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WATCH & GET EXCITED! The Metro Rail Transit Line MRT-7 Progress - Drone Video Taken 4 January 2021 | MRT 7 Update

WATCH: GET EXCITED with the progress of the highly anticipated METRO RAIL TRANSIT LINE-7 (MRT-7)! As of December 2020, the mass rail transit has already reached 59.72% completion rate. The 22-km. rail line, which stretches across North Avenue in Quezon City to San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan, with 14 stations, will trim down travel time to only 35 MINUTES, from the current two (2) to three (3) hours. Once operational, the rail line is expected to serve 300,000 to 850,000 passengers daily, with sufficient room for capacity augmentation to accommodate the potential increase of the rail transit's ridership in the future.

Catch a glimpse of the MRT-7’s progress, through this drone video taken last 04 January 2021.


[Video Courtesy: San Miguel Corporation]

Shared By: Department of Transportation - Philippines

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The Metro Rail Transit Line 7, also known as MRT Line 7 or MRT-7, is a rapid transit line under construction in the Philippines. When completed, the line will be 22.8 kilometers (14.2 mi) long, with 14 stations. The line runs in a northeast–southwest direction, beginning at San Jose del Monte, Bulacan up to the North Avenue Grand Central Station in North Avenue, Quezon City. The line will traverse Quezon City and Caloocan in Metro Manila and is envisioned to spur business and commerce at its inter-modal terminal station in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan. According to the latest update, the project is 60% complete as of July 14, 2020, with partial operations set to begin in 2021.

The MRT-7 project will cost an estimated ₱62.7 billion (US$1.54 billion), with additional plans are laid for capacity expansion in order to accommodate the possible increase in passenger ridership in the future.

Manila Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 7

Manila Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 7 in the Philippines is a 22.8km-long elevated rapid transit line under construction.

Click for detailed information: THE MRT 7 PROJECT

The MRT7 project, classified as a national infrastructure project, had been hobbled with delays for the past 17 years.  SMC took over in 2016 and broke ground for the railway at the Quezon Memorial Circle. 

San Miguel Holdings Corp. owns a 51-percent controlling stake in ULC. The conglomerate has tapped the South Korean consortium of Hyundai Rotem Co. and EEI Corp. for the engineering, procurement and construction requirements of the train line. The deal is the largest the South Korean company has ever made in the Philippines.


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