Quezon Avenue MRT Station
Manila MRT Line 3
Quezon Avenue Station
|Address||Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Brgy. Pinyahan, Diliman, Quezon City|
|Opened||December 15, 1999|
|Owned by||Department of Transportation and Communications
Metro Rail Transit Corporation
Quezon Avenue MRT Station, also called Quezon for short, is a station on the Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 3 (MRT-3). Quezon Avenue station is one of the many elevated stations that can be found on the line. The station is located in Diliman in Quezon City and is named after Quezon Avenue, one of the busy thoroughfares of Quezon City. It is named after Quezon Memorial Circle.
One of the most famous landmarks that can be seen from the station is the headquarters of ABS-CBN, one of the Philippines' largest and leading media companies, located at Sergeant Esguerra Street, near Quezon Avenue. Quezon Memorial Circle and Triangle Park can also be accessed from this station where a few government buildings stand like the PAGASA Complex, Office of the Ombudsman, Court of Tax Appeals and the Lung Center of the Philippines. The station is directly linked to Centris Station and Centris Walk shopping centers within Eton Centris.
Express Train Service
|Code||Time||First Station||Succeeding Stations|
|1S||7:04 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
|1S||7:29 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
|1S||7:53 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
|1S||8:17 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
|1S||8:41 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
|1S||9:06 AM||North Avenue||Buendia, Ayala, Magallanes, Taft Avenue|
Buses, jeepneys and taxis can be used to navigate the area. There is a bus stop near the station entrance.
|L3||Overpass||Crossover between platforms|
|Platform A||← MRT Line 3 towards North Avenue|
|Platform B||→ MRT Line 3 towards Taft Avenue →|
|Concourse||Faregates, Ticket Booths, Station Control, Shops, Bridge to Eton Centris|
|L1||Street Level||Eton Centris, Manila Seedling Bank, National Power Corporation|