Renato Guimarães Ribeiro – CEFET-MG & PET/COPPE/UFRJ
Marcos Fontoura de Oliveira – PUC-Minas
Brazilian Law establishes the universal provision of public transportation as a guideline in planning and management of urban mobility systems. Following this guideline is essential to observe if the service offered has quality and equity in the villages and slums of Belo Horizonte, it is necessary to lead the formal service into the informal city too. This service allows for better internal coordination of villages and slums, making easy the integration with other service lines of urban public transport system and guarantee to the resident’s access to urban facilities, such as schools, health centers, churches and trade.