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|Pangasiwaan ng Magaan na Riles Panlulan|
|Government-owned and Controlled Corporation|
|Founded||Philippines (12 July 1980)|
|Headquarters||LRTA Compound, LRT2 Santolan Depot, Pasig City, Philippines|
|Gen. Reynaldo I. Berroya (Ret.), Administrator
Dr. Paul Y. Chua, Deputy Administrator for Administrative, Finance and Automated Fare Collection SystemEngr. Felix Gerard L. Leyson, Deputy Administrator for Operations & Engineering
|Revenue||Php 2,371,107,887 (2016)|
|Total assets||Php 69,428,413,446 (2016)|
|Owner||Government of the Republic of the Philippines|
Number of employees
|897 of which 316 are permanent/regular employees, 424 contractual personnel and 157 contract of services employees (2016)|
The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) is a public transport operator that is responsible for the construction, operation, maintenance and/or lease of Manila Light Rail Transit System in the Philippines. Founded by Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos on July 12, 1980. It is organized as a government-owned and controlled corporation under the Department of Transportation (DOTr) as an attached agency.
|Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 1||Manila Mass Rapid Transit System Line 2||Manila Light Rail||Manila Light|
|Ownership||Light Rail Transit Authority||Light Rail Transit Authority||TBA||TBA|
|Operations & Maintenance||Light Rail Manila Corporation
(thru PPP Scheme)
|Light Rail Transit Authority||TBA||TBA|
The Board of Directors is composed of eight (8) ex-officio cabinet members namely the Secretary of the DOTr as Chairman, the respective Secretaries of the DPWH, DBM, DOF and NEDA, the Chairman of the MMDA and the LTFRB and the Administrator of the LRTA and one (1) representative from the private sector.
The Board is tasked to issue, prescribe, and adopt policies, programs, plans, standards, guidelines, procedures, rules,and regulations for implementation, enforcement, and application by the LRTA Management. The Board also convenes to resolve operations-related issues and concerns and other matters requiring immediate attention and resolution.
During the presidency of Pres. Benigno Aquino III, the Department of Transportation and Light Rail Transit Authority signed a 32- year concession agreement with Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), a private consortium composed of AC Infra, Metro Pacific Light Rail Corporation and Macquarie Group for the LRT1 Operations & Maintenance, construction of the Cavite Extension and Capacity Expansion.
Under the concession agreement, LRMC is responsible for the Operations & Maintenance of LRT1 and construction of the Cavite Extension while LRTA is responsible for procuring 120 new Light Rail Vehicles for the Capacity Expansion and acquisition of the Right-of-way for the Cavite Extension. As of August 2018, the LRTA already acquired 93.09% equivalent to 202 lots of the required 217 lots of private and public lots.
The LRT-2 East Extension Project is a 4-km extension project from the present Santolan Terminal in Marikina City up to Masinag in Antipolo, Rizal which will add (2) additional stations from the present 11 stations: the Emerald & Masinag Stations. The Department of Transportation and Light Rail Transit Authority awarded the Package 1 (Construction of Viaduct) and Package 2 (Construction of the two stations) to D.M.C.I. Consunji, Inc.. Actual construction is ongoing as of January 2017 and expected to be operational by June 2018.
In January 2017, LRTA Administrator Gen. Reynaldo I. Berroya (Ret.) announced the plan to establish a railway school in the country to improve the technical skills of LRTA employees and serve as a training ground for them. As of August 2017, the LRTA is procuring Rolling Stock Simulators for the project.
The project involves construction of passenger walkway to and from the LRT2 Araneta Center-Cubao Terminal and MRT3 Cubao Station to provide convenient transfer between the two railway systems.