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  • ViaQuatro
    ViaQuatro is the concessionaire responsible for operating and maintaining Line 4-Yellow of São Paulo’s subway system, being the first public-private partnership in the country. It is recognized for the high technological level of its automated driverless system and high level of user satisfaction. The concessionaire has already invested US$450 million in systems, equipment and trains. Phase one of the project foresees 14 (84 cars) and up to 15 (90 cars) in phase two. During the 30-year concession term, ViaQuatro will invest more than US$2 billion. Currently, the line has 10 stations - Luz, República, Higienópolis-Mackenzie, Paulista, Oscar Freire, Fradique Coutinho, Faria Lima, Pinheiros, Butantã and São Paulo-Morumbi - and is 11.3 kilometers long. When the project is concluded, the line will extend 12.8 km and have 11 stations, connecting Luz station (downtown) to Vila Sônia (west side).
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  • CCR Barcas
    The concessionaire is responsible for deploying an innovative management model for traditional transportation in the state of Rio de Janeiro, created 184 years ago. It is the fourth largest waterway transport company in the world, responsible for six lines on which an average of 70,000 passengers travel per day. The concessionaire has 19 vessels.
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  • VLT Carioca
    Grupo CCR is a shareholder in the VLT Carioca Concessionaire through the Public-Private Partnership, which is responsible for deploying, operating and maintaining the Light Rail Vehicle (VLT) trains and systems in the city of Rio de Janeiro. With three lines and 29 stops/stations in operation, the VLT connects the Port Region to the financial district of the city, passing through Central do Brasil and Santos Dumont Airport in a fast, safe and sustainable way. With 92% public approval according to Datafolha, the system has a low evasion rate even without turnstiles or collectors and a low accident rate, despite operating in the city center. On average, VLT Carioca carries around 115,000 users/business day, with peaks of around 120,000.
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  • CCR Metrô Bahia
    CCR Metrô Bahia is the concessionaire responsible for the construction and operation of the Salvador and Lauro Freitas Subway System and is the entry point of Grupo CCR in the Northeast Region of the country. The concession is a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) that includes the state of Bahia and Grupo CCR. Over a period of 30 years, until 2043, the PPP will promote investments in the order of BRL 5.8 billion. The Salvador and Lauro de Freitas Subway System will consist of two lines, with a total length of 42 kilometers and 23 stations.
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  • ViaMobilidade
    ViaMobilidade is the concessionaire responsible for the operation and maintenance of Line-5 of the subway and Line 17-Gold of the monorail in São Paulo. The concession, which has a validity of 20 years, includes investments of more than BRL 3 billion in maintenance, upkeep, improvements, requalification, adaptation and expansion of the lines throughout the agreement. Altogether, the project foresees 25 stations, 17 on the 5-Lilac line and 8 on the 17-Gold line of the monorail, totaling 27.8 kilometers of tracks.
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  • Quicko
    Quicko is a technology startup that combines all the options of urban mobility for transportation in major cities. The platform is available in the metropolitan region of São Paulo, in the city of Rio de Janeiro and in Belo Horizonte. Another service offered is the recharge of the Bilhete Único (single ticket) in São Paulo. The app reached 1 million downloads in September 2020. Quicko was created to integrate the different locomotion possibilities and, with real-time big data analysis, show travelers the various routes possible and their advantages and disadvantages.
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