PNR Reopens San Pablo-Lucena Line with P50 fare

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte leads the formal opening of the Philippine National Railways (PNR) Lucena-San Pablo Commuter Line in San Pablo City, Laguna on June 25, 2022.

The President, accompanied by officials from the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and PNR, inspects the pre-positioned train and proceeds to the ceremonial ringing of bells, signaling the resumption of operations of the PNR Lucena-San Pablo Commuter Line.


“Few days left before the Duterte Administration's term comes to an end, our enthusiasm and commitment to give a more convenient and comfortable life to every Filipino remain firm,” the statement further said.

“Indeed, this is the legacy that the Duterte administration and the DOTr, under the leadership of Secretary Art Tugade, will leave behind,” it added. —/mbmf

The 44-kilometer inter-provincial commuter railway connects Lucena City in Quezon Province to San Pablo City in Laguna with a travel time of one hour and 30 minutes.

The San Pablo-Lucena route will have a fare of P50 per head, per ride. You can see the complete list of schedules and fare matrix here.

The San Pablo-Lucena line will have two main stations and four flag stops and will be serving four municipalities and one city in the provinces of Laguna and Quezon, it said.

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