By Lisa Flueckiger, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Another two new trains will start circulating in the SuperVia train system in Rio de Janeiro. The trains bought in China by Rio's government are part of a rejuvenation of the train fleet totaling in a hundred new trains, 68 of which are already in operation.
The new trains will first be tested in supervised circulation for a week, before they are inserted into the regular train operations. Each train will be able to transport 1,200 passengers.