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LIST: Train schedules during Holy Week 2024

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LIST: Train schedules during Holy Week 2024
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MANILA, Philippines – Railways will have adjusted operating hours during Holy Week to make way for annual maintenance activities.

Here are the schedules released by train operators:


Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT1) operations will be suspended from Holy Wednesday, March 27, to Easter Sunday, March 31. Normal operations will resume on April 1.

As the LRT1 halts operations for Holy Week, more passenger buses will be deployed to ply the route from Edsa-Taft to Monumento. Starting 4 am on March 28, these buses will stop along Taft Avenue at Edsa-Taft, Gil Puyat, Doroteo Jose, Carriedo, and Monumento

Four buses from MMDA and 50 buses from LTFRB will augment the regular daily buses plying this route while the LRT1 conducts its maintenance works and preparations for the opening of the LRT1 Cavite Extension. Normal operations resume April 1.


Shortened operating hours will be implemented for the Light Rail Transit Line 2 (LRT2) on Holy Wednesday. The first train will depart from Recto Station and Antipolo Station at 5 am, while the last train will depart at 7 pm for both stations.

The LRT2 will have no operations from Maundy Thursday, March 28, to Easter Sunday. Regular operations will resume on April 1.


The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT3) will observe regular operating hours on Holy Wednesday, with the last train trips at 9:30 pm from North Avenue Station, and 10:09 pm from Taft Avenue Station.

Train operations will be suspended from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday. Normal operations will resume on April 1.


The Philippine National Railways (PNR) will be stopping its operations for the next five years starting Maundy Thursday. Its last trips from Governor Pascual to Tutuban and Tutuban to Alabang will be on Holy Wednesday. (READ: PNR will stop operations on March 28 for five years) –

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