Development of strategic and sustainable transport and logistics infrastructure plan

Client: Federal government of Brazil

Partners: JM Souto, Ramboll, Imtraff, Iber-geo

We aimed to provide specialized technical services to improve the Government’s Road Concessions Program (PROCROFE) by building a strategic plan for the Program within 18 months. The plan should consider governance and management tools that facilitate the determination of measurable guidelines, objectives and targets, as well as the development of performance targets, allowing greater transparency for implementation, monitoring and evaluation of PROCROFE and the implementation of a risk management system.

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for the City of Zadar

Client: EY Croatia

Partners: None

We developed a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for Zadar, a strategic plan designed to satisfy the mobility needs of people and businesses in cities and their surroundings for a better quality of life. SUMP aims to create a better urban transport system by improving safety, security, and sustainability, reducing air and noise pollution and enhancing the attractiveness and quality of the urban environment and urban design for the benefits of citizens, the economy and society as a whole. This plan also involves types of traffic that have less impact on the environment, use sustainable energy sources, which are more energy-efficient and increase citizens quality of life. 

We developed SUMP through research and data gathering processes, by defining goals and measures for their achievement, and by interacting with key stakeholders.

Catalonia Bicycle Strategy 2025

Client: Generalitat de Catalunya

Partners: Esteyco S.A.

We provided technical assistance to support and follow up on different tasks carried out by the Directorate for Mobility Infrastructures (DGIM), in relation to the development of the Catalan Bicycle Strategy 2025 (ECB 2025).

Land value capture study and site-level TOD plan for the Santa Catarina and Soledade rail stations

Client: Inter-American Development Bank

Partners: Urban Systems, Levisky Arquitetos, Ibergeo

We worked in a consultancy that aimed to conduct a study of the land value capture in order to fund our site-level Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) plan for the Santa Catarina and Soledade rail stations in the Northern Administrative Region of Natal.

Interventions of tactical urbanism in the cities of Ríonegro and Montería, Colombia

Client: Inter-American Development Bank

Partners: IBERGEO Consulting & IAA Studio

Mcrit participates in the design of tactical urban planning projects in the cities of Montería and Río Negro (Colombia) and provides technical assistance and support to these two municipalities for the socialization and implementation of these projects.

Need Assessment & Design of the Sewer System in Belo Jardim, Bezerros, Ceruaru, and Escada (Brazil)

Client: Companhia Pernambucana de Saneamento (COMPESA), Inter-American Development Bank

Mcrit is working on the need assessment & design of the sewer system of Belo Jardim, Bezerros, Ceruaru, and Escada, using the methodology of implementation of Condominial Exhaustion Systems.

The following services are provided:

  • Design the best alternative of exhaustion of each lot and block and the most efficient way of connection to the sewage collection network, discussed and agreed with the community;
  • Sensitize the participation of the beneficiaries in the processes of adhesion to the system to implement the system of exhaustion in each lot and block;
  • Adherence of 100% of the households located in the areas covered by the Projects to the Condominial Systems of Sanitary Exhaustion;
  • Orient the population to the proper use of the city’s sewage system, collaborating for its sustainability;
  • Update the Client database and the Compesa map database in the area covered by the Projects.

Master Plan for Road Network of Tarragona Province, 2013

Client: Provincial Council of Tarragona

The Master Plan for Road Network of Tarragona Province aims to define the local road network in the province of Tarragona, analysing in detail the ways that could be classified as local roads, defining quality standards required by local road network and assessing  the cost and scheduling that represent the investments throughout the term of the Plan and its viability using GIS.

Mobility Plan – Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, 2018

Client: Board of the Sagrada Familia

The temple of the Sagrada Familia is located at the intersection of Mallorca, Provença, Marina and Sardenya streets, in the centre of the Ensanche district. The temple generates a tourist attraction that has to coexist with the daily activity of the residents of the neighbourhood, a fact that generates conflict.

The objective of the EAMG is to define the necessary improvements in the transport offer to guarantee the viability of the Temple in the short and medium term within the framework of the forecasts of evolution of its urban environment, taking into account that the completion of the works of the building are planned for 2026.

Coordinating the New Road Development Plan 2018-2032 of Guatemala, 2018

Client: National Competitiveness Program – Ministry of Economy, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)

Partners: Gisystems

MCRIT is the coordinator of the new Road Development Plan 2018-2032 of Guatemala. The objective of this road development plan is  to identify a portfolio of short, medium and long-term projects in the transport sector with an intermodal approach that responds to the present and future needs of the economy, through scenario planning, which will allow the prioritization of investments, designs and studies of the country’s transportation system.

Optimization & Consolidation of the Várzeas do Tietê Program, Brazil, 2018

Client: Department of Water and Electric Power of the State of São Paulo – DAEE, Inter-American Development Bank


Development of alternative studies for optimization and consolidation of the 1st Stage of the Várzeas do Tietê – PVT Program, in the municipalities of São Paulo and Guarulhos, under the responsibility of the DAEE. The studies include analysis, review of existing projects and, if necessary, new proposals for the tracing the São Paulo and Guarulhos Park and Bicycle paths, interconnections between the two routes and the urban layout of the municipalities involved and the insertion of support equipment in the light Conservation of existing floodplains and minimum resettlement. The studies should also present solutions to the housing issues resulting from the analyses, review of existing projects and new proposals for walking the park and cycle path.