About the Webinar

Fortaleza, Brazil transformed its urban mobility during a time of economic recession through the implementation of low cost and high impact projects. The transition from a car- to people-centric paradigm is based on three key factors: strong political support, highly qualified technical staff and data-based policies towards the promotion of public transport, cycling, and walking. This webinar presented a broader context of Fortaleza and sustainable transport projects that resulted in a safer and people-friendly city, and conclude with lessons learned and transferable policies.

Fortaleza is the winner of the 2019 Sustainable Transport Award and will host MOBILIZE this June. MOBILIZE will showcase best practices and lessons in sustainable mobility to an international group of city practitioners and researchers, engaging Fortaleza as a learning laboratory.


Webinar Recording


About the Presenters

Luiz Alberto Saboia Executive Secretary of the Office of Public Services, Fortaleza, Brazil

Luiz Alberto Aragão Saboia is the current Executive Secretary of the Office of Public Services of Fortaleza, Brazil. Since 2013, he has been working to develop and implement projects related to Sustainable Urban Mobility and Road Safety Public Policies. He is the President of Fortaleza Road Safety Committee and Fortaleza’s Representative of the Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety and the Safer City Streets. He has a Master’s in Public Policies Planning and Evaluation and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration. Furthermore, he teaches at the University of Fortaleza (Center of Science, Management and Communication) and coordinates the Road Safety Observatory.

Deliani Siregar Urban Planning Associate, ITDP Indonesia

Deliani Siregar, who goes by Anggi, is an urban planner with a bachelors degree in Engineering and Urban and Regional Planning from Gadjah Mada University. She is an urban enthusiast who has a strong passion for mobility and transportation affairs.  Anggi is responsible for the project coordination and field supervision of Jakarta’s non-motorized transportation (NMT) vision and design implementation until 2022. In the past, Anggi has contributed to many different projects and built her expertise by providing TOD, NMT, and BRT plans and assessments for local sustainable mobility planners, reducing transport emissions in Indonesian cities, contributing to BRT cost estimation planning for the Asian Development Bank (ADB), and providing alternative designs to support great walking and cycling environments throughout Jakarta.

In her spare time, Anggi loves to write. She is an author and has already published two books for kids and collaborated on several other fiction books. She is also a radio announcer and program director. Anggi joined the ITDP Indonesia staff in 2015.


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