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adroth:
Administrator's note: See also:

Philippine National Railways

PNR Northrail

North-South Commuter Railway project (southbound)


NSCR stations

Malolos-Balagtas-Guiguinto stations (North-South Commuter Railway)
PNR: Meycauayan
PNR: Marilao

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http://open_jicareport.jica.go.jp/pdf/12245890_01.pdf

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssu0mPoWV6k

JICAChannel02
Published on May 31, 2016

The objective of the Project is to expand the economic sphere of Metro Manila and reduce air pollution by constructing a commuter line interval, running from Malolos, the capital city of Bulacan Province at the north of Metro Manila to Tutuban in the City of Manila. Its total length is 37.9 kilometers, and there will be 10 stations throughout the section. The project is to enhance the connectivity of the transportation network and alleviating the serious traffic congestion in Metro Manila.





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http://main.ps-philgeps.gov.ph/home/images/BAC/ForeignAssitedProjects/06132018/PACKAGE%20CP01/GBB%203/Pre-Bid%20Conference%20Presentation.pdf

Scope of Works

The North–South Commuter Railway (NCSR) Project involves constructing 37.6 km of double track standard gauge railway from Malolos (Bulacan) to Tutuban (Manila), with a total of 10 Stations. The railway structure comprises 35.4 km elevated viaduct and 2.2 km embankment, and a Depot that will be located at Valenzuela. The travel time between Malolos and Tutuban will be approximately 35 minutes running at a maximum speed of 120 km/hr, and headways between trains of approximately 6 minutes.



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After 20 years, PNR's Caloocan to Makati line to reopen
ABS-CBN News
Posted at Jul 31 2018 09:35 AM

http://news.abs-cbn.com/business/07/31/18/after-20-years-pnrs-caloocan-to-makati-line-to-reopen

MANILA -- The Caloocan to Dela Rosa Makati line of the the Philippine National Railways will be reopened after 20 years, the Department of Transportation said.

The soft opening is scheduled for Wednesday with the minimum fare set at P15, the DoTr said in its Facebook page.

The initial run will stop at the following stations: 10th Avenue, 5th Avenue, Solis, Blumentritt, Espana, Sta. Mesa and Dela Rosa, the PNR said.

"It will be the fastest and most cost efficient means of transportation from Caloocan to Makati with running time of 37 minutes," the PNR said.


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adroth:
After 20 years, PNR resumes Sangandaan, Caloocan-FTI Taguig route
Published September 11, 2018 9:26am
Updated September 11, 2018 9:28am

http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/money/companies/667303/after-20-years-pnr-resumes-sangandaan-caloocan-fti-taguig-route/story/?utm_source=GMANews&utm_medium=Twitter&utm_campaign=money

The Philippine National Railways resumed its Sangandaan, Caloocan-FTI Taguig route on Monday, to the delight of passengers.

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Ian Hidalgo, one of the route's passengers on Monday, said it usually takes him one and a half hour to get to Taguig by bus from Caloocan. With the new route, his travel time was cut to just around 30 minutes.

Mel Pucan, another passenger, said taking the PNR train costs less, from P47 by bus to less than P30 via PNR.

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PNR launches Sangandaan-FTI rail line
By Aerol John Pateña September 10, 2018, 4:25 pm

http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1047461

MANILA -- The Philippine National Railways (PNR) on Monday launched its railway line from Sangandaan in Caloocan City to FTI in Taguig City.

The rail line will traverse the following stations: Sangandaan, Asistio, 5th Avenue, Solis, Blumentritt, Espana, Sta. Mesa, Paco, Dela Rosa, Edsa and FTI vice versa with a minimum fare of PHP15.

The trips are scheduled as follows:

Morning: 5:11 am and 7:11 am (Sangandaan-FTI); 6:12 am and 8:12 am (FTI-Sangandaan)

Afternoon: 3:11 pm and 5:11 pm (Sangandaan-FTI); 4:12 pm and 6:12 pm (FTI-Sangandaan)

Schedules and fares of PNR Sangandaan-FTI line

(Photo courtesy of: DOTr)

 

“Eight trains with a capacity of 850 would be fielded on the shuttle line and is expected to accommodate 7,000 passengers,” the Department of Transportation said in a statement.

The new railway line will extend the existing PNR Caloocan-dela Rosa line, which was opened last August 1.

The PNR Caloocan-dela Rosa line will be utilized for commuters going from Caloocan to Makati and vice versa, as the PNR pursues the construction of the North-South Commuter Line or the PNR North 1, connecting Tutuban to Malolos.

This was shut down during the the late 90’s to early 2000’s to pave the way for the construction of the Northrail project, which was envisioned to connect Metro Manila to Malolos, Bulacan and Clark, Pampanga. (PNA)

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adroth:
PNR launches Sangandaan-FTI rail line
By Aerol John Pateña  September 10, 2018, 4:25 pm

http://www.pna.gov.ph/articles/1047461

The Philippine National Railways opens the PNR Sangandaan-FTI rail line which extends the existing Caloocan-dela Rosa line. Commuters going from Caloocan to Makati and vice versa will be able to use the rail line as PNR constructs the North-South Commuter Line from Tutuban to Malolos. (Photo courtesy of DOTr)

MANILA -- The Philippine National Railways (PNR) on Monday launched its railway line from Sangandaan in Caloocan City to FTI in Taguig City.

The rail line will traverse the following stations: Sangandaan, Asistio, 5th Avenue, Solis, Blumentritt, Espana, Sta. Mesa, Paco, Dela Rosa, Edsa and FTI vice versa with a minimum fare of PHP15.

The trips are scheduled as follows:

Morning: 5:11 am and 7:11 am (Sangandaan-FTI); 6:12 am and 8:12 am (FTI-Sangandaan)

Afternoon: 3:11 pm and 5:11 pm (Sangandaan-FTI); 4:12 pm and 6:12 pm (FTI-Sangandaan)


“Eight trains with a capacity of 850 would be fielded on the shuttle line and is expected to accommodate 7,000 passengers,” the Department of Transportation said in a statement.

The new railway line will extend the existing PNR Caloocan-dela Rosa line, which was opened last August 1.

The PNR Caloocan-dela Rosa line will be utilized for commuters going from Caloocan to Makati and vice versa, as the PNR pursues the construction of the North-South Commuter Line or the PNR North 1, connecting Tutuban to Malolos.

This was shut down during the the late 90’s to early 2000’s to pave the way for the construction of the Northrail project, which was envisioned to connect Metro Manila to Malolos, Bulacan and Clark, Pampanga. (PNA)

adroth:
See also: PNR Northrail

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http://open_jicareport.jica.go.jp/pdf/12245890_01.pdf

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssu0mPoWV6k

JICAChannel02
Published on May 31, 2016

The objective of the Project is to expand the economic sphere of Metro Manila and reduce air pollution by constructing a commuter line interval, running from Malolos, the capital city of Bulacan Province at the north of Metro Manila to Tutuban in the City of Manila. Its total length is 37.9 kilometers, and there will be 10 stations throughout the section. The project is to enhance the connectivity of the transportation network and alleviating the serious traffic congestion in Metro Manila.

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