LRT Manila Office | LRT Manila Office | Light Rail Manila Corporation

The LRMC is a joint venture company of the MPLRC,, AC Infra, and the MIHPL dedicated to developing, operating, and maintaining the country's light rail transit lines.

The Light Rail Manila transit is a joint project of the private sector and the LRMC.

If you ever find yourself on one of the Philippines' LRT lines, don't forget that it was made possible with the LRMC.

LRT1 takes you to Caloocan to Baclaran and 15 other stations with just one easy ticket.

Zip around with metro, fast and easy with LRMC's light rail transit in Manila!

If you have any concerns about the running operations of the LRT, please head on over to their LRT Makati office.
Zip around the metro fast and easy with rail lines built for the commuting public by the Light Rail Manila Corporation!

LRT 1

Light Rail Manila ONE will be comprised of the 20.7-kilometer Existing System (known as LRT 1) and the 11.7-kilometer Cavite Extension.

The Existing System is currently operated, maintained and upgraded by Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), a joint venture company of Metro Pacific Investments Corporation’s Metro Pacific Light Rail Corporation (MPLRC), Ayala Corporation’s AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation (AC Infra), and the Philippine Investment Alliance for Infrastructure’s Macquarie Infrastructure Holdings (Philippines) PTE Ltd. (MIHPL).

Construction of the original 15 kilometers of the Existing System commenced in 1981 with partial commercial operations from December 1984. Full commercial operation at the original 18 Passenger Stations, from Baclaran to Monumento was introduced in May 1985.

A further 5.7 kilometers and two additional Passenger Stations were added to the Existing System at the northern end with full operation between Baclaran and Roosevelt Station commencing on 22 October 2010 (the “North Line Extension” or NLE).

The Cavite Extension, totaling 11.7 kilometers in length, shall consist of elevated guideways throughout the majority of the alignment. The only at grade guideway section shall be located at Zapote, consisting of the Satellite Depot and New Station.

The Cavite Extension shall connect into the Existing System immediately south of the Existing Station at Baclaran and run in a generally southerly direction to Niyog in Cavite City.

The horizontal alignment shall be designed for a design speed of 80km/h for the mainline track; 60km/h through Stations; and 30km/h for secondary and Depot tracks. The commercial speed of the Cavite Extension shall be 60km/h.

The Cavite Extension shall be designed and constructed to interface seamlessly with the Existing System.

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