Yellow Line (Rio de Janeiro)

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Yellow Line
Avenida Governador Carlos Lacerda
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Route information
Maintained by Linha Amarela S.A. (LAMSA)
Length25 km (16 mi)
Existed24 November 1997–present
Major junctions
West end Avenida Ayrton Senna in Jacarepaguá
  RJ-085.svg Av. Pastor Martin Luther King Junior (Avenida Automóvel Clube) BR-101 (escudo).svg Avenida Brasil (Rodovia Governador Mário Covas)
East end RJ-071.png Red Line in Cidade Universitária
Highway system
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. [1]

Junctions

The entire route is within the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Neighbourhood ExitDestinationsNotes
Jacarepaguá Avenida Ayrton Senna  [ pt ] - Barra da Tijuca, Jacarepaguá Continues as Avenida Ayrton Senna  [ pt ] towards Avenida das Américas  [ pt ]
1Av. Geremário Dantas - Jacarepaguá, Freguesia, Pechincha, Tanque, Anil, Praça Seca, Grajaú Eastbound only
Freguesia 1aEstr. do Pau Ferro - Freguesia, Pechincha, Tanque, Praça Seca, Grajaú Westbound only
1bAv. Geremário Dantas - Freguesia Westbound only
Méier 2Eastbound: Méier, Engenho de Dentro, Água Santa, Maracanã, Encantado
Westbound: Méier, Água Santa, Cascadura, Tijuca, Encantado
Engenho de Dentro 3Eastbound: 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 4Eastbound: 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
5Eastbound: RJ-085.svg Avenida Pastor Martin Luther King Junior  [ pt ] - Del Castilho, Maria da Graça, Vicente de Carvalho, Irajá
Westbound: RJ-085.svg Avenida Pastor Martin Luther King Junior  [ pt ] - Del Castilho, Cemitério de Inhaúma, Maria da Graça, Largo do Bicão, Vicente de Carvalho
Maria da Graça 6Eastbound: Estr. Ademar Bebiano - Maria da Graça, Del Castilho, Inhaúma, Higienópolis, Bonsucesso
Westbound: Estr. Ademar Bebiano - Maria da Graça
Bonsucesso 7Eastbound: Av. dos Democráticos - Bonsucesso, Higienópolis, Ramos, Penha, São Cristóvão
Westbound: Av. dos Democráticos - Bonsucesso
8Eastbound: Av. Leopoldo Bulhões - Bonsucesso, Praça das Nações, Olaria, Benfica
Westbound: Av. Leopoldo Bulhões - Bonsucesso, Praça das Nações, Penha, Manguinhos, Benfica
Manguinhos 9a BR-101 (escudo).svg Av. Brasil (towards Centro) - Benfica, São Cristóvão, Caju, Centro, South Zone Eastbound only
Maré 9b BR-101 (escudo).svg Av. Brasil (towards West Zone) - Campo Grande, Baixada Fluminense, Serrana Microregion  [ pt ], BR-040;Eastbound only
9c BR-101 (escudo).svg Av. Brasil (towards West Zone) - Penha, Serrana Microregion  [ pt ], São Paulo Westbound only
Bonsucesso 9d BR-101 (escudo).svg Av. Brasil (towards Centro) - Benfica, São Cristóvão, Caju, Centro, South Zone Westbound only
Maré 10a RJ-071.png Red Line (towards Centro) - Santos Dumont Airport, South Zone, São Cristóvão, Rio–Niterói Bridge, Lakes Microregion  [ pt ]Eastbound only
Cidade Universitária 10b RJ-071.png Red Line (towards Baixada Fluminense) - Rio de Janeiro–Galeão International Airport, Hospital do Fundão  [ pt ], Ilha do Governador, Serrana Microregion  [ pt ], São Paulo Eastbound only
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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References

  1. "Encontra-se na Linha Amarela" (PDF) (in Portuguese and English). LAMSA. Retrieved 20 July 2015.