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Emerald LRT station

Manila Light Rail Transit System
LocationSan Isidro, Cainta, Rizal
Owned byDepartment of Transportation
Light Rail Transit Authority
Line(s)Line 2
Structure typeOverpass
Other information
StatusUnder Construction

Emerald station is an under construction station on the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 in the Philippines. It is part of the Line 2 East Extension. This station would be the first Line 2 station to be located outside of Metro Manila.

The Line 2 East Extension is an elevated 2-station, 4.14-kilometer extension eastward from Santolan. The station would be located near at the intersection of the Marikina–Infanta Highway, Mayor Gil Fernando Ave., and Felix (Imelda) Ave., which are close to Emerald Drive.[1]

The station would be the first for trains headed east from Santolan and the eleventh for trains headed from Recto.


Construction of the extension began in September 2015 and is expected to be completed by third quarter of 2017.[2]

Nearby landmarks

When completed, the station will link directly to Robinsons Metro East, Sta. Lucia East Grandmall and residential area of Barangay San Isidro in Cainta, Rizal and Barangay San Roque in Marikina.

Transportation links

There is a jeepney terminal in Robinsons Metro East and Sta. Lucia East Grandmall for those who are going to Marikina, Quezon City (Commonwealth Market), Cainta and different parts of Rizal.

Station layout

Side platform, doors will open on the right
Platform A Line 2 towards (future service) Masinag
Platform B Line 2 towards (future service) Recto
Side platform, doors will open on the right
L2 Concourse Faregates, Ticket Booths, Station Control, Shops, bridge to Sta. Lucia Business Center (under construction)
GL Street Level Sta. Lucia East Mall
Robinsons Metro East

See also


  1. ^ Project Update: The Line 2 Extension (East/West) Project Archived 2012-03-10 at the Wayback Machine, Light Rail Transit Authority, retrieved March 23, 2012
  2. ^ "Construction of Line 2 Masinag extension begins". Philippine Star. Retrieved 8 July 2015.[permanent dead link]