Articles about Lrt 2

All rides will be free of charge
Well, this is it. After releasing a teaser last week, Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) has announced that pets are now allowed on the LRT-2.Not all pets, of course. According to the official announcement, only small dogs and cats will
There’s a viral Facebook post that suggests so
Heads up!
Planning to take the train on December 24 or 31? Plan accordingly, because both the LRT-1 and LRT-2 have adjusted their operating hours on those dates.The LRT-1 has announced that it will begin operations at 4:30am on
Refrain from buying from these unauthorized resellers, commuters
There's been a shortage of Beep cards for a while now. If you ride any of Metro Manila's trains regularly, then that's not news to you.What may come as a surprise to some of you, though, is that
For those staying in the city
The next couple of days will be kind of hectic-at least for motorists who plan on taking part in this year's Undas transport rush. For those staying inside Metro Manila? Not as much, probably.Still, there are some changes you'
Will the traffic from construction works be worth it?
Expressways and flyovers? That's cute. Anyone familiar with Metro Manila's traffic mess will tell you that an improved public transportation system is likely the key to solving the problem-which is why we're paying very close attention to the
For when face-to-face classes finally return
The return of face-to-face (F2F) classes is right around the corner. As such, students are starting to move in (or back) to Metro Manila as they prepare to go back to school.We're sure a huge percentage of these
The rail line was marred with problems and had to limit operations yesterday
Good news, commuters: The LRT-2 has officially resumed full operations today.The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) limited the LRT-2 line to provisionary service yesterday due to a broken catenary wire between the Legarda and Pureza eastbound stations. At some
But why?
Earlier this month, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) bared plans that the MRT-3 and PNR would be part of the agency's Libreng Sakay for Students Program starting August 2022. It appears this initiative has been put on ice for now.
Until December 2022 for the EDSA Carousel program
Students will finally have face-to-face classes once again next month. And as students start going back to school, they will be entitled to free bus and train rides for the first quarter of this new school year.The Department of
A little extra breathing room for commuters
Are you having trouble flagging-down buses or jeepneys? It might have something to do with the country's rocketing fuel prices. Metro Manila's rail lines, though, might make for viable alternatives if you ever find yourself in a tight sport
Remember to board only the last car of the each train set
More and more people are starting to use alternative mobility devices such as folding bicycles and electric kick scooters as last-mile solutions. There are a lot of possible uses in Metro Manila, after all.Some motorists keep these two-wheelers in
The rail line will be non-operational from April 13 to 17
It's not just the MRT-3 line that will be suspending operations this coming Holy Week-the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) has also announced that the LRT-2 will be temporarily decommissioned next week.According to the LRTA's latest
To help frontliners communicate with speech- and hearing-impaired passengers
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has begun a new initiative that will make commuting a bit easier for passengers with speech and hearing impairments.The agency has now shared that selected frontliners from the MRT-3 and LRT-2 lines and the
The agency is advising the public to stay tuned for updates throughout March
Just about year ago, the Common Station was at 48.48% completion. Now, if the latest updates from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) are anything to go by, it appears the project is really starting to take shape.According to the agency'
Take note, commuters
It's official: Metro Manila will be placed under Alert Level 1 starting Tuesday, March 1. One of the biggest changes with the new restrictions is regarding public transportation.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) confirmed that all public utility vehicles (PUVs)
In case you haven’t received your shots already
Still haven't managed to get your COVID-19 vaccine? Here's another chance to finally get your shots over with.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that it will be holding vaccination drives at the LRT-2's Antipolo and
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