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The Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT 1)

1:24 PM by Metro Manila Directions · 93 comments







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The Manila Light Rail Transit Line 1 (more known as LRT 1 or Yellow Line ) has been the main mode of transportation of commuters with destinations along Taft and Rizal Avenue, being in existence for around a quarter-century already. Latest statistics from the LRT Authority show that there are 13-14 million passengers every month, with almost 400,000 on a daily average. The LRT 1 originally had 19 stations from Baclaran in Paranaque to Monumento in Caloocan. Recently, the LRT 1 Yellow Line was extended to link to the MRT. Three more stations were added to the LRT 1 Yellow Line to "connect" the Monumento Station to MRT's North Avenue. These stations are: Balintawak, Roosevelt, and SM North; as of this writing, Balintawak is already functional.
This post shall discuss: (1) Fares and Tickets; (2) Schedule (3) Stations (4) Current and Future Plans (5) Trip Guide (6) Safety Guidelines

Fares and Tickets
Fare ranges from 12 pesos to 20 pesos depending on how far you are from your destination.
When the LRT1 started, it was issuing tokens for passengers but shifted to ticket-based system by 2001. There are two types of magnetic card tickets: Single Journey and Stored Value. The former is only for one-time use only while the latter can hold P60 and P100 value that can last for a workweek for short distance commuters (senior citizens can get a P96 stored value ticket).
The rules for fare per station are these (see the list of stations below for reference):
Single Journey Tickets:
1. If you are coming from stations Baclaran, Monumento, and all those stations between them, you will pay 12 pesos for the next 4 stations relative to the origin, 15 pesos from the 5th station onwards, and 20 pesos if you will get down in Balintawak. Example: If you are coming from Baclaran, you will pay 12 pesos if you are going to Vito Cruz, but if you are going to Quirino, you will have to pay 15 pesos; to Balintawak, you will then have to pay 20 pesos.
2. If you are coming from Balintawak, you will pay 15 pesos if your destination lies within Monumento and Bambang; beyond Bambang (Doroteo Jose until Baclaran), you will have to pay 20 pesos.
Stored Value Tickets:
1. If you are coming from stations Baclaran, Monumento, and all those between them, you will pay 12 pesos for the next 4 stations relative from the origin, 13 pesos from the 5th station to the 8th, 14 pesos from 9th to 12th, 15 for the 13th to 16th stations and 20 pesos if you will get down in Balintawak. Example: If you are coming from Baclaran, you will pay 12 pesos if you are going to Vito Cruz, but if you are going to Quirino, you will have to pay 13 pesos, to Carriedo - 14 pesos, to Abad Santos - 15 pesos, to Balintawak, you will then have to pay 20 pesos.
2. If you are coming from Balintawak, you will pay 13 pesos to Monumento and 5th Avenue, 14 pesos to R. Papa and Abad Santos, 15 pesos to Blumentritt, Tayuman, and Bambang, 16 pesos to Doroteo Jose, Carriedo, and Central Terminal, 17 pesos to UN Avenue, Pedro Gil, Quirino Avenue, 18 pesos to Vito Cruz, Gil Puyat, and Libertad, 19 pesos to EDSA and Baclaran.

Schedule 
Weekdays - The LRT service starts at 5am and ends at 11pm. From 5am to 11pm, the LRT has trains arriving within 3-minute intervals. Last train from Baclaran leaves at 930pm, while last train from Monumento leaves at 10pm.
Weekends - The LRT service starts at 5am and ends at 10:30pm only. Last train leaves Baclaran at 9pm, while last train from Monumento leaves at 930pm.

Stations
There are 19 LRT stations in Metro Manila, which spans four (4) cities, from Balintawak in Quezon City to the southern tip in Pasay, which is Baclaran. The list of stations, as well as major landmarks, are as follows:

1. Balintawak (Quezon City) - recently opened last March 22, 2010. Balintawak Market, Caloocan-Quezon City boundary, EDSA-Cloverleaf Interchange, Andres Bonifacio Monument and Parks, A. Bonifacio Drive, NLEX exit, which makes going in and out of Metro Manila from the Northeasy (you can ride a bus going to Balintawak and just take the LRT to get through destinations along the LRT route or go to North Avenue station and hop on the MRT to go to destinations along EDSA) 

2. Monumento (Caloocan City) - originally the northmost station until Balintawak was opened. Monumento Circle (where the Bonifacio Monument can be found), Grace Park, Rizal Avenue corner EDSA, Uniwide, Ever Gotesco, Manila Central University (MCU). This also serves as the end terminal for buses that ply the EDSA route as well as Taft Avenue. NBI Clearance Center is also located in this area (5th floor, Victory Mall), which is a few minutes of walk away from the LRT Station. 
3. 5th Avenue (Caloocan City) - basically found along the C-3 Road (Fifth Avenue), this station is where those going to Taoist Temple, Hernandez Hospital, Jade Towers, andYorklin Chinese School get down. 
4. R. Papa (Manila) - Tondo, Manila Chinese Cemetery, St. Pancratius Parish
5. Abad Santos (Manila) - Tondo, Sampaloc, Manila Chinese Cemetery
6. Blumentritt (Manila) - Sampaloc, San Lazaro Hippodrome (now SM City San Lazaro). This also serves as the connection to Blumentritt PNR Station.
7. Tayuman (Manila) - Sta. Cruz, San Lazaro Hippodrome (now SM City San Lazaro), the closest link to University of Santo Tomas.
8. Bambang (Manila) - Sta. Cruz, Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center, San Lazaro Hospital, and can also be a link to University of Santo Tomas.
9. Doroteo Jose (Manila) - Sta. Cruz, Fabella Memorial Hospital, Isetann Shopping Center, Quiapo, major link to the University Belt. Manila City Jail is also around the area. This also serves as the connection to LRT 2 Purple Line (that starts from Santolan Station in Marikina to Recto Avenue in Manila) through the Recto Station which can be accessed via an elevated walkway bridge.
10. Carriedo (Manila) - Sta Cruz, Pasig River, Quiapo Church, which is home to the Black Nazarene, Escolta, Ongpin, Binondo, Binondo Church, China Town, Manila Mini-Forest Park, Liwasang Bonifacio, closest link to FEATI University, Manila Central Post Office. This also serves as the connection to the Pasig River Ferry Line via the Escolta Station.
11. Central Terminal (Manila) - Ermita, Arroceros, Pasig River, Intramuros, Manila Metropolitan Theater, Manila City Hall, Office of the Ombudsman, National Museum of the Philippines, Department of Labor and Employment, Philippine Veterans Affairs Office, SM City Manila, Mehan Garden. This is also the closest link to the University Belt which includes schools such as Colegio De San Juan de Letran, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM), Mapua Institute of Technology, Lyceum of the Philippines University. This also serves as the connection to the Pasig River Ferry Line via the Lawton Station

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12. United Nations (Manila) - Ermita, Rizal Park, Luneta, Supreme Court of the Philippines, Department of Tourism, Justice, Manila Ocean Park, Quirino Grandstand, Times Square shopping mall, YWCA of Manila, schools such as AdamsonUnivesity, Emilio Aguinaldo College, Manila Science High School, Pearl Manila Hotel, Manila Doctors Hospital, Medical Center Manila.
13. Pedro Gil (Manila) - Ermita, Robinson's Manila/Ermita, Philippine General Hospital, University of the Philippines (UP- Manila), Nakpil Street
14. Quirino Avenue (Manila) - Malate, Manila Zoo, Remedios Circle, Adriatico Street, Paco Park and the Paco PNR station is also nearby
15. Vito Cruz (Manila) - Malate, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines), Harrison Plaza, University Mall, Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, De La Salle University, De La Salle - College of St. Benilde, Arellano University, St. Scholastica's College, jai alai pelota court.



16. Gil Puyat (Pasay) - popularly known as Buendia, Cartimar, Philippine Law School, Pasay City Academy, Manila Adventist Medical Center (also called Manila Sanitarium), EGI Mall. Buendia MRT Station (along EDSA) can be found at the other end of Gil Puyat; Buendia PNR Station (along SLEX/Osmena) is midway the two stations.
17. Libertad (Pasay) - Pure Gold, Libertad Market, Cuneta Astrodome, Department of Foreign Affairs, Holy Trinity Church, St. Mary's Academy, Spring Cinema, Rizal Funeral, Sta. Clara Parish, Pasay City Hall, Philippine School for the Deaf, Aglipayan Church, nearest link to Pasay Road and Ayala Malls via the Ayala-Libertad jeepney route.
18. EDSA (Pasay) - Metropoint Mall, Macapagal Avenue, SM Saver's, Heritage Hotel, Pasay Rotonda, Philtranco Terminal, Saulog and Aladdin Bus Terminal. Nearest link to the SM Mall of Asia, EDSA MRT. This also serves as the link of LRT to the MRT Line (also known as the Blue Line) that starts from EDSA Taft Station in Pasay to North Avenue in Quezon City. They are connected via an elevated walkway bridge.
19. Baclaran (Pasay) - Baclaran Shrine/Church, Our Mother of Perpetual Help, Coastal Mall, Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Terminal 2 Shopping Center, JB Line Bicol Express, South Metroland Terminal. There is also a plan of extending the LRT 1 Yellow Line to Bacoor, Cavite via this terminus station. 

Current Extensions
Balintawak Station just opened last March 22. Aside from this station, there are three more stations that are proposed in the northern tip of LRT 1: Malvar in Caloocan (between Monumento and Balintawak), Roosevelt (also to be called Munoz) and North Avenue (as connection to MRT Blue Line) in Quezon City. These stations are currently being build and are due to be opened to public before end of this year. 

See below a simple map that shows the LRT Yellow Line:

Follow the LRT1 Route around Metro Manila and see the nearest attractions through our interactive map.

Future Projects
There are plans to extend the LRT going south from the Baclaran Station to Bacoor Cavite. The proposed stations will pass by three key cities stretching almost 12 kilometers: Paranaque (Redemptorist, Manila International Airport, Asia World, Ninoy Aquino, Dr. Santos), Las Pinas (Manuyo Uno, unspecified station), Bacoor (Zapote, Talaba, Niog) 

The Trip
All stations are elevated above the road unlike MRT and LRT Line 2 stations which have underground and level stations. The stations have relatively the same setup which makes it easier for commuters to remember the steps in order to ride the MRT. There's the entrance to the station (where inspection happens), ticket booths, the entrance to the platform, and the platform itself. Once you have bought a ticket, next step is to proceed to the platform. The train coach for women is separate from men to prevent harassment. 

Safety Guidelines
When riding in the LRT, one should take note that some things may not be brought inside the platform for security reasons, such as: inflated balloons, large luggages, any open bottles or cans, quantity of fluids such as chemicals, pesticides, andgasolines , as well as pointed objects. Due to the Rizal Day bombings, security was heightened. One cannot ride the LRT under influence of restricted drugs or alcohol or insane as these may cause some harm to the innocent passengers. Inside the platform, make sure to pay attention tosignages and warnings to avoid any commotion or confrontation from the security guards.

As always, be careful with your belongings, particularly valuables such as wallets and jewelry, as this is a public transportation.

During rush hour, the volume of passengers double or triple; this happens between 6 to 9 in the morning and 5 to 8 in the evening. It is advisable, that if time still permits, to be earlier or postpone the trip until after the rush hour. Women also have their own separate train coach to prevent harassment from occurring due to some reported cases and also, injuries due to physical contact during rush hour.

For other information, one can visit the Manila Light Rail Transit website.


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comments

93 Responses to "The Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT 1)"
Anonymous said...
March 28, 2012 at 4:33 AM

please help th american guy on the steps of LRT edsa station...report it to us embassy..


Joanne Figuerres said...
July 17, 2012 at 11:21 PM

I'm from dau pampanga, what is the easiest trip to manila ocean park? I dont really know more about manila. please advice. thanks. :)


Anonymous said...
September 3, 2012 at 12:47 AM

hello, ask ko lang po since hindi po ako sanay sa mga byahe, im here @ guadalupe makati, if want ko pong pumunta ng monumento lrt station, via mrt and lrt lang po .


Metro Manila Directions said...
September 3, 2012 at 5:56 AM

hello, medyo malayong ikot siya, but you can do this: MRT to Taft, then transfer to LRT going to Monumento (from Taft).


Anonymous said...
January 25, 2013 at 1:42 AM

how to get to funeraria paz near la loma cemetery?


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February 6, 2013 at 4:47 AM

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mhamore said...
February 28, 2013 at 1:53 AM

how to come to lyceum manila from LRT CENTRAL TERMINAL? pls reply asap..


Anonymous said...
March 8, 2013 at 3:40 AM

may roosevelt station narin nakalagay sa ticket nung sumakay ako


Anonymous said...
March 9, 2013 at 1:11 AM

how to get to lrt north avenue station directly when you came from qc


Anonymous said...
April 24, 2013 at 3:04 AM

try nyo po by searching MRTor LRT stations routes
sa google meron po dun mga pictures and map na rin
pra po sa mga di msyado kbisado ung mga byahe
hope this helps...


Anonymous said...
April 27, 2013 at 7:24 PM

It's help a lot to those balikbaya. Na matagal ng Di nakakalibot around Manila. Keep up the good work, and MABUHAY PILIPINAS :-)


Anonymous said...
April 28, 2013 at 12:28 PM

Sr&mam? kung pupunta po ng philippine airlines learning center sa may ermita san po ba malapit bumababa? Mamaya na po ako aalis?


Remiel Crespo said...
June 25, 2013 at 3:07 AM

GAWAN NYO NG PARAAN!MXADONG SIKSIKAN! :D


Anonymous said...
July 14, 2013 at 6:19 PM

Gud am po.ask ko lang po f baba ako pedro gil san po daan papunta robinsons ermita? Tnx po


terayskie Brains said...
August 8, 2013 at 5:10 AM

how to get to shangrila makati if I come from recto lrt station


terayskie Brains said...
August 8, 2013 at 5:19 AM

dali lang sa taft ka baba sa may padre paura, lapit lang robinson dyan.


Anonymous said...
September 27, 2013 at 5:17 AM

wala ba'ng cctv ang mga stations ninyo? o hindi lahat meron?


pablo dalisay said...
September 29, 2013 at 4:31 AM

nakabukod din dapat ang bakla;the train coach for homosexual should be different from real men


soledad asotes said...
October 15, 2013 at 11:59 PM

paano po pumunta sa malate?


Anonymous said...
October 21, 2013 at 2:09 AM

What the nearest station from quezon city.. Thank you..


Anonymous said...
November 12, 2013 at 9:28 PM

mrt north station or lrt munoz will do


Anonymous said...
January 18, 2014 at 7:08 PM

how to get to PNTC Manila from LRT taft station


Anonymous said...
January 31, 2014 at 2:42 PM

Comment:
terayskie Brains said...
August 8, 2013 at 5:10 AM
"how to get to shangrila makati if I come from recto lrt station"

Reply:
Take LRT 2 Recto Station and drop in LRT 2 Araneta Center-Cubao Station. From there, walk to several malls up to MRT Araneta Center Cubao Station, Take MRT 3 Araneta Center Cubao Station and drop in MRT 3 Shaw Boulevard Station. After that, walk up to Shangri-La Plaza :)


Anonymous said...
January 31, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Comment:
Anonymous said...
September 3, 2012 at 12:47 AM
hello, ask ko lang po since hindi po ako sanay sa mga byahe, im here @ guadalupe makati, if want ko pong pumunta ng monumento lrt station, via mrt and lrt lang po .

Reply:
Take MRT 3 - Guadalupe Station and drop in MRT 3 - Taft Avenue Station. From exit, walk to LRT 1 - EDSA station via connecting footbridge. Take LRT 1 - EDSA Station and drop in LRT 1 - Monumento Station. From there, walk to your nearest destination or take jeepney or any transportation if you are far from Monumento


Anonymous said...
January 31, 2014 at 8:18 PM

good day ! ask ko lng po kung san bababa sa s lrt pg ppnta k ng star city thankyou


Anonymous said...
February 17, 2014 at 1:26 AM

gud day po,san po bang mas malapit na lrt station ang remedios street malate quirino po ba o vito cruz?


Anonymous said...
April 14, 2014 at 7:20 AM

Gud pm po..pag nasa Pampanga ka.ano sasakyan mo papuntang Quezon avenue?


Anonymous said...
May 16, 2014 at 12:52 AM

gud piyem. aks ko lang po kung may recto station sa lrt1


Anonymous said...
May 16, 2014 at 1:07 AM


May 16, 2014 at 12:52 AM
gud piyem. aks ko lang po kung may recto station sa lrt1

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Anonymous said...
July 1, 2014 at 2:49 AM

im from marikina what is the easy way ng lrt marikina to baclaran church


Sirk Oruas said...
August 14, 2014 at 5:51 AM

Good Day! Open na po ba ang Roosevelt station & from here, ano dapat sakyan papuntang Veterans Memorial Medical Center? Salamat po.


Anonymous said...
August 20, 2014 at 9:54 PM

Pano po kung sa recto po destination ko task sa Taft station po ako sumakay pwede po ba Yun? Kasi po LRT 1 to LRT 2 po.


Anonymous said...
September 10, 2014 at 7:07 PM

pag baba po ba sa baclaran station? ganu kalayo po ang baclaran church? thanks at may sakayan po ba dun sa baclaran church ng pamuntang sucat??


Anonymous said...
December 1, 2014 at 6:44 AM

Bukas na ba ang north avenue station for lrt1?


Anonymous said...
February 6, 2015 at 7:27 PM

Connected na ba ang lrt1 sa mrt3? Open na ba ang station from roosevelt to sm north?


Anonymous said...
April 11, 2015 at 3:32 AM

^ hindi pa connected ang LRT1 at MRT3 kaso may kaso pa sa korte, nag-aagawan pa ang 2 KUPAL ang SM at Trinoma kung saan dapat ilalagay yung interchange. roll a dice na lang para kung kanino mapupunta lalo nyo pinapatagal gawin yan panahon pa ni Gloria hanggang ngayon wala pa din nangyayari,


Anonymous said...
April 12, 2015 at 7:56 AM

Anong station po kaya ang malapit na bababaan kapag pupunta ng Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center from LRT Baclaran station? Please reply. Asap for important matter.


Anonymous said...
May 14, 2015 at 8:36 PM

To whom it may concern,

1st i would like to thank you for this opportunity to be able to share and suggest that if possible to allow us pet lovers can have our harmless loving pets a ride with us in LRT's specially if they are tamed and have a safe carry bags or carrier with us that will not harm or disturb others.

This way, we are giving out pets a fare treatment to experience a comfortable transportation just like us as we are all created and have rights to be treated well regardless what we are.

That's all for now and hoping for your kind consideration.


Anonymous said...
May 16, 2015 at 11:37 PM

Hello!We need a advice for transportation NAIA Tervinal 1-Paco Park area.We are 6 persons and taxi is not for us(2 cars not good).
I'llwant to go from terminal 1 to Baclaran LRT1 snation(how?)and drop off at UN avenue.
Anather way-Terminal 1-Tamboo MetroBus station(what is it?)and dropp off at Padre Fauer busstop.
Which the way is beter?


Anonymous said...
June 10, 2015 at 1:59 AM

Paano po pumunta sa Bureau of Labor and Employment Statistics (BLES), Intramuros, Manila from Araneta Center? Salamat po.


Michael said...
June 26, 2015 at 1:49 AM

Na miss ko tuloy tumira sa maynila. Lalo na yung siksikan sa LRT1. haha.


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how to get to sampaloc, manila if I come from dau pampanga?


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wat station po malapt san andres manila?


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wat station po malapt san andres manila?


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Anonymous said...
March 1, 2016 at 4:35 AM

good evening, ask ko lang, magkano ang fare from baclaran station to 5th avenue? is there some kind of ticket vending machine or teller na pipilahan? first time ko kasi sasakay ng lrt, i have no idea (peace) laking probinsya kasi eh, thank you


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