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(3rd UPDATE) LRT Lines 1 and 2, meanwhile, will be closed from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday
A security guard discovers the gun when the woman entered the baggage inspection area of Taft Station in Pasay City
The Japanese contractor shoulders the cost of needed parts in the meantime, because of the delayed signing into law of the Philippines' 2019 national budget
Chinese envoy Zhao Jianhua tells President Rodrigo Duterte that he admires the 'professionalism' and 'retraint' of Police Officer 1 William Cristobal, says Malacañang
(UPDATED) 'Dapat inako niya ang lahat ng responsibilidad doon bilang tatay ng bansa,' says opposition senatorial bet Gary Alejano
The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 management says that any bottled liquid more than 100 ml will still not be allowed inside train stations
(UPDATED) Senior Assistant City Prosecutor Leynard Dumlao says Zhang Jiale's action is considered 'deliberate and serious defiance' of a cop who was performing his duties
Tungkol ito sa kung gaano kalakas ang loob ng dayuhan na manaboy ng taho sa isang pulis. Dahil marahil alam niyang sa bansang ito, walang papalag sa kaniya. Temerity. At siguradong hindi pa ito ang huli.
Chinese fashion student Jiale Zhang faces the risk of imprisonment of at least 4 months
The National Capital Region Police Office will recommend that Jiale Zhang be tagged as an 'undesirable alien'
(UPDATED) The passenger, a Chinese national, is still detained in the Mandaluyong police headquarters
'That's one reason why we tightened security following recent attacks in Mindanao,' says MRT3 management
'Are tears banned too?' an irate netizen asks Metro Manila's train officials
The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 clarifies the liquids which can be brought inside its trains, as a recently enforced ban draws criticism
The measure aims to prevent the entry of dangerous chemicals contained in plastic bottles, as police and military are on heightened alert after the Jolo church bombing
The train is deployed for a 150-hour validation test run
(UPDATED) LRT2 and MRT3 will give out free rides to commemorate Jose Rizal's heroism on his 122nd death anniversary
No, this is not a new photo of Filipino opposition politician Mar Roxas using public transport
(UPDATED) With this agreement, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the government would finally be able to address the 'problem that is the MRT3'
(3rd UPDATE) The signing of the P18-billion loan agreement will be done on Thursday, November 8
There are no new Japanese trains, only a Japan-funded rehabilitation for MRT3
The passenger's mother accused security guards of discriminating against persons with learning disabilities
The P22.06-billion MRT3 rehabilitation project will mostly be funded by an P18-billion loan from the Japanese government
(5th UPDATE) One MRT3 worker is seriously injured and may require surgery, says MRT3 management
However, the LRT1 experiences a power supply issue that limits its operations on Saturday morning, September 15
The government wants to test whether the trains delivered by Chinese firm CRRC Dalian Company Limited are safe for public use
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade confirms Chinese firm CRRC Dalian Company Limited will absorb all costs related to repairing the 48 unused MRT3 trains
An overtime fee of P28 is being charged to commuters if they exceed the two-hour maximum stay policy of the Metro Rail Transit Line 3
(UPDATED) MRT3 guard Federico Bustamante shoots the man in the ankle after he refused to leave the rail tracks and reportedly started throwing rocks at security personnel and cars
The defective air-conditioning unit is 12 years old, and was due for replacement two years ago
The electrical failure in a motor breaks a 29-day run for the train service without glitches
The Department of Transportation is also eyeing plunder charges against officials not indicted by the Office of the Ombudsman
(UPDATED) Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales finds probable cause to charge former transportation chief Joseph Emilio Abaya with graft for awarding the contract to Busan Universal Rail Incorporated, 'an ineligible and unqualified entity'
(UPDATED) The PNR, MRT3, and LRT Lines 1 and 2 will give free rides on Independence Day during select times. Certain P2P bus routes will also be free.
After 28 straight days of no glitches for the Metro Rail Transit Line 3, a door failure on Tuesday, May 22, forces the railway system to unload passengers
It will take 31 months and P16.985 billion to restore the Metro Rail Transit Line 3, based on talks between the Department of Transportation and the Japan International Cooperation Agency
Active military personnel should present their IDs to get free rides, under a one-year deal between the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Department of Transportation
Li Depu of China-based Dalian says they are subjecting their trains to a test by the German-based TUV Rheinland to refute allegations they are too heavy for the MRT's tracks
Commuters can already use the newly designed P1, P5, and P10 coins at ticket vending machines of the MRT3, LRT1, and LRT2
'I told MRT to file cases and collect damages from them,' says Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade
(UPDATED) The MRT3 is looking at increasing their target to 20 trains with a 4-car configuration. These can carry 720,000 passengers a day.
(UPDATED) MRT3 Director for Operations Mike Capati says he was physically assaulted in front of DOTr Usec TJ Batan and representatives from Australia Aid and ADB
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says that without proper record keeping, a time could come where spare parts might run out
Hello! Here's a roundup of news you need to know this Wednesday.
After the maintenance, the Department of Transportation targets 15 working trains for the commuting public, up from the current 13
More trains are now available to the commuting public but it still suffers from more breakdown incidents on the same week
A week after MRT3 fields 10 trains, the MRT3 management deploys one train more than its target. It has been two months since there were more than 10 MRT3 trains working
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II says the detachment of a train coach in November 2017 was 'purely accidental'