Articles about Pnr

This was part of a four-day inspection round-trip between Manila and Bicol
Things are looking up for Filipino commuters as the Philippine National Railways (PNR) continues to extend its services farther down south of the metro.You may recall that the PNR began conducting test runs and clearing operations last week in preparation for
Sometimes common sense isn’t so common
It should go without saying that drivers should always take care when crossing train tracks. Always stop, look, and listen when you're confronted with a rail line. Common sense right? Sadly, as they say, common sense isn't so common.Since
A bridge between Malabon and Valenzuela might soon be in the works
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) held its Weekly Economic Briefing at Malacañang earlier today to discuss status updates regarding ongoing infrastructure projects, particularly those under the jurisdiction of the Philippine National Railways (PNR).PNR general manager Junn Magno said during the
You need to get a ‘Student Pass’ first
In case you missed it, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that students will be allowed to ride select train lines for free from Monday to Friday (except holidays), and during select hours of the day.This student freebie begins on
Exciting times ahead
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that students can now ride several major rail lines absolutely free of charge.According to agency secretary Arthur Tugade, students can now ride the MRT-3, LRT-2 and PNR for free, Mondays to Fridays (
This phase will connect Tutuban, Manila, to Malolos, Bulacan
Earlier this year, the Philippine government inked a partnership with Japan to develop the North-South Commuter Railway (NSCR) project. The proposed railway aims to connect Philippine National Railways (PNR) lines from Clark, Pampanga, all the way to Calamba, Laguna.Yesterday, the
This one will run from Alabang to Biñan
Mass public transport in the Philippines is no joke. If you think getting around the metro via bus, jeepney, taxi, or train is such a chore already, it gets even harder when you're traveling to and from the province.Recently, the
It's coming soon
If you're a motorsports fan, then chances are that you've paid a visit to the Clark International Speedway at least once or twice, whether as a spectator or for a run on the asphalt. The racetrack is a
Happening after Holy Week
With the Department of Public Works and Highways implementing the next stage of the Magallanes Interchange's repair after Holy Week, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has appealed to the Department of Transportation and Communications that a portion of the Philippine
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