List of SuperVia stations

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The SuperVia network in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is made up of 102 stations across eight rail lines and one cable car line. [1]

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Current stations

StationLocationLineConnections
Adeus Station Complexo do Alemão Teleférico A
Agostinho Porto Station São João de Meriti Belford Roxo
Alemão Station Complexo do Alemão Teleférico A
Anchieta Station Parque Anchieta Japeri
Augusto Vasconcelos Station Senador Vasconcelos Santa Cruz
Austin Station Nova Iguaçu Japeri
Baiana Station Complexo do Alemão Teleférico A
Bangu Station Bangu Santa Cruz
Barros Filho Station Barros Filho Belford Roxo
Belford Roxo Station Belford Roxo Belford Roxo
Benjamin do Monte Station Inhoaiba Santa Cruz
Bento Ribeiro Station Bento Ribeiro Deodoro
Bonsucesso Station Bonsucesso Saracuruna
Teleférico A
Pictogram Cable Car small.svg (integrated train/cable car station)
Brás de Pina Station Bras de Pina Saracuruna
Campo Grande Station Campo Grande Santa Cruz Aiga bus.svg BRT TransOeste logo.svg TransOeste (integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [2]
Campos Elíseos Station Campos Eliseos Saracuruna
Cascadura Station Quintino Bocaiuva Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Cavalcanti Station Cavalcanti Belford Roxo
Central do Brasil Centro Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Belford Roxo
Saracuruna
Logo MetroRio.svg Line 1, Line 2 (integrated Metro/SuperVia station) [3]
Pictogram Cable Car small.svg Teleférico da Providência (external transfer)
Citrolândia Station Citrolandia Guapimirim
Coelho da Rocha Station Coelho da Rocha Belford Roxo
Comendador Soares Station Morro Agudo Japeri
Cordovil Station Cordovil Saracuruna
Corte 8 Station Corte Oito Saracuruna
Cosmos Station Cosmos Santa Cruz
Costa Barros Station Costa Barros Belford Roxo
Del Castilho Station Del Castilho Belford Roxo Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 - Nova América/Del Castilho Station (external connection)
Deodoro Station Deodoro Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Duque de Caxias Station Jardim 25 de Agosto Saracuruna
Edson Passos Station Edson Passos Japeri
Engenheiro Pedreira Station Alecrim Japeri
Engenho Novo Station Engenho Novo Deodoro
Olímpica de Engenho de Dentro Station Engenho de Dentro Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Access to Estádio Olímpico João Havelange
Fragoso Station Fragoso Vila Inhomirim
Gramacho Station Vila Sarapuí Saracuruna
Guapimirim Station Guapimirim Guapimirim
Guilherme da Silveira Station Bangu Santa Cruz
Honório Gurgel Station Honório Gurgel Belford Roxo
Imbariê Station Imbariê Vila Inhomirim
Inhoaíba Station Inhoaíba Santa Cruz
Iriri Station Magé Guapimirim
Itararé Station Complexo do Alemão Teleférico A
Jacarezinho Station Jacarezinho Belford Roxo
Japeri Station Japeri Japeri
Paracambi
Jardim Guapimirim Station Guapimirim GuapimirimFormerly known as Parada Capim Station
Jardim Nova Marília Station Magé Guapimirim
Jardim Primavera Station Duque de Caxias Saracuruna
Jororó Station Magé Guapimirim
Lages Station Paracambi Paracambi
Madureira Station Madureira Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Aiga bus.svg BRT TransCarioca logo.svg TransCarioca (integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [2]
Magalhães Bastos Station Magalhães Bastos Santa Cruz
Magé Station Magé Guapimirim
Mangueira Station Mangueira Deodoro
Manguinhos Station Manguinhos Saracuruna
Manoel Belo Station Duque de Caxias Vila Inhomirim
Maracanã Station Maracanã Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Belford Roxo
Saracuruna
Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 (integrated Metro/SuperVia station)
Access to Maracanã Stadium
Marechal Hermes Station Marechal Hermes Deodoro
Méier Station Méier Deodoro
Mercadão de Madureira Station Madureira Belford Roxo
Mesquita Station Mesquita Japeri
Morabi Station Duque de Caxias Vila Inhomirim
Nilópolis Station Nilópolis Japeri
Nova Iguaçu Station Nova Iguaçu Japeri
Olaria Station Olaria Saracuruna Aiga bus.svg BRT TransCarioca logo.svg TransCarioca (integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [2]
Olinda Station Nilópolis Japeri
Oswaldo Cruz Station Oswaldo Cruz Deodoro
Paciência Station Paciência Santa Cruz
Padre Miguel Station Padre Miguel Santa Cruz
Palmeiras Station Complexo do Alemão Teleférico A
Paracambi Station Paracambi Paracambi
Parada Angélica Station Duque de Caxias Vila Inhomirim
Parada Bananal Station Guapimirim Guapimirim
Parada de Lucas Station Parada de Lucas Saracuruna
Parada Ideal Station Guapimirim Guapimirim
Parada Modelo Station Guapimirim Guapimirim
Parque Estrela Station Magé Guapimirim
Penha Circular Station Penha Circular Saracuruna
Penha Station Penha Saracuruna
Piabetá Station Piabetá Vila Inhomirim
Piedade Station Piedade Deodoro
Pilares Station Pilares Belford Roxo
Praça da Bandeira Station Praça da Bandeira Deodoro
Presidente Juscelino Station Centro Japeri
Queimados Station Queimados Japeri
Quintino Station Quintino Bocaiúva Deodoro
Ramos Station Ramos Saracuruna
Realengo Station Realengo Santa Cruz
Riachuelo Station Riachuelo Deodoro
Ricardo de Albuquerque Station Ricardo de Albuquerque Japeri
Rocha Miranda Station Rocha Miranda Belford Roxo
S.J de Meriti / Pavuna Station Pavuna Belford Roxo Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 - Pavuna Station (integrated Metro/SuperVia station)
Sampaio Station Sampaio Deodoro
Santa Cruz Station Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Aiga bus.svg TransOeste.jpg TransOeste (integrated BRT/SuperVia station) [2]
Santíssimo Station Santíssimo Santa Cruz
São Cristóvão Station Maracanã Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Belford Roxo
Saracuruna
Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 (integrated Metro/SuperVia station)
São Francisco Xavier Station São Francisco Xavier Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Logo MetroRio.svg Line 1 (integrated Metro/SuperVia station)
Saracuruna Station Duque de Caxias Saracuruna
Vila Inhomirim
Guapimirim
Senador Camará Station Senador Camará Santa Cruz
Silva Freire Station Méier Santa Cruz
Japeri
Suruí Station Magé Guapimirim
Tancredo Neves Station Paciência Santa Cruz
Tomás Coelho Station Tomás Coelho Belford Roxo
Triagem Station Rocha Belford Roxo
Saracuruna
Logo MetroRio.svg Line 2 (integrated Metro/SuperVia station)
Vigário Geral Station Vigário Geral Saracuruna
Vila Inhomirim Station Magé Vila Inhomirim
Vila Militar Station Vila Militar Santa Cruz
Vila Rosali Station São João de Meriti Belford Roxo

Current system map

Mapacompleto supervia.svg Public transport map of Rio de Janeiro.png

LineColour
Deodoro
Santa Cruz
Japeri
Belford Roxo
Saracuruna
Paracambi
Vila Inhomirim
Guapimirim
Teleférico A

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References

  1. "Estações e Integrações". SuperVia. Archived from the original on 3 January 2015. Retrieved 6 October 2014.
  2. 1 2 3 4 "Estações". BRTRIO. Retrieved 7 October 2014.
  3. "Central - Sobre a Estação". MetrôRio. Retrieved 16 September 2014.