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Last pillar for LRT line 2 extension to Antipolo nears completion

Construction of the last pillar for the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 2 extension up until Masinag Junction in Barangay Masinag of Antipolo City is nearing completion. The extension that connects with the Santolan station in Pasig City to Masinag covers 3.9 kilometers of elevated guideway. After Santolan, two stations […]

PH set to sign P89-B loan deal with Japan on North-South rail project

The Philippines is set to sign next month an P89-billion loan agreement with Japanese government to partially finance the North-South commuter rail project (NSCRP) meant to ease traffic congestion in Metro Manila. “The loan agreement for the project will be signed during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the […]

No LRT lines 1, 2 operations from April 2 to 5

MANILA, March 20 – Commuters brace for an alternative commute other than the trains. Operations of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Lines 1 and 2 will be suspended for four days in observance of the Holy Week and at the same time to give way to annual maintenance works. According […]

Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service

MANILA, Jan. 7 — The Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service and new facilities. On Tuesday, Malacanang appealed for more patience from the public, saying the increase in MRT and LRT fares would mean better services and facilities. In a press briefing on Tuesday, Communications Secretary Herminio […]

Malacanang supports MRT-LRT fare hikes

MANILA, Dec.22 — There’s no doubt about it. The Palace supports the impending fare hikes on all services of Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 3 and the Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2. This was confirmed Sunday when Malacanang on Sunday said that the fare hike on the Metro […]

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PH set to sign P89-B loan deal with Japan on North-South rail project

The Philippines is set to sign next month an P89-billion loan agreement with Japanese government to partially finance the North-South commuter rail project (NSCRP) meant to ease traffic congestion in Metro Manila. “The loan agreement for the project will be signed during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the […]

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Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service

MANILA, Jan. 7 — The Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service and new facilities. On Tuesday, Malacanang appealed for more patience from the public, saying the increase in MRT and LRT fares would mean better services and facilities. In a press briefing on Tuesday, Communications Secretary Herminio […]

Last pillar for LRT line 2 extension to Antipolo nears completion

Construction of the last pillar for the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 2 extension up until Masinag Junction in Barangay Masinag of Antipolo City is nearing completion. The extension that connects with the Santolan station in Pasig City to Masinag covers 3.9 kilometers of elevated guideway. After Santolan, two stations […]

No LRT lines 1, 2 operations from April 2 to 5

MANILA, March 20 – Commuters brace for an alternative commute other than the trains. Operations of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Lines 1 and 2 will be suspended for four days in observance of the Holy Week and at the same time to give way to annual maintenance works. According […]

Malacanang supports MRT-LRT fare hikes

MANILA, Dec.22 — There’s no doubt about it. The Palace supports the impending fare hikes on all services of Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 3 and the Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2. This was confirmed Sunday when Malacanang on Sunday said that the fare hike on the Metro […]

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Malacanang supports MRT-LRT fare hikes

MANILA, Dec.22 — There’s no doubt about it. The Palace supports the impending fare hikes on all services of Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 3 and the Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2. This was confirmed Sunday when Malacanang on Sunday said that the fare hike on the Metro […]

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Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service

MANILA, Jan. 7 — The Palace insists MRT, LRT fare increase means better service and new facilities. On Tuesday, Malacanang appealed for more patience from the public, saying the increase in MRT and LRT fares would mean better services and facilities. In a press briefing on Tuesday, Communications Secretary Herminio […]

No LRT lines 1, 2 operations from April 2 to 5

MANILA, March 20 – Commuters brace for an alternative commute other than the trains. Operations of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Lines 1 and 2 will be suspended for four days in observance of the Holy Week and at the same time to give way to annual maintenance works. According […]

PH set to sign P89-B loan deal with Japan on North-South rail project

The Philippines is set to sign next month an P89-billion loan agreement with Japanese government to partially finance the North-South commuter rail project (NSCRP) meant to ease traffic congestion in Metro Manila. “The loan agreement for the project will be signed during Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to the […]

Last pillar for LRT line 2 extension to Antipolo nears completion

Construction of the last pillar for the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 2 extension up until Masinag Junction in Barangay Masinag of Antipolo City is nearing completion. The extension that connects with the Santolan station in Pasig City to Masinag covers 3.9 kilometers of elevated guideway. After Santolan, two stations […]