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Rodovia Engenheiro Francisco Saturnino Braga

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Wikipedia: "A RJ-155, que tem os nomes oficiais de Rodovia Presidente Getúlio Vargas (da BR-116 Rodovia Presidente Dutra até o distrito de Getulândia, em Rio Claro) e de Rodovia Engenheiro Francisco Saturnino Braga (de Getulândia até a BR-101 Rio-Santos), liga o município de Barra Mansa ao município de Angra dos Reis, no estado do Rio de Janeiro.

Com 76 quilômetros de extensão, esta rodovia é de suma importância para toda a região Sul Fluminense, haja vista ser a principal ligação de Volta Redonda e Barra Mansa com Angra dos Reis e Paraty, sendo a principal via de acesso ao município de Rio Claro. Passou por uma grande reforma, reestruturando sua sinalização e invertendo os marcos de quilometragem, garantindo assim sua revitalização."

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