April 24, 2012

End of the line

north end of the Manila Metro Rail Transit (MRT)
The Manila Metro Rail Transit System, better known locally as the MRT, stretches for most of the length of Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA), one of Metro Manila's longest, largest and most important thoroughfares. Its last northern stop is, appropriately enough, near North Avenue beside TriNoma mall in Quezon City. There were plans of extending the line to Caloocan City and the track actually extends beyond North Avenue, but it still isn't open to the public and I have not heard any news that it will open anytime soon. Right now, the extra track seems to be a parking and holding area for the trains.


Olivier said...

"Word of hope" c'est un restaurant / bar ?

Lowell said...

You are so fortunate to have such a rail transit system. Nothing like that in Ocala.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

There is Word of Hope at the end of the line.

When I went to Russia in 1968 as a high school student, I liked to ride the Moscow subway to the end of the line, go outside, then work my way back to the center of the city by taking street cars and buses, just to see what the everyday life was like.

Hilda said...

Olivier, it is a Christian church.

Dave, you got it! :)