Rio Gets High Tech Buses

By Clara Cavour - Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - Wi-Fi internet is now available on public buses traveling from Santos Dumont Airport to Barra de Tijuca. This month, Rio's Mayor Eduardo Paes launched the new buses, equipped with GPS, security cameras, TV and digital displays informing passengers about the route and length of the journey.

City Hall invested R$15 Million in the services, which include police call buttons in case of robbery. Forty high-tech buses will be available to commuters traveling between Zona Sul, Ilha do Governador, Barra and Centro.

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