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Old February 16th, 2016, 08:16 AM   #1
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SMC-MRT7 | Length: 22.8 km| 14 Stations

I think it's about time na magkaroon ito ng sariling thread, consider na meron nang movements (kahit papaano) sa areas na dadaanan ng linyang ito. As of the moment, they conduct a series of soil testing in Guadanoville - Pangarap Village Area, Greater Lagro (from Access College to Avida Towers Astrea), and Regalado - Mindanao Avenue Intersection.

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The MRT-7 construction timeline submitted by MRT-7 EPC contractor Hyundai Rotem-EEI consortium, has been approved by the DOTC. The construction timeline calls for the commencement of the MRT-7 construction and construction-related activities on February 18, 2016 and completion on August 17, 2019.

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I took these photos this afternoon in QUIRINO HIGHWAY , and i was able to speak with one of the guys working for EEI Corporation. They have started the series of soil testing in this area, Brgy Pasong Putik, Lagro QC. According to them, they will soon proceed to Tala Caloocan.



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MRT-7 to decongest Metro Manila traffic by 2020
Published April 20, 2016 3:39pm
Once the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) is fully operational by 2020, the mass rail system is expected to ease traffic in Metro Manila and cut the travel time from Quezon City to Bulacan by over two-thirds or from more than three hours to one hour.

"Ang mga nakatira malapit dito sa Quezon Memorial Circle, sa kahabaan ng Commonwealth Avenue at Fairview, hanggang sa mga taga-San Jose del Monte, Bulacan, ay magkakaroon na ng mas mabilis at episyenteng paraan para makarating sa kanilang mga trabaho, pati na sa iba pang sentro ng komersyo ng Kamaynilaan," President Benigno S.C Aquino III said during the groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday.



"Ang biyahe mula San Jose del Monte hanggang sa Makati, na umaabot ngayon sa tatlo’t kalahating oras, magiging isang oras na lang," the President noted.

Construction of the 22-kilometer elevated mass rail system is set to start Wednesday. – VDS, GMA News - See more at: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story....UclecsGx.dpuf

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MRT Line 7 That Will Connect Bulacan to MRT-3 and LRT-1 Starts Construction
BY KC CANLAS • APRIL 20, 2016



The construction of the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) has kicked off today with a groundbreaking ceremony held at the Quezon Memorial Circle. The MRT-7 is expected to be operational in four years. This new line will connect Bulacan to the MRT-3 and the LRT-1.


According to a news release from gov.ph:

The P69.30-billion project includes the development of a 23-km railway system with 14 stations from North Avenue, Quezon City to San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. Once completed and operational by April 2020, the MRT-7 is expected to initially accommodate 350,000 daily passengers and shorten travel time from the current 3.5 hours on the road to one (1) hour. Once further upgrades are made, ultimately 800,000 passengers per day will benefit from the project.

The project covers the development of an integrated transportation system, which includes the said railway system, a 22-km highway from the NLEX Bocaue interchange, and an intermodal transport terminal (ITT) adjacent to the San Jose del Monte Station. Commuters can take public utility vehicles (PUVs) or private cars and use the new highway from NLEX, alight at the ITT, and board the MRT-7 going to North Avenue, Quezon City.

What do you think of MRT-7?


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DOTC, SMC break ground for P69.3B MRT-7
The project will be operational in April 2020

April 20, 2016 (updated)


By Ces Dimalanta and Emmie Abadilla

After seven years, residents from Quezon City, Caloocan City, and Bulacan can soon expect a faster and more convenient commute to the metropolis as the construction of the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) will be in full swing starting Wednesday (April 20, 2016).

The 23-kilometer railway system is set to be operational by April 2020.


Once the MRT-7 is built, it will only take 30 minutes to commute end-to-end, compared to the current two-hour travel time. The MRT-7 will also connect to the MRT-3, with a provision to connect to LRT-1.
Commuters can take public utility vehicles (PUVs) or private cars and use the new highway from NLEX, alight at the ITT, and board the MRT-7 going to North Avenue, Quezon City.
The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), led by DOTC Secretary Jun Abaya, together with San Miguel Corporation (SMC) president Ramong Ang, and Universal LRT Corporation (ULC) representatives led the groundbreaking

ceremony at the Quezon Memorial Circle, which was graced by President Benigno S. Aquino III.
“The long-awaited MRT-7 will serve commuters who ply the heavily congested Commonwealth Avenue area for work and school on a daily basis. The new railway system will not only significantly lessen travel time along this corridor, but also help decongest traffic in Caloocan and NLEX,” said Abaya.

With the P69.3-billion project comes the railway system with 14 stations that will run from SM North EDSA in North Avenue to San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. MRT-7 is set to shorten travel time from 3.5 hours on the road to one hour. Daily trips are initially expected to accommodate 350,000 passengers.

During his speech, Aquino shared more good news regarding the daily trips, saying that once train upgrades continue, passenger accommodation is expected to reach as much as 800,000. He also lauded the said project for being the first mass transportation system for Filipinos who are living in Northeast NCR and Bulacan.

The project covers the development of an integrated transportation system, which includes the said railway system, a 22-km highway from the NLEX Bocaue interchange, and an intermodal transport terminal (ITT) adjacent to the San Jose del Monte Station. Commuters can take public utility vehicles (PUVs) or private cars and use the new highway from NLEX, alight at the ITT, and board the MRT-7 going to North Avenue, Quezon City.


Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/dotc-smc-break-...yyXXobUXAEW.99
From the Failon Ngayon April 21 Broadcast....interview with SMC Engineer, Edgar Dona.

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Ted Failon is discussing the MRT7 with the SMC Engineer, Edgar Dona right now. Tune in DZMM.

From what I hear...

- Completion should be done in 42 months from February 18, 2016 but SMC thinks they can do it in 36.
- For ROW and utilities, the government is to handle but SMC is helping in the surveys, determining utility relocation, etc.
- SMC already finished the utility surveys and has a hundred pages worth of reports submitted to the government.
- Biggest challenge of ROW is in San Jose, Bulacan, the end station
- Style of construction is in 5 segments, but San Jose Del Monte will be the last part because its the most difficult
- Quezon Circle will be underground (which we already knew)
- The rest of the line will be elevated, Tandang Sora will be a challenge
- The line MAY BE opened by segment (similar to LRT2), but still to be determined
- The train cars from Korea will be better than anything we have today (even LRT2)
- For the common station, the contract stipulates that the common station will still be in front of SM North. SMC will still follow the original design BUT they are following the development of the common station dispute.
- The common station is part of "segment one"
- Ted asks if the common station is where Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya wants, SMC is still sticking to the plan and do not want to get involved with this SM vs Trinoma crap
- Ted rightfully then grills further on the common station, and SMC engineer agrees and they will study the impact. SMC has an obligation to the lenders
- Ted reassures SMC Engineer than "70 days na lang sila"
- If the original plan is followed, then the whole thing will indeed be seamless.
- Ted again emphasizes, common station, is one complex, all lines should be there, etc. Engineer agrees, whole exchange is humorous and being snarky.
- Actual civil works will be seen 6 months from February. But this is under the assumption that the government delivers the ROW and all the other obligations
- Ted offers the services of DZMM and his show for announcements and reiterates their continuing support for the project
- After the call, Ted notes the engineer has some hesitation on giving his opinion since Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya maybe listening....
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Now that MRT-7 is finally happening this Thursday (SANA), paano yung Common Station issue/dilemma?
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Old February 16th, 2016, 03:54 PM   #3
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I decided to reopen this thread! But I do hope we see this project goes to full-effect!

Cause I would really hate to see more delays on this one!
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Now that MRT-7 is finally happening this Thursday (SANA), paano yung Common Station issue/dilemma?
It should but we still don't know regarding the common station. Hopefully SM would stand their ground and be patient enough to wait until the next administration wherein hopefully, Jun Abaya's insistence on the Trinoma station would be nullified. The common station has to stay in front of SM North EDSA for the sake of sanity.

As a reminder, please post all updates, photos, news articles and discussions (including political ones) that is regarding MRT7 in this thread. All things related to LRT2 be posted in the LRT2 East and West Extension thread and all other Metro Manila Rapid Transit discussions (LRT1, MRT3 and LRT4) in the Main Metro Manila thread.
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SMC-MRT Line 7 | Length: 22.8km | 14 Stations | Completion: 2019

SMC-MRT Line 7 | Length: 22.8km | 14 Stations | Completion: 2019

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The Manila Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT-7) is a proposed rapid transit line in Metro Manila in the Philippines. If completed, the line would be 22.8 km long with 14 stations. The line has been projected running in a northeast direction, traversing Quezon City and a part of North Caloocan in Metro Manila before ending in the city of San Jose del Monte in Bulacan province.

The MRT-7 project will cost an estimated US$ 1.54 billion or PHP 62.7 billion.[1] Under the proposal, it will have a combined 44-km of road and rail transportation project from the Bocaue exit of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) to the intersection of North Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA). The 22-km, 6-lane asphalt road will connect the NLEX to the major transportation hub development in San Jose del Monte.

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After 7 years, San Miguel unit to start building MRT7

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Published 6:49 PM, February 15, 2016
Updated 8:12 PM, February 15, 2016

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MANILA, Philippines – Seven years since the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 (MRT7) was awarded, winning concessionaire San Miguel Corporation-backed Universal LRT Corporation BVI Limited (ULC) is finally ready to start the construction of the much-awaited rail system this February.

This was after the MRT7 concessionaire fully complied with the financial closure requirements. (READ: A long, winding road for better Metro Manila transport)

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MANILA — San Miguel Corp. — through its unit Universal LRT Corp BVI Ltd (ULC), the concessionaire of the Metro Rail Transit Line 7 project — “has fully complied with the financial closure requirements” of the concession agreement and has been “preparing to break ground on the vital infrastructure project,” the conglomerate said in a statement.

Once completed, the P63-billion MRT-7 project will connect Quezon City to San Jose, Bulacan via a 22.8-kilometer commuter rail line.
Posted on February 16, 2016 10:33:00 PM
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MRT-7 set for construction phase

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San Miguel hired the Hyundai Rotem-EEI consortium as engineering, procurement and construction contractor. Yuchengco-led EEI Corp. told the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday that: “EEI Corp., in consortium with Hyundai Rotem Co., has signed with Universal LRT Corporation (BVI) Ltd., the contract for the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Metro Rail Transit System and Intermodal Transportation Terminal of The MRT-7 Project-Metro Manila.”

The project involves the financing, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the 23-kilometer elevated railway line with 14 stations from San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan to MRT 3 North Avenue in Quezon City; as well as a 22-kilometer asphalt road from Bocaue Interchange of the North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) to the intermodal terminal in Tala in Caloocan City.

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Bakit dalawa ang thread para sa MRT7.Wow 2 LRT's na under construction.Sinimulan baka mapunta pa sa iba ha ha ha.

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Monday, January 25, 2016
Hyundai Rotem trains for Manila Line MRT-7
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HYUNDAI Rotem announced on January 22 that it has been awarded a Won 530bn ($US 440.2m) turnkey contract by Universal LRT Corporation, Philippines, to supply 108 metro cars together with signalling, communications, and power supplies for Manila metro Line MRT-7.

The 22.8km 14-station line will run northeast from an interchange with Line MRT-3 at North Avenue, serving Quezon City, Caloocan City, and San Jose del Monte in Bulacan.

The project, which is Hyundai Rotem's first turnkey metro contract outside Korea, is due to be completed by the middle of 2019.

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Thanks sa paglipat @mods. Gawa ni Josh kulang kaya inedit. Nung pag.edit ko mahirap kaya gumawa ako ng panibago.

Title OK na yan
Map & description ****.lagay sa 1st post

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Now that MRT-7 is finally happening this Thursday (SANA), paano yung Common Station issue/dilemma?
How about the road component ? Is it held in abeyance pending the ROW issues ? So far all the press releases is silent in this key component of MRT 7 ?
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After soil testing, they will get the results to be used for design of the foundations. Pag natapos na ang plans, saka kukuha ng permits and clearances.

Hopefully by early next year, actual mobilization ng contractor at start na ng construction.
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After soil testing, they will get the results to be used for design of the foundations. Pag natapos na ang plans, saka kukuha ng permits and clearances.

Hopefully by early next year, actual mobilization ng contractor at start na ng construction.
ganyan ba tlga katagal ang proseso feb 18 ang ground breaking tapos ang actual construction ay early next year pa?? 10 months pa bago ang construction tlga.
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After soil testing, they will get the results to be used for design of the foundations. Pag natapos na ang plans, saka kukuha ng permits and clearances.

Hopefully by early next year, actual mobilization ng contractor at start na ng construction.
Isama mo pa dyan ang surveying. Gaya nang nakita ko sa LRT 2 East extension they conducted surveys by marking the areas where the piers will be located then soil investigation para malaman kung suitable yung lupa para sa substructure tsaka kung may mga utilities na tatamaan. It took them months before the actual construction. Sana nga talaga magtuloy-tuloy na ito.
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ganyan ba tlga katagal ang proseso feb 18 ang ground breaking tapos ang actual construction ay early next year pa?? 10 months pa bago ang construction tlga.
I don't know if it will be 10 months, hopefully not that long. But thanks to having a dedicated thread that we can refer to for historical research ( ), we know for absolute certainty that for LRT2 East Extension:

Ground breaking took place on June 9 ,

Excavation started to take place November 23,

First pair of columns were completed on January 25.

So as you can see, the start of the LRT2 project took almost eight months for us to see two completed columns. Of course, there were lots of preparation too like traffic plans, permits, pre-frabication, and of course, hiring more workers and allocating materials and equipment that took place during that eight months. And LRT2 is a measley 4 km, with speedy local contractor DMCI and using AHSTO and so on. But look at it today, LRT2 East Extension has accelerated its pace.

I think for MRT7, 10 months is within reason for us to see significant progress. Its a far longer line, pretty much a complete stand alone project. It involves more soil testing, permits, workers, equipment, prefab, and coordination with multinational companies.

Plus there is also the roadway and commercial component to deal with. The mere fact that it will be done by 2019, pretty much the projected completion date for LRT2 West Extension depiste MRT7 being 23 km while the added LRT2 East and West totals just 7 km, I think MRT7's pace is pretty good.
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Tatamaan kaya ng construction yung newly installed center island streetlights installed by the RoadBoard?
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Feb 18, 2016 = Start of construction of MRT7.
2019 = Target Completion.
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