Scenario of Urban Mobility in Brazil

Report
MetroRail
The 2nd International Conference of the Railways Tariff
Regulators
Luiz José Berenguer – Counselor of ANPTrilhos
Apoio:
Who we Are
ANPTrilhos is a non-profit nationwide Civil Association, with
headquarters in Brasília/DF.
Mission
To promote the development and the enhancement of the
transportation of passengers on rails in Brazil.
Vision
To be recognized and respected as a reference in supporting
the sector of transportation of passengers on rails in Brazil
and abroad.
Values
Ethics; Responsibility;
Sustainability
Transparency;
Commitment
and
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Associates
São Paulo Metro
Federal District Metro
ALSTOM Brasil Ltda.
MPE – Montagens e
Projetos Especiais S/A
SIEMENS Ltda.
Companhia Paulista de
Trens Metropolitanos
VIAQUATRO
Company of Urban Trains
of Porto Alegre S.A
BOMBARDIER Transportation
Brasil Ltda.
TTRANS
Rio de Janeiro Metro
Brazilian Company of Metropolitan Trains
CAF Brasil S/A
Associação Brasileira da
Indústria Ferroviária
SUPERVIA
Bahia Metro
GE Transportation
Associação Bras. das
Operadoras de Trens
Turísticos Culturais
IAT-Pandrol
Associação Nacional dos
Transportes Ferroviários
Apoio:
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Representativeness of ANPTrilhos
With a strong presence
in the urban railway
sector, ANPTrilhos’
associated operators
are responsible for
99,7% of the
passengers
transported by this
mode in Brazil
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Scenario of Urban Mobility in Brazil
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Passengers
2,9
billion
passengers
1,9
billion
2010
2,3
billion
passengers
2011
We are already
9.3 million
Passengers / day
Transported on rails in
Brazil
2,5
billion
passengers
2012
2013
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Scenario of Urban Mobility in Brazil
Brazil has 18 railway systems
for
the
transport
of
passengers spread out in 11
States and the Federal
District (Brasilia)
Rail systems are
present in less than
48% of the Brazilian
States.
MO
These systems are operated
by 15 companies, of which 4
are private.
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Scenario of Urban Mobility in Brazil
981 km of
extension
40 lines
3900 cars
operating
509
stations
Brazilian Metro-Railway Network in 2013/2014
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Scenario of Urban Mobility in Brazil
Participation of Urban Transport Systems in Brazilian Cities
39%
Motorized
Individual
25%
Bus
3,8%
Train
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Revenues and Funding
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Brazilian Model
The funding of the urban railways depends on the organization´s commercial revenues (fares and
other revenues) and the organization model:
• Federal - public
• State – public
• Municipal - public
• State Concession – private
• Municipal Concession - private
São Paulo
Metrô SP
•
Commercial revenues
cover 100% of the
operational cost.
•
Commercial revenues
cover xx% of the
operational cost.
•
Government provides
the investments
•
Government supports
xx% of operational costs
+ all capital investments.
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Investment and Funding Trends
Government
establishes
economic limits and
parameters for
concessions
Private concessionaire
duties:
Public Bid
•
Construction
•
Investment
•
Operation
Supported by fares that
are regulated by the
Government
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Investments
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Metro-railway– Investments
Brazil is struggling on the expansion of the metro-railway
network over the next six years
29 projects are well-advanced, many being contracted or already
running. They include 584,2 km of Metropolitan Lines, LRT’s,
Monorails, and Regional and Metropolitan Trains.
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Projects in Execution – Scenario 2020
Considering the PPP contracted projects and the ones already running, Brazil will, by 2020,
have 29
projects completed in the sector of rail transportation for passengers.
Fortaleza´s metro East Line
Fortaleza´s LTR
Sobral´s LTR
Recife´s metro - expansion
Salvador´s metro – Lines 1 and 2
Cuiaba´s
LTR
Goiania´s LTR
Rio´s LTR – 6 lines
Rio de Janeiro´s Line 4
Metro Line 4 – expansion
Metro Line 5 – expansion
Metro Line 6 – PPP
Urban Train Line 7 – expansion
Urban Train Line 8 – expansion
Urban Train Line 9 – expansion
Urban Train Line 10 – expansion
Urban Train Line 11 – expansion
Urban Train Line 12 – expansion
Urban Train Line 13
Monorail Line 15
Monorail Line 17
Monorail Line 18 - PPP
LTR Santos/São Vicente
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Metrorail – Investiments
In addition to the projects that are already running, Brazil
has a portfolio of over 25 projects of rail systems.
There are around 2.700 km of lines, which could
quadruplicate the current Brazilian rail network for
passengers.
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Investiments – Scenario 2020
Projects with potential hiring until 2020
Manaus´ Monorail
Regional Train Teresina - Codó
Natal´s LTR
Recife´s LTR
Maceió´s LTR – expansion
and new line
Brasília´s LTR
Metro – Expansion
Regional Train Brasília – Goiânia
Regional Train Brasília - Luziânia
Curitiba´s metro
Regional Train Maringa/Londrina
Porto Alegre´s metro
Canoas´Aeromovel
Regional Train Caxias do Sul/Bento Gonçalves
Regiona Train Pelotas – Rio Grande
Regional Trains
Metro Line 2
Metro Line 3
Urban Train Eldorado/Belvedere
Metro Line 3
High Speed Train RioSão Paulo
Intercity Trains
Metro Line 2 – Expansion
Metro Line 20
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Scenario of Mobility - Investments
Despite the large volume of investments, the
population’s needs are not met and the expansion
growth rate does not even keep the demand growth,
regardless the existence of several projects, which are
not completed yet.
There is still need for more investments for the
expansion of the railway systems, increase of the
rolling stocks and the rebuilt of the existent.
We still wait for the selection of the projects within PAC
Medium Cities, hoping that projects on rail have been
granted to be implemented in several cities.
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Social and Urban Legacy
The major legacy for the cities is
essentially the infrastructure of mobility,
that will be used by the whole population
during decades.
For this reason, the National Association of
Transporters of Passengers on Rail
(ANPTrilhos), working in an integrated
manner with entities, system operators and
the metro-rail industry, defends, as central
point, the amplification of investment in the
sector.
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Thanks
Luiz José Berenguer
Counselor of ANPTrilhos
ANPTrilhos National Association of Transporters of Passengers on Rail
Brasília: SAS Quadra 01, Bloco J, Edifício CNT, Sala 510
Fone/Fax: +55 61 3322-3158
[email protected]
www.anptrilhos.org.br
Twitter: @ANPTrilhos
Facebook: Anp Trilhos
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