Articles about MRT 3

Uh oh
Well, this is hardly a good look for the public transport system. According to the Department of Transportation (DOTr), recent COVID-19 testing among rail line personnel has yielded a whopping 522 positive results.Of that figure, 117 positive cases came from
Planning to head out?
Tough luck if you were hoping for a normalization to trai- line operations following the 2021 Holy Week break: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that the MRT-3, the LRT-1, and the LRT-2 will continue operating at a
From the Ortigas, Santolan, and Cubao MRT-3 stations
The required use of personal protective equipment at public transportation terminals isn't just for show. Remember: Being out in public spaces is risky business during the COVID-19 pandemic, as carriers don't necessarily need to be coughing their lungs out
PUBs and PUJ operations limited to 50% capacity, rail lines to 30%
We've now entered enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Greater Manila (or more awkwardly known as 'NCR Plus'). Again. It feels like we're back to square one after more than a year into this pandemic. Anyway...The government has already announced
Take note
As you may have heard by now, several train lines in the metro will be temporarily halting operations to undergo maintenance this Holy Week, and that includes the MRT-3. That means for almost a week, the high-traffic rail line along
The DOTr says it will be completed in December 2021
In its latest progress report, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that the Common Station on North Avenue is currently 48.48% complete, with construction now happening round the clock to meet the December 2021 target completion date.The transport hub,
For those of you still taking the train
Still braving the MRT-3 despite the surge in COVID-19 cases? Then you'll want to make some adjustments to your commute toward the end of the month, as rail line's management has announced a temporary closure due to maintenance
Did you see this?
MRT-3 management is assuring everyone that, yes, the train line takes keeping people safe from COVID-19 very, very seriously.Commuters were up in arms over the weekend after a video of MRT-3 cleaning staff "disinfecting" train cars in a
Looking forward to this, commuters?
Let's face it: Commuting in the metro isn't fun. Actually, it hasn't been for several years now. And amid this pandemic, things have arguably gotten far worse than ever.That said, there's still a lot that we commuters
Just to be clear
Yes, the UK variant of COVID-19 is already present in the Philippines. Scary stuff, especially when you consider that more people are now out and about taking public transportation compared to several months ago.Worried? Yeah, so are we. That worry
No station staff are among the infected
MRT-3 management is dealing with yet another outbreak of COVID-19 within its ranks. This time, though, the train line's operations are set to continue as no station employees have been infected by the virus.In a statement, MRT-3
And the shift to cashless tollways? It’s been suspended indefinitely. Yep...
It will be soft-launched next week
MRT-3 commuters can expect a safer and more convenient contact-tracing procedure come next Monday.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced that it will be launching a new contact tracing app for the rail line on January 18 called MRT-
It’s been a very, very long year
You've probably heard this dozens of times before already, but we'll say it again: It's been a long year. A lot of things happened throughout the course of 2020, from the beginning of January right until these last few
As the result of rail replacement and other rehabilitation measures
After months of incremental speed increases, the MRT-3 now runs at a faster speed of 60kph, further shortening travel and waiting times for passengers, its operator has announced.Average wait time for trains is now at 3.5 to four minutes
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