Novo Rio Bus Terminal

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Novo Rio Bus Terminal

Terminal Rodoviário Novo Rio
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Novo Rio Bus Terminal
Other namesTerminal Rodoviário do Rio de Janeiro
Location Santo Cristo, Rio de Janeiro
Coordinates 22°53′57″S43°12′32″W / 22.8993°S 43.2089°W / -22.8993; -43.2089 Coordinates: 22°53′57″S43°12′32″W / 22.8993°S 43.2089°W / -22.8993; -43.2089
Bus operatorsSocicam [1]
Other information
Website www.novorio.com.br
History
Opened1969
Location
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Novo Rio Bus Terminal
Location within Rio de Janeiro

Novo Rio Bus Terminal (Portuguese : Terminal Rodoviário Novo Rio) is the main bus station in Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. The terminal was constructed in 1965 and was built for the proximity to Centro and key routes in and out of Rio de Janeiro. [2]

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Services

The station has services to the state of Rio de Janeiro as well as other areas of Brazil and neighbouring countries such as Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Bolivia.

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References

  1. "Terminais Rodoviários - Terminal Rodoviário Novo Rio". Socicam. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  2. "Terminais - Terminal Rodoviário Novo Rio". Consórcio Novo Rio. Retrieved 18 November 2014.