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Manila International Airport LRT Station

 Manila International Airport 
Manila Light Rail Transit System
Location Roxas Boulevard
Tambo, Parañaque
Owned by Light Rail Transit Authority
Line(s) LRT-1

Manila International Airport LRT Station, also known as MIA LRT Station, is a proposed stop on the Manila LRT (Line 1). It is part of the LRT Line 1 South Extension Project. As the name implies, this station is planned to connect the LRT to Ninoy Aquino International Airport. However, it will not directly connect the LRT to the airport. Manila International Airport LRT Station would be built in Parañaque.

The LRT-1 plan calls for an almost entirely elevated extension of approximately 11.7 km. The extension will have 8 passenger stations, with an option for 2 future stations (Manuyo Uno and Talaba), all intended to be constructed above-ground.[1]

Nearby landmarks

When completed, the station will be the closest station to Entertainment City, an integrated entertainment and gaming complex of PAGCOR in Bay City. It will also be close to Uniwide Coastal Mall, Solaire Resort & Casino, City of Dreams Manila and a terminal for buses and jeepneys bound for Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Parañaque via NAIA Road and Dr. Santos Avenue; and Las Piñas and Cavite province via Manila-Cavite Expressway.

References

  1. ^ Project Update: The LRT Line 1 South Extension Project, Light Rail Transit Authority, retrieved March 25, 2012

See also

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