Transport and mobility

On land and in the air, human displacement is overcoming barriers and reaching further

In a territory of continental dimensions, the Brazilian logistics sector is responsible for 10% of the country's GDP (Gross Domestic Product), which in 2021 corresponds to R$ 860 billion. The road, rail, pipeline, waterway and air modes still have a lot of room for improvement and expansion, and new regulations and concessions have been launched in the last decade and are planned for the next few years for the sector.

The South and Southeast regions account for more than two-thirds of Brazil's GDP and transport GDP. However, from 2002 to 2016, the North, Northeast and Midwest regions grew faster than the others and these regions lead the main challenges in infrastructure projects.

Road transport concentrates 61% of national logistics operations, circulating around 215,000 kilometers of paved roads. This modal concentrates numerous investment and innovation opportunities to solve issues ranging from safety to speed. The prospect of an increase in the fleet of electric and autonomous vehicles by 2050 requires solutions that range from 5G and IoT telecommunications to energy supply to supply vehicles.

In parallel, hundreds of companies have already dedicated themselves to building, operating or manufacturing urban air mobility vehicles, which, in addition to being silent and ecological, can reduce traffic congestion.

Micromobility, on the other hand, has attracted more and more people who are looking for cheaper, sustainable ways of getting around to avoid traffic. The integration between the modals is a joint work between the public and private initiative, and it also has large windows for innovation.  

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Transport and mobility

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