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Old June 1st, 2017, 02:48 AM   #81
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I actually lived in Sta. Mesa for many years and based on my experience and walking tolerance, the walking distance is manageable. My estimate is that it will take about 5 minutes (Google says 7 minutes) walking to and from Pureza Line 2 Station to the PNR Sta. Mesa station.

With regards to the question as how commuters transferring between these 2 lines deal with it, if ever, I believe many of them walk while some ride pedicabs/tricycles.
Eh yun pala, eh. Option 1 is the best talaga, even at its current form. Any improvements beyond that is pure gravy.
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Old June 1st, 2017, 03:44 AM   #82
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I've been looking at the distance between Pureza Station of LRT2 and Sta Mesa Station of PNR and the distance seems similar (just woke up without coffee) to that of MRT3 North Ave Station and the original Common Station at SM North Annex. But the bigger challenge is even if we want to extend LRT4 Option 1 to Pureza Stn, you will need a common station to connect. Pureza to Sta Mesa station is walkable but a long walk.

The real question is HOW do the commuters of PNR and LRT2 deal with transferring between the two lines *today*, assuming they transfer at all?
I tried to do this for a week when I was assigned to the Masinag area for two weeks (from Makati area). The walk wouldn't have been an issue if it weren't for the non-existent sidewalks, puddle ridden roads, being exposed to the elements (very hot or wet) and it's quite scary to walk outside the PNR station at night.
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Old June 1st, 2017, 04:54 AM   #83
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Siguro naman, pag nagawa ang LRT4, they would make walkways, improved lighting and sidewalks in anticipation of increased foot traffic between the two stations...
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Old June 1st, 2017, 06:48 AM   #84
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Paano kaya nila ia-address yung issue ng tatawiring Valley Fault sa bandang Ortigas Ave. cor. Lanuza kapag naitayo tong Line 4? Parang yung sa Line 2 lang, tinatawid nya yung fault line just before magsimula yung tunnel section papuntang Katipunan station galing Santolan.
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Old June 1st, 2017, 09:58 AM   #85
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The same way they do in other seismic areas in the world...use superior engineering designs to compensate for possible groundshaking.
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Old June 1st, 2017, 10:51 AM   #86
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now the questions is kelan ang Bidding?
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Old June 1st, 2017, 11:04 AM   #87
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Well my source is from someone in PPPC. To prove it they just updated the details of LRT-4 on the website: LRT Line 4 Project
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Old June 3rd, 2017, 12:13 PM   #88
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How are they planning to get the extensions to Makati and Paco work? Rail intersections and having some different routes for each rail vehicle?
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Old June 3rd, 2017, 03:10 PM   #89
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depending on the super duper final plan and DED, they would put provisions for the extensions. Even MRT3 has provisions to extend under Ayala Ave because it was planned that way...
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While I'm partial to Option 2, Option 1 is still a great choice as it will provide closer connection to Makati and Paco but will also connect the rising Mandaluyong southwest business district along the Pioneer-Reliance-Sheridan area.
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I agree. Option 1 is the best
because it will connect 3 Business Districts :
(1) Robinsons Land Boni (mall, Go Hotel, call centers)
(2) Greenfield
(3) Ortigas

From Pioneer Center Supermarket, konting lakad ay Capitol Commons.
So that's 4 Business Districts.

Then after Meralco, is Rockwell Land.
So that's 5 Business Districts.



Ito na talaga ang solusyon sa traffic dyan.
Wala nang rason para mag-kotse
sa 3-kilometer radius ng Boni-Shaw-Ortigas.
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Option1 ... PNR Sta. Mesa to MRT Boni
Option2 ... LRT2 V. Mapa to MRT Shaw
Option3 ... LRT2 Gilmore to MRT Ortigas


I vote Option1 because of the possibility
of Extensions to Makati Ave and to Paco PNR.

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Old June 3rd, 2017, 06:55 PM   #92
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The whole Ortigas CBD will be so accessible, 3 lines serving it, MRT3 along EDSA, LRT4 on ADB ave and subway on Meralco Ave. Makati CBD and BGC will be so jealous.
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The whole Ortigas CBD will be so accessible, 3 lines serving it, MRT3 along EDSA, LRT4 on ADB ave and subway on Meralco Ave. Makati CBD and BGC will be so jealous.
ANTAYIN NYO LANG ANG MEGAMANILA SUBWAY PROJECT PARA SA BGC AT BRT EDSA CORRIDOR. PARA SA MAKATI PARA MAKA CONNECT SILA SA ISAT ISA.. KASO DEKADA PA MAGAANTAY.
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ANTAYIN NYO LANG ANG MEGAMANILA SUBWAY PROJECT PARA SA BGC AT BRT EDSA CORRIDOR. PARA SA MAKATI PARA MAKA CONNECT SILA SA ISAT ISA.. KASO DEKADA PA MAGAANTAY.
ANG GANDA DIN NYAN AT MAGKAKAKCONNECT SA PNR NORTH-SOUTH LINE DIRETSYO UWI SA PROBINSYA. HAAAAYYY KAYLAN KAYA SILA MAGAGAWA LAHAT??
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ANG GANDA DIN NYAN AT MAGKAKAKCONNECT SA PNR NORTH-SOUTH LINE DIRETSYO UWI SA PROBINSYA. HAAAAYYY KAYLAN KAYA SILA MAGAGAWA LAHAT??
Expected start of revenue generating operations for the 2nd Phase of the Mega Manila Subway is 2035, according to JICA's report. This is the phase that includes the provinces of Cavite in the South and the other provinces in the North. When you say "expected" in the PH, expect a delay of at least 5 years, so mga 2040 pa. lol.

About LRT4, expected start of operations is 2023 according to JICA's report. This is assuming they have already started bidding out the project in or this 2017 which evidently is not yet happening--not yet re-approved by NEDA. You can see this in the Gantt Chart that shows the project's supposed completion schedule (which i am certain will not be followed). Source
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It worries me that the Gov't has yet to mention anything about this project. Looking at the options above, it seems like a feasible one, especially the fact that the whole Ortigas CBD is accessible from there.

Traffic will keep getting worse on Ortigas Highway if they don't act on it.
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It worries me that the Gov't has yet to mention anything about this project. Looking at the options above, it seems like a feasible one, especially the fact that the whole Ortigas CBD is accessible from there.

Traffic will keep getting worse on Ortigas Highway if they don't act on it.
Yeah it worries me too. So far all the backup info we get from this project are from that old PDF doc that has been previously discussed extensively and a posting from a forumer who claim to know inside info with proof being on a website that may or may not been updated. If we don't here anything from the horse's mouth (DOTr) soon regarding LRT4, it will likely be just a pipe dream. My trust in Digong is the only reason why this thread is open...
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Does it follow na kung wala sa #BuildBuildBuild list ng DOTr/NEDA ang LRT4, ibig sabihin hindi nila iiimplement? Same here – banking on DU30's thrust for rail infra but of course we need to see that they will want to push this too.
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Does it follow na kung wala sa #BuildBuildBuild list ng DOTr/NEDA ang LRT4, ibig sabihin hindi nila iiimplement? Same here – banking on DU30's thrust for rail infra but of course we need to see that they will want to push this too.
Where do you even find the #BuildBuildBuild list ng DOTr/NEDA? I just went to both DOTr and NEDA websites and nothing...
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Where do you even find the #BuildBuildBuild list ng DOTr/NEDA? I just went to both DOTr and NEDA websites and nothing...
Build link There's no useful information on their website
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