Ortigas MRT Station
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Manila MRT Line 3
|Address||Epifanio de los Santos Avenue
Brgy. Wack-Wack Greenhills, Mandaluyong City
|Opened||December 15, 1999|
|Owned by||Department of Transportation and Communications
Metro Rail Transit Corporation
|MRT Line 3|
Ortigas MRT Station is a station on the Manila MRT (MRT-3). The station is located in the Mandaluyong portion of Ortigas Center and is named after either Ortigas Center or Ortigas Avenue, which is nearby.
The station serves the Ortigas business district and is located beside the Asian Development Bank headquarters. It is near major shopping malls, such as Robinsons Galleria, SM Megamall, The Podium and St. Francis Square Mall; as well as the headquarters of the Philippine Stock Exchange, Meralco, UnionBank, Robinsons Bank and JG Summit Holdings. A few government buildings are also located in the station's vicinity including the central offices of the Department of Transportation and Communications, Securities and Exchange Commission and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration, as well as educational institutions like Saint Pedro Poveda College and La Salle Greenhills. The EDSA Shrine, Meralco Theater, Lopez Museum, Medical City, Eton Cyberpod, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Oakwood Premier hotels are also nearby.
Buses, jeepneys and taxis serve the station, but passengers may board them from either Robinson's Galleria (buses, jeepneys, taxis) or SM Megamall (buses, taxis). Buses ply both EDSA and Ortigas Avenue routes, while jeepneys ply along Ortigas Avenue for routes heading to Pasig City and Rizal Province to the east, and San Juan City and City of Manila to the west. A Philtranco bus terminal located at the back of SM Megamall Building A serves passengers bound for Clark International Airport.
|Platform A||MRT Line 3 towards North Avenue (←)|
|Platform B||MRT Line 3 towards Taft Avenue (→)|
|L3||Concourse||Faregates, Ticket Booths, Station Control, Shops|
|L1||Street Level||SM Megamall, Asian Development Bank|