Philippines DOTR indicators contract for brand new NSCR practice vehicles


The Philippines Division of Transport (DOTR) has signed a contract for 304 extra practice vehicles for the North–South Commuter Railway (NSCR) system.

DOTR together with the Philippine Nationwide Railway (PNR) has unveiled the primary eight-car practice set designed for the 38 km lengthy PNR Clark Section 1 undertaking that can join Tutuban in Manila to Malolos in Bulacan.

In July 2019, Japan Transport Engineering Firm (J-TREC) and Sumitomo gained a contract to ship 104 NSCR practice vehicles or 13 eight-car practice units for the 147km-long undertaking.

The eight-car practice set was manufactured within the Japanese metropolis of Yokohama.

The NSCR’s practice set was designed to function at as much as 120 km/h, lowering the journey time from Clark Worldwide Airport in Pampanga to Calamba in Laguna from 4 hours to lower than two hours.

In a press release, DoTR stated: “The 38 km PNR Clark 1 and 53 km PNR Clark 2 sections are below full-blast development on the finish of the 147 km NSCR system.”

The NSCR system consists of 35 stations masking 28 Native Authorities Models (LGUs) from Mabalakat in Pampanga to Kalamba in Laguna.

PNR Clark Section 2 is a 53 km rail line designed to attach Malolos Metropolis in Bulakan with Clark in Pampanga.

DoTR stated the undertaking is estimated to generate 50,000 direct and 110,000 oblique jobs throughout development, in addition to a further 8,000 jobs as soon as the railway line is totally operational.

In August 2020, DOTr signed two civil works contracts value roughly PHP38bn ($728m) for the Malolos-Clark railway undertaking.

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