Odebrecht TransPort contributes to the improvement of the infrastructure and the competitiveness of Brazil by developing projects, investing, setting up and operating companies in the following areas:
Its activities aim to raise the productivity of the Brazilian economy and the quality of life of its people by means of fast, efficient, safe and comfortable transportation systems. The Business prioritizes participation in federal and state concessions, in addition to working through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) and undertakings in collaboration with other companies.
Investments are made in projects all the way from their early development stages to full functioning and operation. The company now has over 5,100 members and 20 assets in several Brazilian states:
Urban rapid transit
- SuperVia – operation of light-rail trains in the Metropolitan Area of Rio de Janeiro, with 270 km and 102 stations. The system meets the needs of 600 thousand passengers per day;
- Line 6 of the São Paulo Subway System, connecting the North Zone of the capital city to Downtown with 15.5 km of line and 15 stations;
- Rio LRV – connecting the Port Zone to Rio de Janeiro’s downtown area and to the Santos Dumont Airport by light rail vehicles (LRV);
- Goiânia LRV – operation of light rail vehicles in the capital of Goiás over a 13.6 km line with 12 stations and five integration terminals;
- Otima – installation of outdoor public fixtures, with 7,500 new bus stop shelters and 14,700 information posts, in the city of São Paulo;
- ViaQuatro – operation of Line 4 - Yellow line of the São Paulo Subway system, over a 15.7 km line serving 700 thousand passengers per day.
- Oeste Route – repair and maintenance of the 851 km BR-163 highway between Sinop (MT) and the border of Mato Grosso do Sul;
- Bandeiras Route – concession of the Dom Pedro I Corridor (photo), 297 km long, passing through 17 municipalities in the State of São Paulo;
- Coqueiros Route – a 6.5 km road in Cabo de Santo Agostinho (PE);
- Atlântico Route – expansion and modernization of the roads of the Suape port region and the Southern coast of Pernambuco;
- Fronteiras Route – maintenance and conservation of 220 km of the PR-323 Corridor, between Maringá and Francisco Alves, with a plan to double the number of lanes along 207 km of the highway, in the Northeast of Paraná;
- Bahia Norte – a system of highways 121 km long that connects seven municipalities in the Salvador Metropolitan Area (BA);
- Litoral Norte – management of 217 km of BA-099 (BA);
- ViaRio – connection between Barra da Tijuca and Deodoro, in Rio de Janeiro, 13 km long;
- ConectCar – electronic payment of highway tolls, parking fees and fuel, in several states.
Integrated logistics systems
- Embraport (video) – the country's largest private port terminal for containers, in the Port of Santos (SP);
- Logum – a pipeline system for the transport of ethanol from the West-Central to the Southeastern region;
- Liquiport – port operations with bulk liquid reception terminals, in Vila Velha (ES);
- Sugar Terminal in Suape – management of the sugar terminal at the Port of Suape (PE).
- Galeão – expansion, maintenance and operation, beginning in August, 2014, of the Rio de Janeiro International Airport (Galeão).
Bahia Norte, the Salvador Metropolitan Area (BA)
ConectCar: electronic payment of highway tolls, parking fees and fuel
Logum: a pipeline system for the transport of ethanol
RIOGaleão: operation of the Rio de Janeiro International Airport
Bandeiras Route: Dom Pedro I Corridor, in the State of São Paulo
Coqueiros Route, in Cabo de Santo Agostinho (PE)
SuperVia: operation of light-rail trains in the Metropolitan Area of Rio de Janeiro
ViaQuatro: operation of Line 4 - Yellow line of the São Paulo Subway system
Fronteiras Route, in the Northeast of Paraná
Otima: installation of outdoor public fixtures in the city of São Paulo
Rio LRV, in Rio de Janeiro
Awards and Distinctions
Odebrecht TransPort´s quality of work has been recognized by several awards. The Otima company received the 2013 Good Design Award for its Structured Chaos shelter model, while the Rota das Bandeiras was named as the Third Best Highway in Brazil by the National Confederation of Transportation (CNT). In addition, SuperVia was chosen as the Best Passenger Transport Operator in 2013 by Ferroviária magazine.
The Group has been granted concessions for more than 30 years, some of which were the first in Brazil, such as in electrical power, sanitation and highways. During this period, Odebrecht's Engineering and Construction teams were active in the field.
After six year without a concession award in Brazil – and following the sale of its share in Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias - CCR in 2003, Odebrecht returned to the industry in 2009, when it won a 30-year management contract for the Dom Pedro I Corridor (photo) in the interior of the state of São Paulo, through the Rota das Bandeiras Concession. This is one of the most important highway systems in the country, interconnecting the Metropolitan Region of Campinas.
In 2010, Odebrecht TransPort was formed with four assets. The new enterprise intensified investments in transportation and logistics and gained a new shareholder in the Fundo de Investimento do Fundo de Garantia do Tempo de Serviço – FI-FGTS (Investment fund of the Seniority Guarantee Fund), which acquired 30% of the company’s capital. Over the following three years, Odebrecht TransPort raised approximately R$ 8 billion in resources for its projects.