J. Ruiz LRT Station
|Manila Light Rail Transit System|
Juan Ruiz Station
|Location||Aurora Boulevard cor. Juan Ruiz Street, Brgy. Ermitaño, San Juan|
|Owned by||Department of Transportation and Communications
Light Rail Transit Authority
|Line(s)||LRT Line 2|
|Tracks||2, 1 (in the middle of J. Ruiz and V. Mapa Stations)|
|Opened||April 5, 2004|
J. Ruiz LRT Station is a station on the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 (LRT-2). J. Ruiz station is one of the many elevated stations that can be found on the line. The station is located in San Juan and is named because of its location on J. Ruiz Street.
J. Ruiz station is the fifth station for trains headed to Santolan and the seventh station for trains headed to Recto. It is the only station in San Juan and is close to the borders of Quezon City before entering Manila.
As the only station in San Juan, it serves the inner areas of the city including N. Domingo Street where the San Juan City Hall and San Juan Medical Center are located and Pinaglabanan district where Pinaglabanan Shrine and St. John the Baptist Church stand.
Buses, taxis, and jeepneys can be found at both gates of the station, while tricycles are available at the south gate.
|Platform A||← LRT Line 2 towards Santolan|
|Platform B||→ LRT Line 2 towards Recto →|
|L2||Concourse||Faregates, Ticketing Machines, Station Control, Shops|
- "HistoRiles Resource". Light Rail Transit Authority.