In the bustling city of Taguig, two proposed stations under the NSCR promise to become crucial transportation hubs, facilitating seamless travel for thousands of residents and commuters alike.

The North–South Commuter Railway (NSCR), also known as the Clark–Calamba Railway, is a transformative urban rail transit system currently under construction in LuzonPhilippines. Spanning 147 kilometers (91 miles) and featuring 36 stations and four services, the NSCR aims to enhance connectivity within the Greater Manila Area while integrating seamlessly with the broader regional railway network.

Both the Senate Station and FTI Station are integral components of the NSCR, embodying the project's commitment to improving mobility, connectivity, and accessibility across the Greater Manila Area. As the NSCR continues to take shape, these proposed stations in Taguig are poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of transportation in the region, offering commuters a reliable and efficient means of travel for years to come.

Senate Station

Located within the vibrant district of Taguig, the Senate Station serves as a vital link between the NSCR and the political and administrative heart of the Philippines.

Situated near the Senate of the Philippines, this station provides convenient access to government offices, commercial establishments, and residential areas in the vicinity. With its strategic location, the Senate Station is poised to become a key transportation hub, catering to the diverse needs of commuters and travelers within Taguig City.

FTI Station

Adjacent to the Food Terminal Incorporated (FTI) Complex, the FTI Station serves as a pivotal interchange point within the NSCR network. This station offers seamless connectivity to various modes of transportation, including buses, jeepneys, and taxis, facilitating efficient transfers for commuters traveling to and from Taguig and neighboring areas

Additionally, the FTI Station provides easy access to the bustling markets and commercial centers within the FTI Complex, further enhancing its significance as a transportation hub in Taguig.

Despite its scale, the NSCR project is progressing rapidly, with the entire system expected to be completed by 2028. Once operational, the NSCR will supersede the existing PNR Metro Commuter Line, offering commuters an enhanced travel experience characterized by speed, reliability, and accessibility.


IMPORTANT NOTE: ang Taguigeño blog ay hindi konektado sa anumang account ng Taguig City government. Ito ay nabuo upang maghatid ng napapanahong balita at impormasyon para sa lahat ng Taguigeño.

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