Avenida Governador Carlos Lacerda
|Maintained by Linha Amarela S.A. (LAMSA)|
|Length||25 km (16 mi)|
|Existed||24 November 1997–present|
|West end||Avenida Ayrton Senna in Jacarepaguá|
| Highways in Brazil |
The Yellow Line (Portuguese: Linha Amarela) is an expressway linking Cidade Universitária and Jacarepaguá in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The road is officially known as Avenida Governador Carlos Lacerda.
The entire route is within the city of Rio de Janeiro.
|Jacarepaguá||Avenida Ayrton Senna - Barra da Tijuca, Jacarepaguá||Continues as Avenida Ayrton Senna towards Avenida das Américas|
|1||Av. Geremário Dantas - Jacarepaguá, Freguesia, Pechincha, Tanque, Anil, Praça Seca, Grajaú||Eastbound only|
|Freguesia||1a||Estr. do Pau Ferro - Freguesia, Pechincha, Tanque, Praça Seca, Grajaú||Westbound only|
|1b||Av. Geremário Dantas - Freguesia||Westbound only|
|Méier||2||Eastbound: Méier, Engenho de Dentro, Água Santa, Maracanã, Encantado |
Westbound: Méier, Água Santa, Cascadura, Tijuca, Encantado
|Engenho de Dentro||3||Eastbound: Engenho de Dentro, Méier, Madureira, Maracanã, Engenho Novo, Encantado, Abolição |
Westbound: Rua Guilhermina - Engenho de Dentro, Rua Goiás, 24ª Delegacia de Polícia, Encantado, Piedade, Madureira
|Del Castilho||4||Eastbound: Av. Dom Hélder Câmara - Del Castilho, Pilares, Centro, Cachambi, Abolição, Norte Shopping |
Westbound: Av. Dom Hélder Câmara - Del Castilho, Hospital Salgado Filho, Pilares, Cachambi, Méier, Norte Shopping
|4a||Del Castilho||Eastbound only|
|Maria da Graça||6||Eastbound: Estr. Ademar Bebiano - Maria da Graça, Del Castilho, Inhaúma, Higienópolis, Bonsucesso |
Westbound: Estr. Ademar Bebiano - Maria da Graça
|Bonsucesso||7||Eastbound: Av. dos Democráticos - Bonsucesso, Higienópolis, Ramos, Penha, São Cristóvão |
Westbound: Av. dos Democráticos - Bonsucesso
|8||Eastbound: Av. Leopoldo Bulhões - Bonsucesso, Praça das Nações, Olaria, Benfica |
Westbound: Av. Leopoldo Bulhões - Bonsucesso, Praça das Nações, Penha, Manguinhos, Benfica
|Cidade Universitária||10b||Eastbound only|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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