Another MRT-3 malfunction unloads passengers
In what is becoming a daily fare, the MRT-3 experienced 20 glitches in less than a week – mostly during the rush hours

GLITCH. The MRT-3 experienced another malfunction on Thursday morning, October 12. Rappler file photo

MANILA, Philippines – The Metro Rail Transit Line 3, which cuts through Edsa, experienced another “technical problem” and was forced to unload passengers at its Ortigas Station 8:26 am, Thursday, October 12. 

The Department of Transportation (DOTr)-MRT Yellow website said that the train was “removed without replacement or experienced cancellation of loops and insertion.”

According to DOTr,  there are only 15 trains running as of 12 pm, October 12. 

A report for GMA News showed a video of passengers disembarking the train:

Just Wednesday, October 11, passengers were also forced to unload in Ortigas, Kamuning and Shaw Boulevard station.

In less than a week, the MRT-3 has experienced 20 glitches, mostly during the rush hours. –