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Old October 21st, 2017, 05:48 PM   #1
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PNR Manila-Clark Railway| Length: 106 km| 17 Stations

17 stations of Manila-Clark Railway announced

The Department of Transportation says it aims to start the construction of the railway system in the last quarter of 2017 and finish it by 2021

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Tutuban, Tondo, Caloocan, and Valenzuela in Metro Manila, as well as Meycauayan and Marilao in Bulacan, will be the first 6 stations of a mass transit railway that will connect commuters from Manila to Clark International Airport in Pampanga.

This was announced by the Department of Transportation (DOTr) a day ahead of a station marking event for the P225-billion Manila-Clark Railway, which will be funded through official development assistance (ODA) from Japan.

The project that will once again connect Central Luzon and Metro Manila by rail "will be completed under the Duterte administration," Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade said in a statement on Sunday, June 25.

Eleven other stations are Bocaue, Balagtas, Guiguinto, Malolos, and Calumpit in Bulacan, plus Apalit, San Fernando, Angeles, Clark, and Clark International Airport in Pampanga, and the proposed New Clark City in Tarlac.

The 106-kilometer railway project is one of the "high-impact projects" of President Rodrigo Duterte under the government's "Build Build Build" infrastructure program.

With this rail project, the DOTr aims to cut the two-hour travel time from Manila to Clark to 55 minutes.

"The rail system stands to benefit 350,000 passengers daily on its first year of operations," said the transportation department.

Completed in 2021

Philippine National Railways (PNR) General Manager Junn Magno said the project is seen to decongest Metro Manila and further spread economic gains.

"This project will ease traffic congestion and help thousands of commuters coming from Bulacan and Pampanga who travel daily to their workplaces or schools in Metro Manila," Magno said.

According to the DOTr, the project will start construction in the last quarter of 2017 and will be completed by the last quarter of 2021.

The whole line will have 13 train sets with 8 cars or coaches per train set. Each train can reach a maximum speed of 120 kilometers per hour.

In June 2016, Duterte told the media that Chinese diplomats offered to fund and build the project in two years. A year later, the transportation department said the project would be funded through ODA from Japan. – Rappler.com

https://www.rappler.com/business/173...-revealed-dotr

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Old October 21st, 2017, 05:50 PM   #2
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Ginawa ko itong thread para sa mga updates, news, and comments about sa PNR Manila-Clark Railway Project
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Old October 21st, 2017, 06:19 PM   #3
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No.. Tama lang na may sariling thread to... Direct sa usapan... Based on the JICA study from Solis to Valenzuela operating speed for Airport express is 80kph (120kph Design) and between Val and Clark 120kph (160kph Design).
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Sana puedeng gamitin yung trains nito sa line going to Sorsogon? Is that the case po ba?..
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Old October 21st, 2017, 06:46 PM   #5
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Finalized na po ba ang alignment?
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Old October 22nd, 2017, 03:43 PM   #6
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Old October 22nd, 2017, 04:52 PM   #7
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Finally! I guess this is past the feasibility studies?
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If Clark Green City will be the new capital city of the Philippines, Clark International Airport is the new premier airport, Port of Subic will become the new main seaport... Then the fast train connecting Clark & Manila will be the commuter train for the city workers going back home to the old city capital for the night ... Bye & Goodnight to Manila, Hello & Good morning to Clark..
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If Clark Green City will be the new capital city of the Philippines, Clark International Airport is the new premier airport, Port of Subic will become the new main seaport... Then the fast train connecting Clark & Manila will be the commuter train for the city workers going back home to the old city capital for the night ... Bye & Goodnight to Manila, Hello & Good morning to Clark..
It is about time... in the time of Cory Aquino the DETERIORATION of the railways STARTED..
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Wala bang express service (non-stop) from manila to clark? Kung 17 stations ang dadaanan ng train ay baka mas mabilis pa mag bus
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There's express, from what i've read from data they've released.
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If Clark Green City will be the new capital city of the Philippines, Clark International Airport is the new premier airport, Port of Subic will become the new main seaport... Then the fast train connecting Clark & Manila will be the commuter train for the city workers going back home to the old city capital for the night ... Bye & Goodnight to Manila, Hello & Good morning to Clark..
Clark is envisioned to be the new Government Center but the main CBD will always be inside Metro Manila. Clark will have its own CBD but it will be 30 to 50 years (if ever) before it comes to the level of Manila CBDs. Businesses will still be in Manila and I’m sure the premier airport. Look at Brasilia, Canberra, etc.
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If Clark Green City will be the new capital city of the Philippines, Clark International Airport is the new premier airport, Port of Subic will become the new main seaport... Then the fast train connecting Clark & Manila will be the commuter train for the city workers going back home to the old city capital for the night ... Bye & Goodnight to Manila, Hello & Good morning to Clark..
Pwede din like ang DOTr Office nalipat sa Pampanga
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There's express, from what i've read from data they've released.
This will be a mix operation of AER, Limited, Commuter and PNR North Long Haul Intercity...
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Kung ang Depot ng Phase 1 ay sa Valenzuela. Ang depot po ba ng Phase 2 ay sa Clark?
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This will be a mix operation of AER, Limited, Commuter and PNR North Long Haul Intercity...
What is AER? Airport Express Rail?
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This will be a mix operation of AER, Limited, Commuter and PNR North Long Haul Intercity...
Pano yung express train pag may train na stationary sa station? May middle train ba? Sa Bangkok kasi mix din ng AER at commuter but i didnt notice a middle rail.
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120km/hr? or 140 km/hr? ano ba speed para ma consider na high speed?
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120km/hr? or 140 km/hr? ano ba speed para ma consider na high speed?
The European Union Directive 96/48/EC, Annex 1 defines high-speed rail with a minimum speed of 200 km/hr and up.
The International Union of Railways (UIC) also sets the same minimum speed.
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