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Modernity and functionality in harmony with the urban landscape were the precepts that guided the design of the stations for the rapid transit corridors (BRT - Bus Rapid Transit).


The shape of the modules (as the stations are called) seeks to merge with the dynamic landscape. The concept of “an extra bus” is a way of contributing to the non-multiplication of visual stimuli in the urban scene.


The modular stations, designed in a metallic structure, arrive at the construction site with the structure assembled, which allows speed and quality in the final product and agility in the implementation. The ACM (aluminum composite material) closure is also a component that brings efficiency to the project, as it can be replicated in different regions of the city or even in other regions of the country.


The access control to the station is carried out through turnstiles and is also designed for the access of people with special needs.  The BRT also brings comfort to the user, as the use of glass and perforated plates for the side closure allows visibility, lighting and natural ventilation.


The equipment meets the sustainability and accessibility issues, so dear to humanity. It is economical both in its implementation and in its maintenance, it has a system of use of light and internal ventilation, it is 100% accessible, it allows the entry of cyclists and promotes the integration with the other transport systems of the city.


Gustavo Penna, Norberto Bambozzi, Laura Penna, Naiara Costa, Carolina Castro, Henrique Neves, Gabriel de Souza, Marcos Martins, Natália Ponciano, Juliana Sousa. 


Belo Horizonte – Minas Gerais – Brazil


Technical Data
Year of the project: 2012

year of completion of the work: 2014
Built area: average area 300m²


Jomar Bragança

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