List of Rio de Janeiro BRT stations

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Below is a list of stations on the BRT network in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rio de Janeiro Capital of state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, or simply Rio, is anchor to the Rio de Janeiro metropolitan area and the second-most populous municipality in Brazil and the sixth-most populous in the Americas. Rio de Janeiro is the capital of the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil's third-most populous state. Part of the city has been designated as a World Heritage Site, named "Rio de Janeiro: Carioca Landscapes between the Mountain and the Sea", by UNESCO on 1 July 2012 as a Cultural Landscape.

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31 de Outubro Station TransOeste.jpg Paciência [1]
Aeroporto de Jacarepaguá Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca [2] Aiga departingflights.svg Jacarepaguá Airport [2]
Américas Park Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca [3]
Ana Gonzaga Station TransOeste.jpg Inhoaíba [4]
André Rocha Station Transcarioca.png Taquara [5]
Aracy Cabral Station Transcarioca.png Tanque [6]
Arroio Pavuna Station Transcarioca.png Jacarepaguá
Benvindo de Novaes Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Bosque da Barra Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca
Cajueiros Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Campinho Station Transcarioca.png Madureira
Cândido Magalhães Station TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande
Capitão Menezes Station Transcarioca.png Campinho
Cardoso de Moraes Station Transcarioca.png Bonsucesso
Centro Metropolitano Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca
Cesarão I Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Cesarão II Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Cesarão III Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Cesarinho Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Cosmos Station TransOeste.jpg Cosmos
CTEx. Station TransOeste.jpg Barra de Guaratiba [7]
Curicica Station Transcarioca.png Jacarepaguá [8]
Curral Falso Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz [9]
Divina Providência Station Transcarioca.png Taquara
Dom Bosco Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Embrapa Station TransOeste.jpg Guaratiba
Fundão Station Transcarioca.png Ilha do Fundão  [ pt ]
Galeão - Tom Jobim 1 Station Transcarioca.png Galeão Aiga departingflights.svg Access to Terminal 1 of Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport [10] [11]
Galeão - Tom Jobim 2 Station Transcarioca.png Galeão Aiga departingflights.svg Access to Terminal 2 of Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport [11] [12]
Gastão Rangel Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Gelson Fonseca Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
General Olímpio Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Gilka Machado Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Gláucio Gil Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Golfe Olímpico Station TransOeste.jpg Not in operation
Gramado Station TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande
Guaporé Station Transcarioca.png Vila da Penha
Guignard Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Guiomar Novaes Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Ibiapina Station Transcarioca.png Olaria
Icurana Station TransOeste.jpg Cosmos
Ilha de Guaratiba Station TransOeste.jpg Guaratiba [13]
Inhoaíba Station TransOeste.jpg Inhoaíba
Interlagos Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca
IPASE Station Transcarioca.png Praça Seca
Júlia Miguel Station TransOeste.jpg Paciência [14]
Lourenço Jorge Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca
Magarça Station TransOeste.jpg Guaratiba
Marambaia Station Transcarioca.png Vicente de Carvalho
Maré Station Transcarioca.png Maré
Mato Alto Station TransOeste.jpg Guaratiba
Mercadão Station Transcarioca.png Madureira
Merck Station Transcarioca.png Taquara
Notre Dame Station TransOeste.jpg Vargem Grande
Nova Barra Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Novo Leblon Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca
Olaria Station Transcarioca.png Olaria Aiga railtransportation.svg Logo da SuperVia.svg Saracuruna Line (integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [15] [16]
Otaviano Station Transcarioca.png Madureira
Parque de São Paulo Station TransOeste.jpg Paciência
Parque Esperança Station TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande
Pastor José Santos Station Transcarioca.png Penha
Pedra de Itaúna Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes
Pedro Correia Station Transcarioca.png Jacarepaguá [17]
Pedro Taques Station Transcarioca.png Penha Circular [18]
Penha 1 Station Transcarioca.png Penha [19]
Penha 2 Station Transcarioca.png Penha [20]
Pina Rangel Station TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande [21]
Pingo d'Água Station TransOeste.jpg Guaratiba [22]
Pinto Teles Station Transcarioca.png Campinho
Pontal Station TransOeste.jpg Vargem Grande
Pontões/Barrasul Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes [23]
Praça do Bandolim Station Transcarioca.png Curicica [24]
Praça do Carmo Station Transcarioca.png Vila da Penha [25]
Praça Seca Station Transcarioca.png Praça Seca [26]
Prefeito Alim Pedro Station TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande
Recanto das Garças Station TransOeste.jpg Vargem Grande
Recanto das Palmeiras Station Transcarioca.png Taquara [27]
Recreio Shopping Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes [28]
Rede Sarah Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca [29]
Rio II Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca [30]
Riomar Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca [31]
Salvador Allende Station TransOeste.jpg Recreio dos Bandeirantes [32]
Santa Efigênia Station Transcarioca.png Taquara [33]
Santa Eugênia Station TransOeste.jpg Paciência [34] Santa Cruz Line (Paciência Station - integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [16]
Santa Luzia Station Transcarioca.png Ramos [35]
Santa Mônica Jardins Station TransOeste.jpg Barra da Tijuca [36]
Santa Veridiana Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz [37]
São Jorge Station TransOeste.jpg Inhoaíba [38]
Tanque Station Transcarioca.png Praça Seca [39]
Taquara Station Transcarioca.png Taquara [40]
Terminal Alvorada TransOeste.jpg
Transcarioca.png
Barra da Tijuca [41]
Terminal Campo Grande TransOeste.jpg Campo Grande Aiga railtransportation.svg Logo da SuperVia.svg Campo Grande Line (Campo Grande Station - integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [15] [16]
Terminal Paulo da Portela Transcarioca.png Madureira [42] Aiga railtransportation.svg Logo da SuperVia.svg Deodoro Line, Santa Cruz Line, Japeri Line (Madureira Station - integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [15] [16]
Terminal Santa Cruz TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz Aiga railtransportation.svg Logo da SuperVia.svg Santa Cruz Line (Santa Cruz Station - integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [15] [16]
Três Pontes Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz [43]
Vaz Lobo Station Transcarioca.png Vila Cosmos [44]
Vendas de Varanda Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz [45]
Via Parque Station Transcarioca.png Barra da Tijuca [46]
Vicente de Carvalho Station Transcarioca.png Vicente de Carvalho [47] Aiga railtransportation.svg Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 (integrated BRT/Rio de Janeiro Metro station) [15] [48]
Vila Kosmos - Nossa Senhora do Carmo Station Transcarioca.png Vila Cosmos [49]
Vila Paciência Station TransOeste.jpg Santa Cruz
Vila Queiroz Station Transcarioca.png Madureira [50]
Vila Sapê Station Transcarioca.png Jacarepaguá
Vilar Carioca Station TransOeste.jpg Inhoaiba
Map with all stations. Public transport map of Rio de Janeiro.png
Map with all stations.

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