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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Japanese funds new Manila light rail lines

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The Japanese government under its aid development program is offering support to the Philippines government to develop a 2nd line under the Manila Light Rail Transit (LRT) program. This is the 3rd project after Japan helped fund the first light rail line in 1984, and the second MRT-2 in 2003. The 3rd rail line, referred to as MRT-3, was completed in 1999 using private funding under the 'Build-Operate-Transfer' (BOT) route. 
The funds will probably be used to fund the extension of the Yellow and Purple lines into the outer areas of Greater Manila. This will mean beyond the current terminal stations of Santalan (Yellow Line Extension) will be extended to Bacoor City) and Baclaran (Purple Line Extension) will extend the line to Rizal. These developments will of course ease congestion on the highways, as well as offering better connections to the city. Eventually it seems probable that the Yellow Line will extend to Batangas City, and that the Purple Line will circum-navigate Lake Laguna, whilst its western extension goes north to San Fernando and beyond. This is of course speculation and probably another 10 years away in terms of development scheduling.

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