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The Port
Port
of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
(Portuguese: Porto do Rio de Janeiro) is a seaport in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazil
located in a cove on the west shore of Guanabara Bay. It is the third-busiest port in Brazil,[1] and it is managed by Companhia Docas do Rio de Janeiro. Porto Maravilha ( Port
Port
Marvel) program[edit] The port and the area around it is undergoing massive development program for the 2016 Summer Olympics. The Porto Maravilha project includes the reconstruction of 700 kilometres (430 miles) of urban infrastructure (water, sewage, drainage), the construction of 17 kilometres (11 miles) of bike paths and the demolition of the Elevado do Perimetral, an elevated highway connecting downtown Rio to the city's south side. The plans also include the Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
Light Rail (VLT do Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
or VLT Carioca), a 30-kilometre (18.6-mile) light rail system linking the region to the subway, ferries and bus stations.[2] The project covers seven neighborhoods spread out over five million square metres (1.9 square miles): Centro, Santo Cristo, Boa Saúde, Gamboa, São Cristóvão, Cidade Nova and Caju envisages the development of the region based on the principles of sustainability, with the restructuring of streets, squares and avenues, bringing improved quality of life for current and future residents, inhabitants of the hill of Gamboa. References[edit]

^ " Port
Port
of Rio de Janeiro". World Port
Port
Source. Retrieved 14 August 2014.  ^ Brazil: A revitalized Rio for the 2016 Olympics

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Port
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Ports of Brazil

Sea-ports

Angra dos Reis-RJ Açu-RJ (projeto) Antonina-PR Aratu-BA Areia Branca-RN Barra dos Coqueiros-SE Barra do Riacho-ES Belém-PA Cabedelo-PB Charqueadas Forno-RJ Guaíba-RS Ilhéus-BA Imbituba-SC Itacoatiara Itaguaí-RJ Itajaí-SC Itaqui-MA Maceió-AL Laguna Luís Correia-PI Macapá-AP Fortaleza-CE Natal-RN Niterói-RJ Paranaguá-PR Pecém-CE Pelotas-RS Ponta da Madeira Praia Mole Recife-PE Rio de Janeiro-RJ Rio Grande-RS Salvador-BA Santos-SP São Sebastião-SP São Francisco do Sul-SC Suape-PE Tubarão-SC Vila do Conde Vitória-ES

River ports

Cáceres Cachoeira do Sul Caracaraí Corumbá e Ladário Estrela Juazeiro Manaus Parintins Petrolina Pirapora Porto Alegre Porto Murtinho Porto Velho Porto Xavier Santarém Tabatinga

Dry ports

Centrals

Anápolis Barueri Bauru Belém Cacequi Campinas Campo Grande Canoas Cascavel Caxias do Sul Contagem Cuiabá Curitiba Dourados Franca Guarujá Guarulhos Itajaí Jacareí Juiz de Fora Jundiaí Londrina Manaus Maringá Naviraí Nova Iguaçu Novo Hamburgo Paranaguá Piracicaba Ponta Grossa Recife Resende Ribeirão Preto Rio de Janeiro Salvador Santo André Santos São Bernardo do Campo São José do Rio Preto São Paulo São Sebastião Sorocaba Suzano Taubaté Três Lagoas Uberaba Uberlândia Varginha Vitória

Frontier

Corumbá Foz do Iguaçu Jaguarão Ponta Porã Sant'Ana do Livramento Uruguaiana

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Transport in Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
City

Airports

Main

Galeão Santos Dumont

Other

Civil: Jacarepaguá Military: Afonsos AFB, Galeão AFB, Santa Cruz AFB Former: Bartolomeu de Gusmão, Manguinhos

Road

Major roads

Av Atlântica Av Brasil Av Rio Branco Av Vieira Souto Lagoa–Barra Highway Yellow Line Red Line

Rail/cable car

Systems

Metro: MetrôRio Train: SuperVia

Metro

Line 1 Line 2 Line 4 List of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
metro stations

Train

List of SuperVia
SuperVia
stations

Cable car

Sugarloaf Cable Car Teleférico do Alemão Teleférico da Providência

Light rail

Corcovado Rack Railway Santa Teresa Tram VLT (Light Rail)

Major train stations

Botafogo Carioca Central do Brasil

Bus

Systems

Bus rapid transit: BRT Bus rapid service: BRS

BRT services

Transoeste, Transcarioca, Transolímpica List of Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro
BRT stations

Major bus stations

Novo Rio Bus Terminal Terminal Alvorada

Boat

Port Praça XV Station

Ticketing

RioCard

Category Commons

Coordinates: 22°52′36″S 43°12′26″W / 22.8767°S 43.2072°W / -22.87

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