The Philippine National Railways (PNR) is a state-owned railway company in the Philippines. PNR operates both commuter train services in the Greater Manila Area and long-distance services connecting Manila to other parts of Luzon. Please note that developments in the railway system may have occurred since then.

Here are some key points about PNR:

  1. Commuter Services: PNR operates commuter train services, particularly in the Greater Manila Area, providing an essential mode of transportation for residents and commuters in the region.
  2. Long-Distance Services: PNR also operates long-distance train services that connect Manila to provinces in Luzon. These routes are crucial for both passenger and cargo transportation.
  3. Improvements and Expansion: In recent years, there have been efforts to improve and expand the PNR network, with plans for modernization and the introduction of new train sets to enhance efficiency and passenger comfort.
  4. Future Plans: The Philippine government has expressed its commitment to further developing the railway system in the country, with projects aimed at expanding and upgrading rail infrastructure.

HOW TO RIDE THE PNR TRAIN

Step 1: Buy a Ticket from Ticket Booth 

Step 2: Show the Ticket to the gate inspector/conductor 

Step 3: Ride the Train – Estimated Travel Time Depends on your Destination

Step 4: Exit Train 

Step 5: Show the Ticket to the Inspector at the station or destination 

Note: The first coach is reserved for the elderly, PWDs, and passengers with children, while the second coach is only for females.

Note: Always keep your ticket while inside the train before leaving the station of destination for inspection. Passengers found without a ticket or short-ticketed will be charged the full amount of fare for the route.

For the most current and detailed information about PNR train services, schedules, rates, and routes, we recommend checking the official PNR website or contacting PNR directly through their official communication channels. Additionally, local news sources and government announcements may provide updates on the status and plans for the Philippine National Railways.

PNR FLEETS

PNR 900 CLASS

PNR 900 CLASS

912 SEATING CAPACITY

5 PER TRAIN SET

PNR 2500 CLASS

PNR 2500 CLASS

912 SEATING CAPACITY

5 PER TRAIN SET

PNR 203 SERIES

PNR 203 SERIES

528 SEATING CAPACITY

4 OR 5 PER TRAIN SET

PNR KiHa 52–100 CLASS

PNR KiHa 52–100 CLASS

300 SEATING CAPACITY

3 PER TRAIN SET

PNR KiHa 350 CLASS

PNR KiHa 350 CLASS

280 SEATING CAPACITY

3 CARS PER TRAIN SET 

KiHa 59 CLASS

KiHa 59 CLASS

103 SEATING CAPACITY

3 CARS PER TRAIN SET 

HYUNDAI ROTEM DMU

HYUNDAI ROTEM DMU

502 SEATING CAPACITY

3 CARS PER TRAIN SET

PNR INKA 8000 SERIES

PNR INKA 8000 SERIES

750 SEATING CAPACITY

3 CARS PER TRAINSET

PNR METRO COMMUTER LINE

PNR METRO COMMUTER LINE
PNR METRO COMMUTER LINE
PNR METRO COMMUTER LINE

PNR BICOL EXPRESS 

3 TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION

RECLINING AIRCON

RECLINING AIRCON

  • AIR-CONDITIONED
  • 2X2 SEATING CONFIGURATION
FAMILY SLEEPER

FAMILY SLEEPER

  • AIR-CONDITIONED
  • OPEN CABIN
  • 2 BUNKBED UPPER AND LOWER
  • BUNKBED HAS CURTAIN FOR PRIVACY
EXECUTIVE SLEEPER

EXECUTIVE SLEEPER

  • AIR-CONDITIONED
  • SINGLE BUNK PER CABIN
  • FOLDABLE ARMREST
  • FOLDABLE WORKING TABLE
  • READING LAMP

PNR MAYON LIMITED

2 TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION

DELUXE

DELUXE

  • AIR-CONDITIONED
  • 3 SEATS ABREAST 
ORDINARY

ORDINARY

  • NON-AIRCON
  • COMMUTER-STYLE STANDING AREA
  • 3 FIX SEATING SECTION