ABOTTC is a recognized entity to gather and represent with excellence the interests of cultural tourism operators in national and international scope. Diffuser of a new face for the transport of passengers in Brazil, which analyzes both the preservation and revitalization of stretches in activity and the disabled.
Founded in 1990 and acting nationally, The Association of Metro Engineers and Architects – AEAMESP, through various means – in particular through its annual congress, the Technology Week – seeks to valorize and disseminate the railway/metro technology. Recognizing the significance of integration between different modes of transport, it defends the implementation, expansion and continuous modernization of rail systems, within the understanding that they are the best that restructure mobility in the most densely populated regions, order the public space and provide the greatest socioeconomic and natural environmental benefits.
The Association of Engineers of the Santos to Jundiaí Railroad – AEEFSJ – is a non-profit civil society founded on May 18, 1954 by collective resolution of the Engineers and Architects of this railway. Headquartered in Rua José Paulino nº 07, Bairro da Luz, in the city of São Paulo, AEEFSJ counts 208 associates, specialized professionals in the metro rail transportation sector.
Since its foundation, AEEFSJ has contributed to the development of rail transport, defending the preservation of historical railway heritage, contributing to the development, improvement and efficiency of railway technology.
IAF advises, studies and develops projects for the recovery of rail assets, rehabilitation of closed branches, constitution of colonies, communities or productive undertakings in co-relation with the railroad, seeking to reuse station buildings for productive purposes and promoting transport on rails.