MRT Operations Suspended from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2

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(UPDATE: The scheduled weekend suspension was postponed on Friday in light of the expected rainfall of Typhoon Rolly.)

The Metro Rail Transit (MRT-3) will suspend operations from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2, its operator said.

The halt in operations will be used for maintenance works, according to the MRT-3 management.

"Ang mga aktibidad na ito ay bahagi ng massive rehabilitation and maintenance na isinasagawa sa buong linya ng MRT-3 ng Sumitomo-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries mula sa bansang Hapon," the MRT-3 operator said.

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Earlier this month, more people were allowed to ride the MRT, LRT and PNR trains, as part of efforts to boost the economy.


LOOK: MRT-3 Ferries More Passengers As Transport Restrictions Ease

Train passengers are required to wear face masks and face shields, observe physical distancing, and refrain from talking while traveling.

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