Urban Mobility

SuperVia

Reconhecido por especialistas como um dos mais modernos do mundo, permite a comunicação direta com os passageiros dentro dos trens.​SuperVia is responsible for operating the railroad passenger transport system in Rio de Janeiro and another 11 municipalities in the Metropolitan Region. On average, SuperVia receives 620,000 people each day at its 102 stations and on its 190 trains.

Controlled by Odebrecht TransPort since 2011, SuperVia is accelerating the improvements in infrastructure for the railroad network that extends 270 kilometers (km).

In order to ensure that the benefits reach passengers more quickly, the company increased its investments from R$ 1.2 to R$ 2.1 billion. The Rio de Janeiro State Government is responsible for an additional R$ 1.2 billion. In all, R$ 3.2 billion are being invested in solutions designed to make trips safer, more efficient and more comfortable.

Um novo sistema de comunicação avisa os passageiros na plataforma da Central do Brasil o tempo de chegada dos trens. Um novo sistema de comunicação avisa os passageiros na plataforma da Central do Brasil o tempo de chegada dos trens. In 2012, 30 trains with four cars each began operating after they were purchased by the state government. In 2016, SuperVia will have a fleet of 201 fully remodeled trains with air conditioning for passengers. For this purpose, it purchased 10 trains with eight cars each four years ahead of time, all manufactured in Brazil. Another 60 Chinese sets were ordered by the state government and will arrive in 2014.

SuperVia's priority is to remodel all 102 stations to ensure that they meet international accessibility standards.

In order to ensure the mobility of the Rio de Janeiro population, five stations are integrated with the subway: Brazil Central Station, São Cristóvão, Triagem, Pavuna and Maracanã. The Bonsucesso station offers access to the Complexo do Alemão Cable Car. Furthermore, all of the stations accept the Single Ticket (Carioca and Intermunicipal) and eligible RioCard cards, allowing for the integration with all of the Rio de Janeiro and Baixada Fluminense bus lines.

Cable Car

​The first mass transport system using cable cars in Brazil, the Complexo do Alemão Cable Car has transported more than 9 million passengers since its inauguration in July 2011.

Some 12,000 residents and tourists use the transport that passes through 13 communities in the North Zone of Rio de Janeiro each day. It generates 160 direct jobs, and 60% of the team is made up of residents of Complexo do Alemão.

It extends 3.5 km, has six stations and 152 gondolas, with the capacity to transport eight passengers each.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Investments

    R$ 2.1 billion SuperVia
    R$ 1.2 billion Rio de Janeiro State Government

     

  • Period

    Concession until 2048

  • Region

    Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro/RJ
    Cities: Rio de Janeiro, Duque de Caxias, Nova Iguaçu, Nilópolis, Mesquita, Queimados, São João de Meriti, Belford Roxo, Japeri, Magé, Paracambi and Guapimirim

     

  • Numbers

    • 270 km of railroad network
    • 102 stations
    • 5 branches, 2 extensions
    • 671 cars operating
    • 376 air conditioned cars
    • 641,502 is the record number of passengers that used the service on May 15, 2014
    • 100 km of railroad tracks replaced
    • 70,000 new cross-ties installed
    • 80,000 meters of aerial network cables replaced
    • Area of Operation
  • Area of Operation

    Railroad and cable car passenger transport

  • Shareholding

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  • Train

    Operation of the 270-km railroad network in five branches with 102 stations in the Metropolitan Region of Rio de Janeiro

  • Cable Car

    Operation of the Complexo do Alemão Cable Car, with an extension of 3.5 km, six stations and 152 gondolas

  • Integration with subway

    At the Brazil Central, São Cristóvão, Triagem, Pavuna and Maracanã stations

  • Integration with buses

    Integration with all the bus lines in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro and Baixada Fluminense with the use of the Carioca Single Ticket and Intermunicipal Ticket systems

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