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Old January 19th, 2018, 06:03 PM   #61
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Puwede ba, ****.urong sa baba... Masyadong malapit sa estasyon paps.
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Bulabugin natin ang gobyerno! Huwag tayong titigil hangga't hindi ito bumibili ng karagdagang tren at kumukuha ng magagaling at matitinong railway managers. Dikdikin natin ang gobyerno para diinan din nito ang mga negosyanteng nanlalamang sa kontrata at serbisyo.
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Old January 20th, 2018, 04:48 AM   #62
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UPLB property naman yun so madali na x-deal since state-owned.

PS: diyan kami na gimik dati at practice driving
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Old February 13th, 2018, 02:24 AM   #63
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Ibig sabihin wala ng tren to south sa tutuban at magiging bound to malolos na lang ang hihinto sa tutuban.
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Old February 13th, 2018, 08:13 AM   #64
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34 of 75 flagship infra projects to start in ┬’18
By: Ben O. de Vera - Reporter / @bendeveraINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:34 AM January 19, 2018

Links: http://business.inquirer.net/244404/...jects-start-18


Also for rollout in 2018 is the DOTr’s P175.3-billion PNR South Long-Haul Project, a 639-km rail consisting of these lines: 406-kilometer Los Banos to Legazpi; 117-km Legazpi to Matnog; 58-km Calamba to Batangas; and 58-km Manila to Los Banos.
Sana naman yung mga trains nila revamped na hindi yung mga tulad ng mga existing trains na ginagamit ng mga tao ngayon sa PNR. Hindi na ako ambisyosa na tulad pa ng trains ng Hong Kong to or Japan or Korea dito na tayo satin parang sa LRT 2 na lang. ������������
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Old February 14th, 2018, 02:08 PM   #65
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then we can pressure the university to offer railway engineering sa LB para masaya hehe
It's an agricultural college specializing in different kind of engineering. UP Clark would be a better place to have a railway engineering college. They can have as much space to test turns their contraptions.
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Old February 17th, 2018, 07:00 AM   #66
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http://eia.emb.gov.ph/wp-content/upl...e-Commuter.pdf

22 Stations ang meron sa PNR South Project. Hindi kasama ang Tutuban, kase start ang PNR South sa Solis according sa PDF File ng DOTr
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Old March 15th, 2018, 05:58 AM   #67
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Any update or development for the project?
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Old March 20th, 2018, 09:59 PM   #68
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http://manilastandard.net/news/natio...erm-ends-.html

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Roque said the construction of the PNR’s South Line Manila to Legazpi City in Bicol has been awarded to China.
WTF?? akala ko Japanese ODA tong project na to?
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Old March 20th, 2018, 10:47 PM   #69
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WTF?? akala ko Japanese ODA tong project na to?
Yung South Commuter lang hanggang Los Banos ang sa Japan.
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Old March 21st, 2018, 06:06 AM   #70
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WTF?? akala ko Japanese ODA tong project na to?
Basa basa muna. North and South Commuter (elevated) is Japan. The South Long Haul Line (at-grade) will be China. You post on wrong thread. Dito dapat : https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...2040071&page=6
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Old March 21st, 2018, 06:33 PM   #71
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Basa basa muna. North and South Commuter (elevated) is Japan. The South Long Haul Line (at-grade) will be China. You post on wrong thread. Dito dapat : https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...2040071&page=6
nice, thank you for correcting me sir. so may overlap pala ang bicol express sa south commuter line
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Old March 22nd, 2018, 08:13 AM   #72
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As RayQ mentioned:

Commuter wet dream$$$: Elevated
Long haul wet dreams$$$: At-grade
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Old April 11th, 2018, 06:19 PM   #73
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I've tried PNR today, from Buendia to Bicutan. My first time. Except the a/c not working properly during a hot humid afternoon, the experience is actually quite nice. It exceeded my expectations.

I think this line has a huge potential of providing some commuters to Makati and Manila with a reliable and affordable means of transpo. Perhaps even easing out traffic along SLEX.

My unsolicited recommendations:

+ Having more trains, like intervals of 20 min or so. Seems like it's currently 1hr.
+ Improved ticketing system. Integration of beep payment.
+ Stations were already improved. New ones were built. But I think it can be improved further. Not only the stations but even its peripheries
+ Wouldn't it be nice if it's open even after midnight? And opens early at 4?

Imagine if there's a tramline running from one of Makati's stations, and goes around the city to BGC. I'd take it every day.
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Old April 12th, 2018, 07:19 AM   #74
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PNR can easily accommodate 1,000,000 passengers/day if it had the means to.

Now, besides providing commuting service, one key factor of a totally rehabilitated PNR: the ability to greatly decongest MM (not to mention the potential for freight / cargo service)

Why?

Madami sa trabahador sa MM dito nagsstay kasi napakahassle umuwi sa probinsiya / bahay nila.

Now, if PNR can be made to run reliably and efficiently by the private sector / PPP model , aba eh maguuwian nalang ako sa elbi kehza magrenta pa sa Kyusi.

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Kaya I'm salivating at this JICA dream to rehabilitate the North and South rail lines. JICA funded and built so we can expect Banzai levels.

Kung pwede lang Japan narin operate and magmaintain nito eh. (Heck, outsource governance to them narin for 150 years...siguro naman more than enough time na yun for Pinoys to become politically and economically mature )
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Old April 12th, 2018, 09:19 AM   #75
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PNR can easily accommodate 1,000,000 passengers/day if it had the means to.

Now, besides providing commuting service, one key factor of a totally rehabilitated PNR: the ability to greatly decongest MM (not to mention the potential for freight / cargo service)

Why?

Madami sa trabahador sa MM dito nagsstay kasi napakahassle umuwi sa probinsiya / bahay nila.
Hence, the "carmageddon" leaving Metro Manila during long weekends. Imagine how much time traffic eats up everyday, the time wasted reduces productivity for each person in Metro Manila.
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Old April 12th, 2018, 01:09 PM   #76
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Yeah, good points. Why, I think, it's even possible to have a double decker train for the long haul.

Apart dun sa mag uwian sa province, pwede rin kung sakali, pag magdadala ka ng sasakyan, iwan mo na lang sa parking sa train station outside MM, tapos take the train to MM. Isang halimbawa na nakita ko ay yung sa Adelaide. Although ang trapik naman nila sa CBD nila ay parang napakaluwag pa rin. Pero effective, kasi wala na halos sasakyan sa CBD. Ineentice pa nila ang mga tao by making tram travel free within a certain part of the city. Sa Sydney naman, pag naka 10 rides ka sa isang week, the rest ay libre na. Pero siempre, iba naman duon. At higit na mas madami tayo dito. Pero I think we can learn from them. Siguro dapat mga taga DOTr natin dapat magtravel overseas para makita nila pano ang sistema sa ibang bansa. I'm sure marami tayong matututunan sa kanila.
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Siguro dapat mga taga DOTr natin dapat magtravel overseas para makita nila pano ang sistema sa ibang bansa. I'm sure marami tayong matututunan sa kanila.
I'm sure most of them do travel abroad for official trips although it seems that they go to other countries for vacation rather than learning something
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PNR can easily accommodate 1,000,000 passengers/day if it had the means to.

Now, besides providing commuting service, one key factor of a totally rehabilitated PNR: the ability to greatly decongest MM (not to mention the potential for freight / cargo service)

Why?

Madami sa trabahador sa MM dito nagsstay kasi napakahassle umuwi sa probinsiya / bahay nila.

Now, if PNR can be made to run reliably and efficiently by the private sector / PPP model , aba eh maguuwian nalang ako sa elbi kehza magrenta pa sa Kyusi.

===

Kaya I'm salivating at this JICA dream to rehabilitate the North and South rail lines. JICA funded and built so we can expect Banzai levels.

Kung pwede lang Japan narin operate and magmaintain nito eh. (Heck, outsource governance to them narin for 150 years...siguro naman more than enough time na yun for Pinoys to become politically and economically mature )
Way back 1986 to 1989 Yong boss ko who lives in San Fernando daily takes the commuter train from San Fernando Pampanga to FTI Taguig..
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Old April 13th, 2018, 01:13 AM   #79
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Apart dun sa mag uwian sa province, pwede rin kung sakali, pag magdadala ka ng sasakyan, iwan mo na lang sa parking sa train station outside MM
Maganda din ito.

For example wet dreams maayos NorthRail hanggang San Fernando ulit, gawa ng malaking intermodal transpo hub dun para yung mga pa -Baguio / Surfing eh magtren nalang.

Tapos yung sa Cabuyao branch line maayos din para yung mga millenials iwan na sasakyan at magtren nalang papuntang Nuvali. Grabe traffic dito pag weekend papuntang / all the way to Tagaytay (Tagaytay-Sta Rosa Road).

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Siguro dapat mga taga DOTr natin dapat magtravel overseas para makita nila pano ang sistema sa ibang bansa. I'm sure marami tayong matututunan sa kanila.
Nako boss, kung alam lang natin

Naka ilang junket este "immersion / study tour" trips na mga yan.
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Maganda din ito.

For example wet dreams maayos NorthRail hanggang San Fernando ulit, gawa ng malaking intermodal transpo hub dun para yung mga pa -Baguio / Surfing eh magtren nalang.

Tapos yung sa Cabuyao branch line maayos din para yung mga millenials iwan na sasakyan at magtren nalang papuntang Nuvali. Grabe traffic dito pag weekend papuntang / all the way to Tagaytay (Tagaytay-Sta Rosa Road).



Nako boss, kung alam lang natin

Naka ilang junket este "immersion / study tour" trips na mga yan.
Yun lang. Sana talaga may makaisip man lang sa DOTr. Di ba nagbabasa naman sila ng SSC? Marami silang magiging light bulb moments dito. These ideas about PNR are not impossible. Maraming pwedeng mangyari apart dun sa mga nabanggit na. Magiging mura ang rental rates ng office at residences sa Makati. Hindi na magiging 13m++ ang population ng MM. Siguro doble talaga ang peak population ng MM during working hours. Mag uuwian na rin ako sa LB araw araw! I'm sure marami sa tin, ayaw ng hustle and bustle ng city living dito sa Metro Manila. Tataas na ng bahagya ang life expectancy ng mga tao dahil bawas stress sa kalye. More time for something else.

Dreams na lang muna....
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