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LRT, MRT and PNR Modernization Project

Implementing Agencies Light Rail Transit Authority (Lines 1 and 2) Metro Rail Transit Corporation (Line 3 and Line 5) Philippine National Railways (NorthRail and SouthRail) Universal LRT Corporation (Line 4, 7, 8 and 9) Department of Transportation and Communications

Project Description Because of an expanding rail network, the LRT-MRT-PNR System Map could no longer afford to have each direction of travel represented by a different color. Eventually, the map would run out of colors to use to represent each direction of travel. This was the main reason behind the revamp. Using the acclaimed London Underground Map as a reference, the LRT-MRT-PNR System Map was revamped, as announced by the Secretary of the Department of Transportation and Communications, Mr. Joseph Emilio Abaya. Colors were used to represent each line rather than each direction of travel, cutting the usage of colors by half and preserving other colors for future lines. Red for North-South Line Green for East-West Line Blue for North-Southwest Line Yellow for Espana-Commonwealth Line Rich Maroon for Caloocan-Fort Bonifacio Line Purple for North-East Line Orange for East Rail Line Grey for Rizal Park-North Avenue Line Pink for C5 Line

The Manila LRT and MRT to have Automatic platform gates in underground and elevated stations that prevents riders from falling on to the tracks. Line 1 to 12 stations also have LCD screens that display the wait times for the next train. Line 1 to 12 trains have digital voice announcements and LCD passenger information display. Automated station announcements are recorded in English, Hong Kong Cantonese, Standard Mandarin, Spanish, Portuguese and Filipino. Platform screen doors by Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company Ltd (a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group) are installed at all elevated LRT and MRT stations. Manila's Light Rail Transit (LRT) was the second rapid transit system in Southeast Asia world to incorporate platform screen doors in its stations in 2005. These doors serve to prevent suicides, enable climate control within the station (better ventilation and air conditioning), better security control as access to the tunnels and tracks is restricted and for passenger safety considerations.

There is generally 2 series of the full height platform screen doors in use. The first series, installed at all elevated and underground stations along the North South Line, the East West Line (except Katipunan station in Quezon City) and the EDSA Line (except Buendia and Ayala Station in Makati City), have been in use since 2007. These cost about an additional S$1 million per platform. The latest series of platform screen doors, featuring a sleeker design and incorporating more glass surfaces, are installed at all elevated stations along the two driverless trains, North East Line and Circle Line. The Shaw Boulevard and Boni stations had installed screen doors, on the basic existing lines. Aside from the modernization of the system, the LRT, MRT and PNR provides an obstacle-free environment within the entire system; all stations and trains are handicap accessible. Features include: handicap-capable restrooms, ramps, walkalators, escalators and elevators for wheelchairs and strollers, tactile guide paths, extra-wide faregates, and trains with a designated wheelchair area. Each station is equipped with LED passenger information displays and LCD TVs both in the concourse and on the platforms which display the notification ticker to display announcements and train arrival and departure times. Also includes the fare integration of the lines using the Credit Card Rechargeable Contactless SmartCard Technology to facilitate the transfer of passengers between the existing lines making it more convenient to travel using the railway system. System Map

Lines Line and Color Line 1 (North-South Line) Terminals SM City North EDSA Annex 2 Building, Quezon Baclaran, Pasay City Length (km) 19.6km Stations 22 Operator Light Rail Transit Authority Track Gauge 1,435 mm (4 feet 8 inches) Voltage DC 750 V third rail

City Line 1 South Extension Line 2 (East-West Line) Line 2 West Extension Line 3 (North-Southwest Line) Line 3 Southwest Extension Line 4 (EspanaCommonwealth Line) Redemptorist, Paraaque City Recto, Manila Santolan, Pasig City North Avenue (Trinoma Mall), Quezon City Taft Avenue, Pasay City Old Bilibid Prison, Manila Niog, Bacoor, Cavite Santolan, Pasig City Masinag, Antipolo City Taft Avenue, Pasay City Jose Diokno, Pasay City Quirino Highway, Novaliches, Quezon City Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Pasay City AranetaColinas, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan Angono, Rizal Rizal Park South Parking Lot, Manila Pateros Valenzuela 11.7km 13.8km 4km 16.95km 1.74km 10 11 4 13 4 Metro Rail Transit Corporation

22.6km

20

Line 5 (Caloocan-Fort Bonifacio Line)

CaloocanSangdaan SM City North EDSA Annex 2 Building, North Avenue, Quezon City Santa Mesa, Manila SM City North EDSA Annex 2 Building, North Avenue, Quezon City Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City Bagong Nayong

20km

12

25 kV AC 50 Hz

Line 7 (North-East Line)

23km

15

Universal LRT Corporation

Line 8 (Eastern Line)

16.8km

14

Line 9

12km

12

Line 10 (Pasay-Pateros Line) Line 11 (C5 Line)

12.33km

11

Pilipino Line 12 (Airport Line) NAIA Terminal 1 Clark International Airport, Clark, Pampanga CaloocanSangandaan NAIA Terminal 3 CaloocanSangandaa n Calamba, Laguna 80km 4

PNR-NorthRail

Philippine National Railways

PNR-SouthRail Stations List Line 1 (Red Line) Station Number NS01 NS02 NS03 NS04 NS05 NS06 NS07 NS08 NS09 NS10 NS11 NS12 NS13 NS14 NS15 NS16 NS17 NS18 NS19 NS20 NS21

61km

10

Station Name North Avenue Roosevelt Balintawak Malvar Monumento 5th Avenue R. Papa Abad Santos Blumentritt Tayuman Bambang Doroteo Jose Carriedo Central Terminal United Nations Pedro Gil Quirino Avenue Vito Cruz Gil Puyat Libertad EDSA

District/Barangay Bago Bantay Apolonio Samson (Balintawak) Bagong Barrio Grace Park Tondo

City/Municipality

Transfer to North Avenue

Quezon City

Caloocan

Blumentritt Santa Cruz City of Manila Ermita Malate San Isidro Santa Clara San Rafael Pasay Taft Avenue Recto Pasig River Ferry

NAIA Shuttle Bus Philtranco Clark Airport Shuttle Bus NS22 Line 1 South Extension Station Number NS22 NS23 NS24 NS25 NS26 NS27 NS28 NS29 NS30 NS31 Line 2 (Green Line) Station Number EW01 EW02 EW03 EW04 EW05 EW06 EW07 EW08 EW09 EW10 EW11 Station Name Recto Legarda Pureza V. Mapa J. Ruiz Gilmore Betty GoBelmonte Araneta Center-Cubao Anonas Katipunan Santolan District/Barangay Santa Cruz Sampaloc Santa Mesa Ermitao New Manila Socorro (Cubao) Quirino 3-A (Project 3) Loyola Heights Calumpang Quezon City Araneta Center-Cubao San Juan City/Municipality Transfer to Doroteo Jose City of Manila Santa Mesa Station Name Redemptorist Manila International Airport Asia World Ninoy Aquino Dr. Santos Manuyo Uno Las Pias Zapote Talaba Niog District/Barangay Baclaran Tambo Don Galo La Huerta San Dionisio Manuyo Uno Pulanglupa Uno Zapote V (Longos) Talaba III Niog I Paraaque City/Municipality Baclaran Santo Nio

Las Pias Bacoor, Cavite

Marikina

Line 3 (Blue Line) Station Number ES01 ES02 ES03 ES04 ES05 ES06 ES07 ES08 ES09 ES10 ES11 ES12 Station Name North Avenue Quezon Avenue Kamuning Araneta CenterCubao Santolan Ortigas Shaw Boulevard Boni Guadalupe Buendia Ayala Magallanes District/Barangay City/Municipality Diliman Socorro (Cubao) Murphy (Camp Aguinaldo) Wack-Wack Greenhills (Ortigas Center) Barangka Ilaya Guadalupe Nuevo Urdaneta San Lorenzo Magallanes Mandaluyong Philtranco Clark Airport Shuttle Bus Quezon City Araneta Center-Cubao Transfer to North Avenue

Pasig River Ferry Makati The Fort Bus EDSA EDSA Pasay NAIA Shuttle Bus Philtranco Clark Airport Shuttle Bus

ES13

Taft Avenue

San Rafael

Line 4 (Yellow Line) Station Number EC01 EC02 EC03 EC04 EC05 EC06 EC07 Station Name Bilibid Viejo Lerma Mendoza Antipolo Welcome Rotonda Araneta Avenue Roosevelt District/Barangay Santa Cruz Manila Sampaloc City/Municipality Transfer to Doroteo Jose Recto

Galas-Santol

Quezon City

EC08 EC09 EC10 EC11 EC12 EC13 EC14 EC15 EC16 EC17 EC18 EC19 EC20 EC21 EC22 EC23 Station Number CFB01 CFB02 CFB03 CFB04 CFB05 CFB06 CFB07 CFB08 CFB09 CFB10 CFB11 CFB12 CFB13 CFB14

Timog Avenue Examiner EDSA BIR-Agham Road Quezon City Hall Philcoa State Accounting Tandang Sora Zuzuarregui Don Antonio Heights Batasan South Batasan North Doa Carmen Regalado Avenue Mindanao Avenue Quirino Highway

Timog Quezon Avenue Diliman

Balara

Commonwealth

Novaliches

Line 5 (Caloocan-Fort Bonifacio Line) Station Name CaloocanSangandaan Monumento Del Monte Avenue G. Araneta Avenue Aurora Boulevard Acacia Wack-Wack Kalentong 9 de Febero EDSA San Miguel Meralco Avenue Pasig Boulevard E. RodriguezCanley District/Barangay Sangandaan City/Municipality Caloocan City Transfer to

Quezon City Addition Hills Pleasant Hills Wack-Wack Greenhills Kapitolyo Pasig City Bagong Ilog Mandaluyong City

CFB15 CFB16

Fort Bonifacio NAIA

Taguig City Pasay City

site:www.skyscrapercity.com Fort Bonifacio NorthRail

LRT-MRT Projects in the Pipeline


LRT Line 1 Refurbished Rolling Stock Project Implementing Agency Light Rail Transit Authority Department of Transportation and Communications

Project Description

First and most urgent is the purchase of 48 additional coaches for LRT-1 that will cost around P3.8 billion. Additional coaches will increase passenger load of trains and decrease the waiting time at the stations which is currently at 6-7 minutes. The international standard is 2-3 minutes waiting time. A refurbished BN ACEC 1st Generation LRV and Kinki Sharyo and Nippon Sharyo 3rd Generation LRV features a Active Route Map and the STARiS version 2.0 features real-time multi-purpose displays that features landmarks in the vicinity of a station when the train arrives at a station. Animated advertisements, including local commercials and movie trailers will also be available. The 4-car BN ACEC 1st Generation LRV and Kinki Sharyo and Nippon Sharyo 3rd Generation LRV stainless steel trains feature electrically operated automatic sliding doors, larger gangway, air-conditioning, dedicated space for passengers with reduced mobility, route map in English & Traditional Chinese, LED display and announcement for passenger information, and luggage racks. They will be equipped with a regenerative braking system ensuring significant energy savings. These cars, although similar to their counterparts running on the LRT-1, they feature LCD showing the station number and station name in each car. The trains underwent a four year mid-life refurbishment program, which was completed on 2 January 2016.

LRT, MRT and PNR Rolling Stock Acquisition Project Implementing Agencies Light Rail Transit Authority (Lines 1 and 2) Metro Rail Transit Corporation (Line 3) Philippine National Railways (NorthRail and SouthRail) Universal LRT Corporation (Line 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9) Department of Transportation and Communications Project Description The coaches are fire retardant, air-conditioned and designed to reduce noise and vibration, and will feature both high seating capacity and ample space for standing passengers. They will be outfitted with a number of features for safety and convenience, including LCD screens, 3D route maps, first-aid kits, wheelchair facilities, fire-fighting equipment and intercom systems permitting communication with the train driver. Each coach will furthermore feature a black box to assist in accident investigations. LRT-1, MRT-3 and PNR Southrail Trains in the Pipeline LRT Line 1 Trains Low Floor LRV for Changchun Bombardier Innovia Metro Advanced Rapid Transit Beijing Airport Line Mark II vehicle assembled by the Changchun Railcar Company. A Goninan (UGL)/CSR Phase IV Light Rail vehicle Madrid Metro Series 2000 Madrid Metro Series 3000 U-Bahn Type T1 Ch Line E233-0 series E233-3000 series

MRT Line 3 Trains

PNR Southrail Trains

Closing the loop (P6 billion budget) - target date of completion in the 1st-2nd quarter of 2015 Implementing Agencies Light Rail Transit Authority (Line 1) Metro Rail Transit Corporation (Line 3) Universal LRT Corporation (Line 4) Department of Transportation and Communications

Location Map

Project Description "Closing the Loop" involves constructing an additional station near the SM City North EDSA Annex 2 Building in between LRT-1's Roosevelt station and MRT Line 3's North Avenue/Trinoma station in order to connect the two lines. Passengers will be able to transfer from one line to another without leaving the LRT/MRT complex. Automatic Fare Collection System (P1.72 billion budget) The contactless AFCS (automatic fare collection system) will integrate the ticketing system between the LRT and the MRT and PNR. Passengers will no longer have to spend a lot of time lining up just to buy tickets, which can be bought from other retail outlets such as grocery stores. A new type of ticket will also be used. Instead of the magnetized ones currently being used, the more durable "rechargeable contactless" credit cards will be made available. Just like cellphone cards, these train tickets are also "loadable," as they will be using a technology similar to the Octopus card system in Hong Kong. Cavite LRT Extension (P60 billion budget) - target date of completion in 2015 with first 4 stations operational and fully operational by 2016 Ten new stations will be constructed after LRT's Line 1-Baclaran station, enabling the train system to go all the way to Bacoor, Cavite. From Roxas Boulevard, it will also go through the airport area, making it more convenient for travellers to use the LRT to go to NAIA. The coaches will also have provisions for baggage and luggage.

LRT Line 2 East Extension Project (P10 billion budget) - target date of completion in the 1st-2nd quarter of 2015 This involves the design and construction of a 4.19-kilometer extension from the existing Santolan Station to Masinag Junction (intersection of Marcos Highway and Sumulong Highway). Two stations will be built at Emerald Drive, Cainta, Rizal (in front of Robinson's Place Metro East), and Masinag Junction, Antipolo City. This project will provide rapid and reliable mode of transit to the east of Manila and to various strategic commercial, industrial and educational districts in Metro Manila.