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By Maria Lopez Conde, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A new signaling system for SuperVia trains that provide service to Rio de Janeiro and its suburbs has entered the final testing stage, according to a press release from the rail network’s concessionaire. The recently acquired Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system will reduce waiting times between trains during peak hours and offer riders a safer and more punctual train.

The new signaling system, manufactured by a Canadian company, Bombardier, regulates . . .

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