‘Love is in the Train’: LRT-1 celebrates love month with its customized ‘Love Train’

  • The Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) is also celebrating Valentine’s with its customized “Love Train”
  • Their customized light rail vehicle shows the different stages of love: sweet first date, sweet shabby chic, and rustic wedding theme
  • The LRMC aims to make our passengers’ day extra brighter and happier, especially during this season of love

The Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) decided to continue celebrating Valentine’s this year by giving the public a unique yet inspiring experience on board during the love month.

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Rail company LMRC has started to roll out their customized “love train” in LRT-1 since Wednesday, February 12.

With its current theme “Love is in the Train,” passengers were able to feel the love while riding the public transport because of its newly designed interior that was inspired by the different stages of love.

“Love is in the air! We celebrated Valentine’s Day early with the launch of our #LRT1 Love Train today,” said LRMC on a Facebook post on Wednesday.

“This year’s display is about love and relationships in different stages. Try the interactive wall activities and photo-worthy spots,” it added.

Passengers can ride the customized light rail vehicle and check its three coaches displaying sweet first date, sweet shabby chic, and rustic wedding theme.

It also contains various love quotes and interactive games.

In a report from GMA News, LRMC President and CEO Juan Alfonso said they wanted to make their passengers feel more positive, especially during this Valentine’s season.

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“We hope that through this Valentine’s month display, LRMC can make our passengers’ day extra brighter and happier this season,” LRMC president and CEO Juan Alfonso said.

This is the fourth year since LRMC first rolled out their customized “love train.”

The company is also extending the service of their “love train” until March and not just until February 14 which is also called the hearts day by other netizens.

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