Where is the Orange Line in Rio de Janeiro?
Line 1 (orange line) serves downtown Rio, tourist areas in the South Zone, and several neighbourhoods in the North Zone. It is a semicircular line, and is fully underground. It runs from Uruguai Station to Ipanema/General Osório Station.
Is there a bus service in Rio Metro?
Rio Metro operates one bus route and a Dial-a-Ride service in the Pueblo of Isleta. View the holiday schedule for Rio Metro buses and Dial-a-Ride services.
When did Rio Metro Rail Runner Express start?
In an effort to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases such as the coronavirus, Rio Metro has developed Safe and Healthy Travel Protocols for New Mexico Rail Runner Express and Rio Metro Bus passengers and employees. Read more… The New Mexico Rail Runner Express began commuter rail service on July 14, 2006.
When was the Metro Company of Rio de Janeiro created?
On December 14, 1968, the Companhia do Metropolitano do Rio de Janeiro (Metro Company of Rio de Janeiro in English) was created through State Law number 1736. In March 1975, with Law–Decree number 25, the company effectively came into existence.