communities. As policies and investments into urban mobility in Brazil continue to develop, new challenges require bolder and more innovative solutions using technology, data, and better planning. Solutions also depend on the maturity and technical training of public transport managers and on better coordination between the public sector, the private sector, and civil society organizations.

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