Philippine National Railways will have eight trips from Governor Pascual station in Malabon to FTI station in Taguig and vice versa daily. There will also be four trips from Tutuban in Manila to Governor Pascual.
Department of Transportation, Released
PNR extends service to Malabon
(philstar.com) - December 4, 2018 - 11:05am

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Transportation and the state-run Philippine National Railways began operating a train service that would ferry commuters from Malabon City.

Transport officials on Monday launched the Malabon City-Taguig City route with the opening of the PNR Governor Pascual station.

PNR will have eight trips from Governor Pascual station in Malabon to FTI station in Taguig and vice versa daily. There will also be four daily trips from Tutuban in Manila to Governor Pascual.

The travel time in the new Malabon-Taguig is expected to span 58 minutes, DOTr said. 

The fare for an air-conditioned coach would cost P25. Passengers would have to pay P20 for a non-air-conditioned coach. 

Transport Secretary Arthur Tugade said the service aims to ease the burden of workers from the cities of Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas and Valenzuela.

The new route is part of the Metro North Commuter service. — Gaea Katreena Cabico

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RAILWAYS
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