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Old January 2nd, 2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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C5-MRT10 | Length: 22.5 kms | 16 Stations

C5 MRT 10 Project

Project Brief
Implementing Agency
Department of Transportation (DOTr)

Project Description
The project involves the design, building, operating and maintaining the approximately 22.5 kilometer mostly elevated Light Railway Transit (LRT) System consisting of sixteen (16) stations along circumferential road C-5 connecting the Ninoy Aquino Terminal Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 to Quezon City, terminating at Commonwealth Avenue with possible interchange with MRT7 at Tandang Sora Station and LRT Line 2 at Aurora Station. Trains will be stabled at the depot to be built at the UP property in Diliman, Quezon City.

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Region
NCR REGION - NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION
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Transportation,Rail

Private Proponent
C5 Mass Transit Corporation Limited

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For ICC Technical Board deliberation/endorsement

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Neda reviews proposal for MRT 10, 2 other infrastructure projects

In an interview over the weekend, Neda Undersecretary for Investment Programming Rolando G. Tungpalan said the new rail line, the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) 10, will connect Commonwealth to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia).

“MRT 10 [will be on] Commonwealth, [run perpendicular to] MRT 7 in Tandang Sora, and pass by Katipunan up to FTI [Food Terminal Inc.], even the Naia. It will be parallel to the [Metro Manila] Subway,” Tungpalan said.

Transportation Undersecretary Ruben S. Reinoso told the BusinessMirror that C5 Mass Transit Corp. Ltd. proposed the railway.

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Investment council to decide on 13 unsolicited proposals by 2019 —PPP Center

The Investment Coordination Committee (ICC) will decide on at least 13 unsolicited project proposals next year, the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center said Thursday.

The decision would simply revolve on which of the projects to drop, or pursue, PPP Executive Director Ferdinand Pecson said.

“We’d like to see the decision on these projects next year,” he told reporters in a press conference in Quezon City.

The unsolicited proposals include five airport projects, five rail projects, and three other projects in different sectors.

Meanwhile, the five rail projects include:
  • Davao Monorail Project of Udenna Corp.
  • East-West Rail project of East-West Rail Transit Corp.
  • Metro Rail Transit (MRT) 10 of C5 Mass Transit Corp. Ltd.
  • Fort Bonifacio-Makati Sky Train of Infracorp Development Inc.
  • Modified Light Rail Transit Line 6 (LRT-6) Project of Prime Asset Ventures Inc.
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Old January 2nd, 2019, 01:29 PM   #2
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Maganda sana ito kung physically connected na sa MRT7 Tandang Sora station para maging technically NAIA to SJDM ang magiging route ng hindi na kailangan magtransfer ng train.
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Old January 2nd, 2019, 03:31 PM   #3
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hindi ba medyo redundant na to with Metro Manila subway
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Old January 2nd, 2019, 03:48 PM   #4
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MRT? Ang labas Light Rail?? Nanaman??.. Hindi ba kayo natuto, mga taong Gobyerno?
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Old January 3rd, 2019, 01:06 AM   #5
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MRT? Ang labas Light Rail?? Nanaman??.. Hindi ba kayo natuto, mga taong Gobyerno?
under approval pa lang naman. Dapat isama sa criteria yung business model para makita kung magiging profitable or kailangan pa ng sovereign guarantee. Kung pure railway lang na aasa lang sa pamasahe, panigurado kukuha ng subsidies ito pero kung railway plus property development as a one entity yan dapat iapproved ng NEDA
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Old January 3rd, 2019, 02:17 AM   #6
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wait anong mga routes yung 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9??
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Old January 3rd, 2019, 03:28 AM   #7
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mostly elevated Light Railway Transit (LRT) System
Anu be definition ng govt sa LRT system?

Kasi kung strictly na light rail ala L1/L3 at hindi pa heavy rail ala L2/L7 eh tigilan yan at i-revise...

...pero tama ba, meron ng program ang GRP na basta "light rail" system eh heavy rail configuration / design?

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with possible interchange with MRT7 at Tandang Sora Station and LRT Line 2 at Aurora Station.
Bakit possible pa? DAPAT SOP MANDATORY NA TO susme naman dina natuto eh
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Old January 3rd, 2019, 04:32 PM   #8
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wait anong mga routes yung 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9??
Line 4 is LRT4, which is the Taytay - Ortigas Line. It is to go from Taytay, Rizal to the Ortigas CBD via Ortigas Avenue / Ortigas Avenue Extension. It is to go all the way to an LRT2 station but the alignment from the Ortigas CBD was either beside the Pasig River up to near Pureza Station (Option 1), through Shaw Blvd up to Pureza Station (Option 2) or Ortigas Avenue to Gilmore Station(Option 3). Option 2 was the best choice, Option 3 was the worse choice and Option 1 was middle ground, according to JICA. Of course, Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya chose Option 3, then didn't do anything so the project was cancelled. A businessman named Zamora is trying to revive it during the Digong Admin.

Line 5 is the Mega Manila Subway Project that will ground break this month.

Line 6 was suppose to be an extension of LRT1's extension end point at Bacoor ending at Dasmarinas, Cavite, but Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya made it into a stand alone line. It has recently been cancelled due to it not making any sense.

Line 8 was a proposed line from Antipolo to Manila via Shaw Blvd but I have no idea what the current iteration is right now.

Line 9 used to be from the original Common Station at SM North Annex, starting at West Avenue to Quezon Avenue and Espana Blvd ending near the LRT2 Station at Recto. But because Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya moved the Common Station to Trinoma, the line was scrapped. It is now being revived as the "East West Rail" but instead of starting at SM North EDSA, it will start at Quezon Memorial, probably near the MRT7 station and traverse Quezon Avenue - Espana, probably also ending at LRT2 Station at Recto.
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Old January 4th, 2019, 05:52 AM   #9
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hindi ba medyo redundant na to with Metro Manila subway
I agree why not create that will cover different cities na malaki na din demand or revive other lines na shelved na ni Abaya dati. Like Line 6 yung Bacoor hanggang Dasmariñas. Tayo lang ata ang malaki ang population ng Capital City na kakarampot lang ang railway lines.
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Old January 4th, 2019, 06:09 AM   #10
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Bakit possible pa? DAPAT SOP MANDATORY NA TO susme naman dina natuto eh
Agree. Dapat MANDATORY yung interchange. P&[email protected]!
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Old January 5th, 2019, 06:35 AM   #11
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under approval pa lang naman. Dapat isama sa criteria yung business model para makita kung magiging profitable or kailangan pa ng sovereign guarantee. Kung pure railway lang na aasa lang sa pamasahe, panigurado kukuha ng subsidies ito pero kung railway plus property development as a one entity yan dapat iapproved ng NEDA
Under approval nga pero malabo makalusot. Dapat DOTr ang humahawak sa mga metro/railway project not private. Masyado liberal sila Tugade, tumatangap ng proposal.
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Old January 5th, 2019, 07:30 AM   #12
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Yep, mas maganda na ODA route ala Line 2. Tapos O&M sa COMPETENT and KNOWLEDGEABLE private sector provider with ACTUAL railway experience.

*cough* LRMC *cough*
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Line 4 is LRT4, which is the Taytay - Ortigas Line. It is to go from Taytay, Rizal to the Ortigas CBD via Ortigas Avenue / Ortigas Avenue Extension. It is to go all the way to an LRT2 station but the alignment from the Ortigas CBD was either beside the Pasig River up to near Pureza Station (Option 1), through Shaw Blvd up to Pureza Station (Option 2) or Ortigas Avenue to Gilmore Station(Option 3). Option 2 was the best choice, Option 3 was the worse choice and Option 1 was middle ground, according to JICA. Of course, Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya chose Option 3, then didn't do anything so the project was cancelled. A businessman named Zamora is trying to revive it during the Digong Admin.

Line 5 is the Mega Manila Subway Project that will ground break this month.

Line 6 was suppose to be an extension of LRT1's extension end point at Bacoor ending at Dasmarinas, Cavite, but Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya made it into a stand alone line. It has recently been cancelled due to it not making any sense.

Line 8 was a proposed line from Antipolo to Manila via Shaw Blvd but I have no idea what the current iteration is right now.

Line 9 used to be from the original Common Station at SM North Annex, starting at West Avenue to Quezon Avenue and Espana Blvd ending near the LRT2 Station at Recto. But because Joseph Emilio Aguinaldo Abaya moved the Common Station to Trinoma, the line was scrapped. It is now being revived as the "East West Rail" but instead of starting at SM North EDSA, it will start at Quezon Memorial, probably near the MRT7 station and traverse Quezon Avenue - Espana, probably also ending at LRT2 Station at Recto.

thank you!! gustong gusto ko ren na sinasabe mo yung entire name ng paulit-ulit
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I agree why not create that will cover different cities na malaki na din demand or revive other lines na shelved na ni Abaya dati. Like Line 6 yung Bacoor hanggang Dasmariñas. Tayo lang ata ang malaki ang population ng Capital City na kakarampot lang ang railway lines.
I think the subway won't run the length of the C5 road. Parang sa Meralco Ave sya dadaan. Yung Line 10 ata is buong length ng C5 ang tatahakin.
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Old April 27th, 2019, 04:17 AM   #15
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$12-B deals secured from China
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BEIJING — At least 19 trade and investment deals worth US$12.165 billion have been secured by the Philippines during President Duterte’s fourth visit to China.
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Of the new business deals, the biggest is the memorandum of understanding between Tranzen and China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd for US$4 billion construction of the LRT in Manila, housing, and roads in North Luzon.
https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/04/26/12...vf3GFu0mBlceXg
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Old April 27th, 2019, 04:55 AM   #16
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unsolicited ang MRT-10 eh baka LRT-4
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Old April 27th, 2019, 06:31 PM   #17
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The more, the better. I'm sick and tired of hearing about this horrendous traffic specially at EDSA. Massive mass transit is the way to go. Besides, MRT3 can barely cope up with passengers. Long lines of people are daily occurrence at its train stops.
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Old April 27th, 2019, 09:02 PM   #18
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To our gov't:
Please make all the planned railway lines heavy rail type and not an LRT type of trains.

Please make an interchange between railways a "real interchange" comparable to Japan, HK, SG, Thailand, Malaysia, Korea and even Indonesia, not those kinds of interchanges that we see in taft and gateway mall.

Please make a railway as many as you can, parallel, redundant or whatsoever in the whole country. Our population is overwhelmingly much more compared to those developed Asian nations with multiple rail lines.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 01:36 PM   #19
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I saw a comparison once. Paris has 16 or so lines for 8 million residents. We have 4 lines for 11 million.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 04:55 PM   #20
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In Paris intramuros (2 million residents):
-16 subway lines indeed (300 stations)
-4 tram lines


For its metropolitan area (12 million residents, including Paris intramuros):
-5 commuter train lanes ("RER", lanes A to E) that serves the near suburbs and also run across Paris underground.
-8 commuter train lanes for the farther suburbs ("Transilien" lanes H, J, K, L, N, P, R & U) that end in the different longhaul train stations of Paris.


And finaly, the Grand Paris Express project is currently being implemented for a total of 200kms of additional tracks consiting of 4 new lines and the extension 2 existing ones.
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