PNR resumes normal operation
PNR resumes normal operation
PNR resumes normal operation
by Ellicia Del Mundo21 April 2023
Photo courtesy: RH Noche Cacas

The Philippine National Railways (PNR) resumed its normal operations on Friday, April 21 after one of its derailed train was successfully rerailed or put back on the rails along Don Bosco in Makati.

In an advisory, PNR said the following trips are now open starting at 12 pm:

  • Tutuban to Alabang and vice versa

  • Tutuban to Calamba

  • Tutuban San Pedro

  • Tutuban to Governor Pascual and vice versa

  • Governor Pascual to Bicutan and vice versa

  • Bicutan to Tutuban

  • Lucena to San Pablo

  • Naga to Sipocot and vice versa

For the full schedule, see the picture below:

According to the railway management, the team, composed of personnel from PNR, Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 3 (MRT-3), and Light Rail Transit System Line 2 (LRT-2), along with other personnel from the private sector, successfully rerailed the derailed train at about 8:20 pm on Thursday.

The locomotive train was able to get off the southbound tracks at about 11:21 pm.

Last April 18, the PNR train was derailed along Don Bosco in Makati City at 11:20 am while it was on its way to Alabang.

The 400 passengers were able to get off the train safely.

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