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Old June 13th, 2019, 09:57 AM   #261
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Other than Line-4, how about rearranging the line colors. Either we revert back to the original color scheme such as yellow for Line-1, etc. or stick with the current.

Besides, LRTA installed the new signs within Line-1 and still retains green to identify this line.
Kung praktikalan din lang naman, ok na as-is na Green si Line 1, Purple si Line 2, at Yellow si Line 3. Ok na yun. Parang mix of both SRTS-era and Noynoying-era colors. Tutal proof enough naman na yung bubong ng Line 2 East Extension na purple pa rin sya.
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Old June 17th, 2019, 03:02 AM   #262
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Mukhang Santa Mesa, Shaw MRT3, Ortigas South (near Capitol Commons), then liko C5 (looks like banda dun ang terminus ng "Line 5"?) then liko ng Ortigas Ave extension ruta niya.
From the map, it looks like from Ortigas Ave. Extension, it will take a turn to C. Raymundo to Pasig Blvd., then follows the Shaw Boulevard to P. Sanchez and V. Mapa, terminating at Magsaysay Boulevard.

That being said, It's important to keep in mind that there are a lot of variations of the Line 4 route. From Taytay, following the Manila East Road-Tikling-Ortigas Ave. Extn. alignment up to crossing the Manggahan Floodway, the line may go any of the following routes:

a) the (DOTr/JICA?) aforementioned plan that followed C. Raymundo-Pasig Blvd.-Shaw Blvd.-P. Sanchez.-V. Mapa route, terminating at Sta. Mesa

b) the (P)Abaya plan which would continue traversing the Ortigas Ave. Ext. route all the way to Ortigas Ave. terminating at EDSA

c) the original Mandaluyong plan that would traverse the Ortigas Ave. Ext. to Ortigas Ave. towards Ortigas Center, terminating in Sta. Mesa. The plan itself had various routing options as well, with one option either taking the Shaw Blvd. alignment and another option taking Boni Ave. alignment

With the project currently in review, I wonder which routes will the approved Line 4 plan will follow, or will it have a route in place? Personally, I would go with either A or C.
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Old June 17th, 2019, 10:31 AM   #263
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The better question should be, is the remaining time of the duterte administration enough for the review, approval, and, at least, grant to the winning proponent of the project?

obviously, this project is not a priority of this administration. with the pace of other priority rail projects, what can we expect from this?
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Old June 17th, 2019, 06:16 PM   #264
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The better question should be, is the remaining time of the duterte administration enough for the review, approval, and, at least, grant to the winning proponent of the project?

obviously, this project is not a priority of this administration. with the pace of other priority rail projects, what can we expect from this?
Highly unlikely under this admin. LRT2 West Extension which is a smaller project is going 3 years and nasa bidding of consultants palang. Unless China takes this up malabo na ito
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Old June 20th, 2019, 05:46 AM   #265
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Bakit nyo pinupush through ito? Sakin panget ung project dahil kulang ang ruta tapos Light Rail nanaman?? Mas maganda siguro irevive masterplan ng Mass Transit at the time of Marcos. Tutal Build build Build, why not? Diba?..
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Old June 20th, 2019, 09:07 AM   #266
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hindi to light rail. Recommendation ng JICA na AGT yung route. And kung nakita mo traffic sa taytay area papunta metro manila, napaka lala na. And hindi kulang yung route, kasi matagal nang walang rail line yung ortigas BD. Connections sa ibang rail lines yung important na feature neto.
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Old July 25th, 2019, 03:24 PM   #267
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Any news on this project?
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Old August 4th, 2019, 05:04 AM   #268
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Hanggang imagination ko na lamang ito. Appropriate ba ang pangalang 'Binangonan?' Aayaw yatang bumangon para sa lugar na ito.
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Old August 5th, 2019, 03:09 AM   #269
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Is there something that LGUs of the cities and municipalities covered by this project do to expedite the start of this project? Mayor Isko, Vico and Kit are pretty popular nowadays, perhaps they can use that influence to rally for support for this project. OR baka naman they can do what Abby Binay did for Makati Subway just to make sure that this project will see daylight? IDK.

It seems like this is not in the priorities of this admin. We cannot wait for another 3 years, or worse, 6 years just to start this project. The eastern corridor badly needs a solution to the worsening traffic situation here.
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Is there something that LGUs of the cities and municipalities covered by this project do to expedite the start of this project? Mayor Isko, Vico and Kit are pretty popular nowadays, perhaps they can use that influence to rally for support for this project. OR baka naman they can do what Abby Binay did for Makati Subway just to make sure that this project will see daylight? IDK.

It seems like this is not in the priorities of this admin. We cannot wait for another 3 years, or worse, 6 years just to start this project. The eastern corridor badly needs a solution to the worsening traffic situation here.




Scenario sa stop&shop nung umulan ng malakas last week.

Kawawa lagi yung nabiyahe ng papunta ng Pasig laging ipit sa traffic lalo na kapag malakas ang ulan.

Dami kasing mga jeepney dyan nagcucutting trip at bigla na lang nawawala.
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Old August 5th, 2019, 04:17 AM   #271
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Is there something that LGUs of the cities and municipalities covered by this project do to expedite the start of this project? Mayor Isko, Vico and Kit are pretty popular nowadays, perhaps they can use that influence to rally for support for this project. OR baka naman they can do what Abby Binay did for Makati Subway just to make sure that this project will see daylight? IDK.

It seems like this is not in the priorities of this admin. We cannot wait for another 3 years, or worse, 6 years just to start this project. The eastern corridor badly needs a solution to the worsening traffic situation here.
It was an LGU project between Mandaluyong and Japan however, the previous DOTC admin took it away and made it a national project.

https://businessmirror.com.ph/2016/0...ilway-project/

The likelihood of that going back to the LGU is probably slim to none.
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Old August 5th, 2019, 04:59 AM   #272
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Old September 26th, 2019, 12:52 PM   #274
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PH eyes MRT 4 funding help from China-based institution

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The Philippines has urged the Beijing-based Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to help finance the proposed Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 4 with the Manila-based Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Department of Finance (DOF) said on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Also being endorsed for financing by the AIIB were two bridges and several water supply projects, a DOF statement quoted Finance Undersecretary Mark Dennis Y.C. Joven as saying.

MRT-4, to run between the Ortigas business district and Rizal province, was among projects to be financed by the ADB under its new six-year country partnership strategy for the Philippines.

Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III had brought up the idea of AIIB partnering with the Philippine government-run Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)./tsb
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Dapat s V. Mapa Station simula ng ruta, maikli ang Ortigas to Rizal sa totoo lang.
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Old September 26th, 2019, 01:50 PM   #276
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So MRT na pala 'to?!

Based sa map na 'to, Sta. Mesa ang simula. Mukhang Option 2 'to (V. Mapa - Shaw Blvd. route).

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I'd say, kundi lang sa Skyway 3 pwede pa 'tong i-extend from V. Mapa interchange all the way to Quezon Ave./Araneta Ave. where it'll meet the future Line 8 (na sana MRT din). Tapos may option to extend further to 5th Ave. or Balintawak to meet Line 1/Line 11.

One of the stations should have an interchange with the MMS/Line 9 (likely Ortigas North). Tapos may proposed din na Line 10 running along C5. I think the station near Rosario can serve as an interchange to that.

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Dapat maiextend pa ito hanggang Roxas Blvd. Useless din kung hanggang Ortigas lang.
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Tingnan maigi hahaha. Meron line 2 up to North Harbour
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Hopefully, route 2 Sta mesa, Shaw, and Ortigas avenue extension. From ortigas avenue, left c5,.then right pasig blvd to shaw all the way to Sta. Mesa. Connected sa current approved projects MMS Ortigas south station and mrt ortigas station.
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About darn time

In any case, I feel happy for Mandaluyong people.
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