Odebrecht TransPort

Develops and operates infrastructure and public services ventures in the areas of urban mobility and roadways and invests in integrated logistics systems that contribute to Brazil’s development and competitiveness. Odebrecht TransPort’s operations are based on projects structured through concessions, public-private partnerships and synergies with private companies.

Section of the Dom Pedro I Corridor in São Paulo, operated by the Rota das Bandeiras Concessionaire.


Urban Mobility

  • SuperVia: the largest urban passenger rail system in Brazil (270 km), with 102 stations. Transports over 540,000 passengers daily in Rio de Janeiro and 11 other municipalities.
  • ViaQuatro: responsible for operations and maintenance of Line 4- Yellow Line of the São Paulo Metro (12.8 km), which transports more than 600,000 people per day.
  • Otima: urban furniture in São Paulo City, where 7,500 covered bus stops and 12,500 information totems will be installed.


  • Rota das Bandeiras Concessionaire: manages the Dom Pedro I Corridor (296.6 km), the road system that runs through 17 municipalities in the Campinas Metropolitan Region, Paraíba Valley and Jundiaí, in São Paulo State.
  • Rota dos Coqueiros Concessionaire: operates the 6.5-km Reserva do Paiva road system in Cabo de Santo Agostinho, PE. 
  • Rota do Atlântico Concessionaire: responsible for construction, maintenance, and operation of the 45-km Suape Road and Logistics Complex/Expressway, PE.
  • Bahia Norte Concessionaire: operates the 121-km state highway system that connects the Aratu Industrial Center, the Aratu Port Terminal, the Camaçari Industrial Complex, and Salvador Airport.
  • Litoral Norte Concessionaire: manages 217 km of highways in Bahia: the Estrada do Coco and Linha Verde, on route BA-099 in Bahia.
  • Transolímpica Concessionaire: responsible for building and operating the 12.2-km expressway linking Barra da Tijuca and Deodoro in Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
  • ConectCar:  operates nationwide in the segment of electronic payments of tolls, parking, and fuel.

Integrated Logistics Systems 

  • Embraport: the largest privately owned container terminal in Brazil. Located in the Port of Santos, when completed it will handle 2 million TEUs (the unit equivalent to one 20-foot container).
  • Logum: responsible for building an integrated ethanol transportation logistics system covering five Brazilian states (MG, MS, SP, GO, and RJ).
  • Liquiport: port operator that manages liquid bulk terminals with estimated capacity for handling 90,000 cu.m in the Port of Vila Velha, ES.

Highlights in 2012

  • Invested BRL 284 million (USD 139 million) in SuperVia (the largest investment in recent decades), adding 41 trains to the fleet and increasing passenger capacity from 266,000 to 1.2 million.
  • Awarded project to install and maintain urban furniture in São Paulo.
  • Acquired and broke ground for bulk liquid storage terminals in Espírito Santo, creating Liquiport.
  • Awarded project to build and operate the Transolímpica Expressway in Rio de Janeiro.
  • Creation, in partnership with Ultra (Ipiranga), of the ConectCar company for electronic payment of tolls, parking, and fuel.
  • Continued working on the Embraport Terminal construction project, scheduled to begin operations by July 2013.
  • The Engenheiro Constâncio Cintra highway, operated by the Rota das Bandeiras concessionaire, became the first in Brazil to deploy the Free Flow system: toll charges proportional to distance covered.

Awards and recognition

  • Average approval rating of 96% on Rota dos Coqueiros in a user survey carried out by the Social and Economic Research Institute of Pernambuco (IPESP).
  • Best user satisfaction rating (91.2%), obtained by the São Paulo Metro’s Line 4-Yellow Line, according to the Service Quality Survey conducted by the Datafolha Institute.