Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 8

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 8 
Overview
Other name(s)PNR East-West Rail
LocaleManila, Quezon City
Stations11
Daily ridership600,000 (projected)
Technical
Line length9.4 km (5.8 mi)
Route map

Diliman Depot
 
Up arrow San Jose Del Monte
University Avenue
 7 
Quezon Memorial
 7 
Left arrow North Avenue
 
EDSA
 3  9 
Left arrow Quirino Highway - FTI Right arrow
 NAIA Terminal 3 Right arrow
Left arrow North Avenue - Taft Avenue \Right arrow
 
Timog
A. Roces
G. Araneta
Banawe
Welcome Rotonda
Antipolo
 PNR 
Left arrow Gov. Pascual-Valenzuela / Tutuban
  FTI / Alabang / Calamba Right arrow
University of Santo Tomas
 
Up arrow Roosevelt-North Avenue
Lerma
 1  2 
Santolan - Masinag Right arrow
Down arrow Baclaran- Niog

The Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 8, or MRT-8 (formerly designated as MRT-9, now designated to Metro Manila Subway Line 9), also known as PNR East-West Line, is a proposed rapid transit line in the Philippines. It will be a nine-kilometer railway system connecting Sampaloc, Manila and Diliman, Quezon City via, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon Avenue, and España Boulevard. The unsolicited proposal for the project was submitted to the Philippine government by Malaysia-based construction engineering company AlloyMTD group in 2016,[1][2] and is awaiting for approval by the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA). According to MTD Philippines, Inc. President Patrick Nicholas David, the project will cost PHP 60 billion.[3]

Stations[edit]

Line 8 will have 11 stations, all of which are located in Quezon City and Manila.

Name Structure Type Transfers Location
University Avenue Depressed Line 7 Quezon City
Quezon Memorial Line 7
EDSA Line 3
Line 9
Timog Elevated none
A. Roces
G. Araneta
Banawe
Welcome Rotonda
Antipolo Manila
University of Santo Tomas
Lerma Line 1
Line 2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alloy MTD offers to build P60-B Lerma-UP railway". Manila Bulletin Business. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  2. ^ "AlloyMtd to embark on Philippine MRT-9 project next year - Business News | The Star Online". www.thestar.com.my. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  3. ^ "Malaysian firm waits NEDA's nod for P60-B MRT-9 project". ptvnews.ph. Retrieved 2018-07-10.