Betty Go-Belmonte station

Betty Go-Belmonte station is an elevated Manila Light Rail Transit (LRT) station situated on Line 2. The station during its inception was formerly called as Boston station but was renamed into the current name due to the minor realignment of some stations (the other being V. Mapa) that has caused the change of proximity to the Betty Go-Belmonte Street. The station is located in New Manila in Quezon City and is named after Betty Go-Belmonte, the late wife of House Speaker Feliciano Belmonte Jr. and the founder of The Philippine Star.[1]

Betty Go-Belmonte
Line 2 Betty Go-Belmonte Station Platform 1.jpg
General information
LocationAurora Boulevard cor. Betty Go-Belmonte Street, Mariana and Kaunlaran, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Coordinates14°37′6″N 121°2′33″E / 14.61833°N 121.04250°E / 14.61833; 121.04250Coordinates: 14°37′6″N 121°2′33″E / 14.61833°N 121.04250°E / 14.61833; 121.04250
Owned byDepartment of Transportation
Operated byLight Rail Transit Authority
Line(s)     Line 2
Platforms2 (2 side)
ConnectionsJeepneys, tricycles, buses, taxis
Structure typeOverpass
Disabled accessConcourse: South Entrance only
Platforms: All platforms
Other information
Station codeBG
OpenedApril 5, 2004
Previous namesBoston
Preceding station Manila LRT Following station
Araneta Center–Cubao
towards Antipolo
Line 2 Gilmore
towards Recto
Betty Go-Belmonte is located in Manila
Betty Go-Belmonte
Betty Go-Belmonte
Location within Metro Manila

The station is the seventh station for trains headed to both Antipolo and Recto stations.

Nearby landmarksEdit

The station is located near Cubao Cathedral, Holy Buddhist Temple,[2] Religious of the Virgin Mary Motherhouse, and Kalayaan College.

Transportation linksEdit

There are tricycles, jeepneys, taxis, and buses are available outside the station.


  1. ^ "Born Billie Mary Go, Betty Go-Belmonte founded The..." Historiles Resource. LRTA. Retrieved 10 January 2013.
  2. ^ "The Holy Buddhist Temple is approximately six minutes walk away from the station". When In Manila. 9 October 2018.

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