LRTA launched Roosevelt LRT station at Quezon City

By on Oct 22, 2010 in Announcement, Events, World Comments

The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) launched new LRT station in Quezon City, and will be open to public on Friday, as published at Inquirer a few hours ago.

The Roosevelt LRT station, which was said to be fully operational by 12 noon today, October 22, will support more than 3,000 LRT commuters, the report said.

Its grand opening was witnessed by Transport Rails Undersecretary Glicerio Sicat, Public Information Undersecretary Dante Velasco, Deputy Administrator and Engineer Emerson Benitez, as well as LRTA Administrator Rafael Rodriguez.

This latest LRT station will run through Munoz, Projects 6 and 8, and will connect the LRT trains to the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) trains that cross EDSA, while Baclaran to Roosevelt fare will be P20, with a travel time of less than one hour, the Inquirer added.

Meanwhile, LRTA Administrator Rafael Rodriguez told local news that two additional trains would be available to service the passengers of the new station, which will be equipped with escalators, elevators, closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras, and other amenities.



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