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Below is a list of stations on the BRT network in 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.
|31 de Outubro Station||Paciência|
|Aeroporto de Jacarepaguá Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Américas Park Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Ana Gonzaga Station||Inhoaíba|
|André Rocha Station||Taquara|
|Aracy Cabral Station||Tanque|
|Arroio Pavuna Station||Jacarepaguá|
|Benvindo de Novaes Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Bosque da Barra Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Cajueiros Station||Santa Cruz|
|Cândido Magalhães Station||Campo Grande|
|Capitão Menezes Station||Campinho|
|Cardoso de Moraes Station||Bonsucesso|
|Centro Metropolitano Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Cesarão I Station||Santa Cruz|
|Cesarão II Station||Santa Cruz|
|Cesarão III Station||Santa Cruz|
|Cesarinho Station||Santa Cruz|
|CTEx. Station||Barra de Guaratiba|
|Curral Falso Station||Santa Cruz|
|Divina Providência Station||Taquara|
|Dom Bosco Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Fundão Station||Ilha do Fundão|
|Galeão - Tom Jobim 1 Station||Galeão|
|Galeão - Tom Jobim 2 Station||Galeão|
|Gastão Rangel Station||Santa Cruz|
|Gelson Fonseca Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|General Olímpio Station||Santa Cruz|
|Gilka Machado Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Gláucio Gil Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Golfe Olímpico Station||Not in operation|
|Gramado Station||Campo Grande|
|Guaporé Station||Vila da Penha|
|Guignard Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Guiomar Novaes Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Ilha de Guaratiba Station||Guaratiba|
|Interlagos Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|IPASE Station||Praça Seca|
|Júlia Miguel Station||Paciência|
|Lourenço Jorge Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Marambaia Station||Vicente de Carvalho|
|Mato Alto Station||Guaratiba|
|Notre Dame Station||Vargem Grande|
|Nova Barra Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Novo Leblon Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Parque de São Paulo Station||Paciência|
|Parque Esperança Station||Campo Grande|
|Pastor José Santos Station||Penha|
|Pedra de Itaúna Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Pedro Correia Station||Jacarepaguá|
|Pedro Taques Station||Penha Circular|
|Penha 1 Station||Penha|
|Penha 2 Station||Penha|
|Pina Rangel Station||Campo Grande|
|Pingo d'Água Station||Guaratiba|
|Pinto Teles Station||Campinho|
|Pontal Station||Vargem Grande|
|Pontões/Barrasul Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Praça do Bandolim Station||Curicica|
|Praça do Carmo Station||Vila da Penha|
|Praça Seca Station||Praça Seca|
|Prefeito Alim Pedro Station||Campo Grande|
|Recanto das Garças Station||Vargem Grande|
|Recanto das Palmeiras Station||Taquara|
|Recreio Shopping Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Rede Sarah Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Rio II Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Riomar Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Salvador Allende Station||Recreio dos Bandeirantes|
|Santa Efigênia Station||Taquara|
|Santa Eugênia Station||Paciência||Santa Cruz Line (Paciência Station - integrated BRT/SuperVia station)|
|Santa Luzia Station||Ramos|
|Santa Mônica Jardins Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Santa Veridiana Station||Santa Cruz|
|São Jorge Station||Inhoaíba|
|Tanque Station||Praça Seca|
|Terminal Alvorada||Barra da Tijuca|
|Terminal Campo Grande||Campo Grande|
|Terminal Paulo da Portela||Madureira|
|Terminal Santa Cruz||Santa Cruz|
|Três Pontes Station||Santa Cruz|
|Vaz Lobo Station||Vila Cosmos|
|Vendas de Varanda Station||Santa Cruz|
|Via Parque Station||Barra da Tijuca|
|Vicente de Carvalho Station||Vicente de Carvalho|
|Vila Kosmos - Nossa Senhora do Carmo Station||Vila Cosmos|
|Vila Paciência Station||Santa Cruz|
|Vila Queiroz Station||Madureira|
|Vila Sapê Station||Jacarepaguá|
|Vilar Carioca Station||Inhoaiba|
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