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The Jardim Oceânico Station (Portuguese : Estação Jardim Oceânico) is a station on the Rio de Janeiro Metro. The station forms the terminus of Line 4 and then connects it to the bus station Terminal Alvorada in Barra da Tijuca by an extension of TransOeste.
Portuguese is a Western Romance language originating in the Iberian Peninsula. It is the sole official language of Portugal, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Angola, and São Tomé and Príncipe. It also has co-official language status in East Timor, Equatorial Guinea and Macau in China. As the result of expansion during colonial times, a cultural presence of Portuguese and Portuguese creole speakers are also found in Goa, Daman and Diu in India; in Batticaloa on the east coast of Sri Lanka; in the Indonesian island of Flores; in the Malacca state of Malaysia; and the ABC islands in the Caribbean where Papiamento is spoken, while Cape Verdean Creole is the most widely spoken Portuguese-based Creole. Reintegrationists maintain that Galician is not a separate language, but a dialect of Portuguese. A Portuguese-speaking person or nation is referred to as "Lusophone" (Lusófono).
The Rio de Janeiro Metro is a mass-transit underground railway network that serves the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Metrô was inaugurated on March 5, 1979 and consisted of five stations operating on a single line. The system currently covers a total of 58 kilometres (36 mi), serving 41 stations, divided into three lines: Line 1 ; Line 2, which together travel over a shared stretch of line that covers 10 stations of an approximate distance of 5 kilometers; and Line 4. Metrô Rio has the second highest passenger volume of the metro systems in Brazil, after the São Paulo Metro.
Line 4 is a line of the Rio de Janeiro Metro.
The São Paulo Metro, commonly called the Metro or Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo (CMSP), is one of the rapid transit companies that serves the city of São Paulo, alongside São Paulo Metropolitan Trains Company (CPTM) and ViaQuatro, forming the largest metropolitan rail transport network of Latin America. The six main lines in the metro system operate on 96.0 kilometres (59.7 mi) of route, serving 84 stations. The sixth line, Line 15, is a monorail line that partially opened for service in 2014 and it is the first high capacity monorail line of Brazil. In 2016, the five lines operated by CMSP achieved an average weekday ridership of 4.3 million, and provided 1,107 billion rides over the course of 2016.
The Metropolitan of Fortaleza, also known popularly as Metro of Fortaleza or Metrofor, is a system of metropolitan transport that operates in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza, operated by Companhia Cearense de Transportes Metropolitanos, company of social capital, captained by the Government of the State of Ceará, in Brazil, and has as current president Eduardo Hotz. Founded on May 2, 1997, the company is responsible for administration, construction and metro planning in the state of Ceará, being present in the systems of Sobral and Cariri, having its main activity in Fortaleza and its metropolitan region.
Line 4 (Yellow) is a line of the São Paulo Metro, originally called Southeast-Southwest Line. When finished, it will go from Luz to Vila Sônia. The first stretch, between and Faria Lima and Paulista stations, opened on May 25, 2010. Two other stations, Butantã and Pinheiros, were opened in July 2011. Today, the line goes from Butantã to Luz. It was expected that the line would be fully completed by 2014. However, the deadline has been repeatedly pushed back and completion is now currently scheduled for 2019. It is operated by ViaQuatro, a private company which won the public-private partnership to operate Line 4 for 30 years, which can be renewable for another 30 years. Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo, the company operates the other lines in the São Paulo Metro, monitors the operation of the line.
Line 5 (Lilac) is a line of the São Paulo Metro, and is operated by ViaMobilidade. The southern part of the line is operational. This section was completed in 2002 and was envisioned as a surface railway line of the CPTM called Line G. The project was transferred to the São Paulo Metro and the line was built to rapid transit standard and renamed to Line 5. A northern extension connecting it with the rest of the São Paulo Metro network started construction 2009 with a completion deadline of 2013. The project stalled due to issues with property acquisition and restarted in 2011. The completion deadline of the extension has been delayed several times, but it has been reached on 8 April 2019.
Saldanha is an interchange station in central Lisbon, where the Red and Yellow Lines of the Lisbon Metro connect.
Saens Peña Station is a station on the Rio de Janeiro Metro that services the neighbourhood of Tijuca in the North Zone of Rio de Janeiro.
Aeroporto is the terminal station on the Red Line of the Lisbon Metro. The station was built to serve Lisbon Airport.
The Blue Line or Seagull Line is one of the four lines of Lisbon Metro. It is the only line of the Lisbon Metro entirely underground, without any viaduct.
The Green Line or Caravel Line is one of the four lines of Lisbon Metro.
The Red Line or Orient Line is one of the four lines of Lisbon Metro.
Pontinha station is part of the Blue Line of the Lisbon Metro and is located in the Bairro Mário Madeira neighbourhood of Lisbon, near the border with Amadora and Odivelas.
Sete Rios station is part of the Blue Line of the Lisbon Metro.
Marquês de Pombal is an interchange station where the Blue and Yellow Lines of the Lisbon Metro connect, being located on Praça Marquês de Pombal.
Entre Campos station is part of the Yellow Line of the Lisbon Metro.
Guarulhos-CECAP is a station on Line 13 (Jade) of CPTM. This line is an express rail to the São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport.
Ramal da Lousã is a railway line which connects the stations of Coimbra-B, on the Linha do Norte, and Coimbra, in Portugal. It was opened by the Companhia Real dos Caminhos de Ferro Portugueses, under the name Ramal de Coimbra, on 18 October 1885, and was extended to Lousã on 16 December 1906, and to Serpins on 10 August 1930.
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