MetrôRio operates the Rio de Janeiro subway system, connecting the metropolitan region’s economic activity center to the city’s south and north sides and the Baixada Fluminense, residential areas and regions of greater concentration of manpower. The system includes two bus lines called Metrô Na Superfície (surface subway), which are used to take passengers who live in neighborhoods that are not served directly by the subway lines to the stations.
Metrobarra S.A. (100% subsidiary of Invepar) provide rolling stock material and systems to Line 4.
Line 4 connect Barra da Tijuca to Ipanema, have 6 stations (Jardim Oceânico, São Conrado, Gávea, Antero de Quental, Jardim de Alah and Nossa Senhora da Paz) for around 16 kilometers.
The VLT serves the users of various existing public transport systems, distributing these passengers in the various regions that make up the main area of the city of Rio de Janeiro. It comprise 28km divided into 3 lines and 29 stations and stops that connect the Rio de Janeiro Port region to the city center and Santos Dumont Airport.