Manila LRT Yellow Line - Stations

Stations

  • North Avenue - Quezon City (interchange with Line 3 at North Avenue)
  • Roosevelt - Quezon City
  • Balintawak - Quezon City
  • Malvar - Caloocan City
  • Monumento - Caloocan City
  • 5th Avenue - Caloocan City
  • R. Papa - Tondo, Manila
  • Abad Santos - Tondo and Santa Cruz, Manila
  • Blumentritt - Santa Cruz, Manila (interchange with PNR Southrail at Blumentritt)
  • Tayuman - Santa Cruz, Manila
  • Bambang - Santa Cruz, Manila
  • Doroteo Jose - Santa Cruz, Manila (interchange with Line 2 at Recto)
  • Carriedo - Quiapo and Santa Cruz, Manila
  • Central Terminal - Ermita, Manila (also known as Arroceros or City Hall)
  • United Nations - Ermita, Manila
  • Pedro Gil - Ermita, Manila (also known as Herran)
  • Quirino Avenue - Malate, Manila
  • Vito Cruz - Malate, Manila (also known as Pablo Ocampo or Ocampo)
  • Gil Puyat - Pasay City (also known as Buendia)
  • Libertad - Pasay City (also known as Antonio Arnaiz or simply Arnaiz)
  • EDSA - Pasay City (interchange with Line 3 at Taft Avenue)(also known as Pasay Rotonda or Edsa - Taft Rotonda)
  • Baclaran - Pasay City(near border of Baclaran, Paranaque City)

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