Commuting to LRT-1 Monumento Station


LRT-1 Monumento Station is the farthest station to the north out of the three Metro Rail Systems (MRT, LRT-1, and LRT-2). Because of this, many buses come and go in this area. There are even some bus terminals, the Victory Liner is one of them. Some other places to see here are the Manila Central University, Ever Gotesco Grand Central, and Uniwide Sales.

Manila Central University
Manila Central University
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Fast Facts:

Nearest Train Station: LRT1-Monumento
Nearest Bus Terminals: Victory Liner Bus Terminal

Commuting Routes:

From Arayat, Pampanga or Cabiao, Nueva Ecija:

  1. Ride a Sierra Madre bus to Monumento.

From Caloocan:

  1. Take the LRT1 to Monumento station.

From Makati/Mandaluyong/Pasig:

Route 1: MRT-LRT1
  1. Take the MRT to Taft terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting footbridge towards LRT1-EDSA station.
  3. Take the LRT1 to Monumento station.
Route 2: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to North Avenue station.
  2. Ride a bus to Monumento.
Route 3: MRT-FX-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Ortigas station.
  2. Walk or ride an FX to Robinsons Galleria.
  3. Ride a bus to Monumento.
Route 4: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to Cubao station.
  2. Ride a bus to Monumento.

From Manila:

Route 1: LRT1
  1. Take the LRT1 to Monumento.
Route 2: LRT2-LRT1
  1. Take the LRT2 to Recto terminal station.
  2. Walk through the connecting foot bridge towards LRT1-Doroteo Jose station.
  3. Take the LRT1 to Monumento.

From Paranaque/Pasay:

  1. Take the LRT1 to Monumento.

From Quezon City:

Route 1: MRT-Bus
  1. Take the MRT to North Avenue station.
  2. Ride a bus to Monumento.
Route 2: MRT/LRT2-Bus
  1. Go to Cubao. You can either:
    • Take the MRT to Cubao station.
    • Take the LRT-2 to Araneta Center-Cubao Station.
  2. Ride a bus to Monumento.

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