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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

SM City Marilao joins DOTr’s marking of the first PNR station in Bulacan


Tuloy na tuloy na ang  106 kilometer (km) Manila- Clark Railway Project sa ilalim ng "Build! Build! Build" Program ni Pangulong Rodrigo "Digong" Duterte.  Ang pagmamarka ng unang station ay ginawa sa SM City Marilao - PNR North Marilao station.  Anu nga ba ang mapapala natin sa project na ito?

Faster transportation to the north


Inaasahang nasa 350,000 commuters ang makikinabang sa bagong proyekto na ito ng pamahalaan sa unang taon pa lamang.  Kung regular kang sasakay ng bus going to Clark, Pampanga it would probably take you more than 3 hours to get there.  Sa pamamagitan ng project na ito ay aabot na lang sa isang oras ang byahe mo.

“For the first time, a rail project will connect Manila to Central Luzon” said Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade. He also added that DOTr hopes to finish the term of President Duterte with at least 1,000 kilometers of railway system all over the country. 

Paraan din ito para ma decongest ang Metro Manila.  Isipin ko na lang kung malapit ka sa isang istasyon posible na rin na magtrabaho ka sa Manila o maging sa mga lugar na malapit dito.

“This project will ease traffic congestion and help thousands of commuters coming from Bulacan and Pampanga to travel daily to their workplaces or schools in Manila” shares Philippine National Railways (PNR) General Manager Junn Magno. 

Details of the  Manila- Clark Railway Project


Ayon sa DoT ang rail line na ito ay magkakaroon ng 13 train sets na may 8 cars or couches per train set.  Aabot sa bilis na 120 km per hour ang bilis ng bawat tren at dadaan sa 17 stations mula Tutuban papuntang Marilao at Malolos hanggang sa Clark International Airport at magtatapos sa bagong proposed na New Clark City sa Pampanga.

The entire rail line will have 13 train sets with eight cars or coaches per train set. Each train can reach a maximum speed of 120 km per hour. The rail line will also have a total of 17 stations that will run from Tutuban passing through Marilao and Malolos and all the way to the Clark International Airport and the proposed New Clark City in Pampanga. 

Apart from significantly reducing the 2-3 hours travel time from Manila to Clark to just 55 minutes, the rail project is seen to decongest Metro Manila and spur development in the peripheries of Metro Manila. 

Kudos to SM City Marilao and Philippine Government


Kahanga-hanga ang proyektong ito na matagal ng binabalak pero si Pangulong Duterte lang pala ang makakapagsimula at sana ay matapos nga ito.  Isa lamang ito sa 61 na infrastructure projects under the ‘Build Build Build’ infrastructure program of the Duterte administration.

Magsisimula na ang pagbuo ng railway station na ito sa last quarter ng 2017 at matatapos sa 2012, isang taon bago matapos ang termino ni Pangulong Duterte.  Tinatayang nasa P225 billion ang halaga ng proyekto na popondohan naman ng Official Development Assistance (ODA) from Japan. 

1.     PARTNERS FOR CHANGE. DOTr marks its first of five stations of the PNR North Railway Project at SM City Marilao. The station marking event was grace by (middle) Japan’s Ambassador Kazuhide Ishikawa, Department of Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade, Department of Budget and Management Benjamin Diokno, PNR General Manager Junn Magno (6th from right) and PNR Director General Roberto Lastimoso (5th from right). Japan International Cooperation Agency Chief Representative Susumo Ito (7th from left) also attended the event along with Bulacan officials headed by Bulacan Governor Wilhelmino Sy- Alvarado. Other local officials include 4th District Representative Congresswoman Linabelle Ruth Villarica, 2nd District Representative Gavini “Apol” Pancho, Marilao Mayor Juanito Santiago, Marilao Vice Mayor Henry Lutao and Marilao councilors. SM Supermalls President Annie S. Garcia (5th from right) and SM Vice President for Operations Bien C. Mateo (4th from right) were likewise present at the station marking event. Five of the 17 stations were marked in a ceremony today that include Meycauayan in Bulacan as well as Valenzuela, Caloocan, and Tutuban in Manila. 

Five of the 17 stations were marked in a ceremony today that include Meycauayan in Bulacan as well as Valenzuela, Caloocan, and Tutuban in Manila. 

Here is a photo of some of the other upcoming projects under "Build1 Build! Build!"




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