Seized liquid items from MRT-3, LRT-2 liquid ban can now be claimed
Maris Federez • February 22, 2019 • 2896
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) MRT-3 reminds passengers to claim their seized liquid items such as water containers, colognes, hand sanitizers, lotions etc. 14 days before they will permanently be disposed by the MRT-3 management.
Passengers would only need to show one valid ID to the station supervisor at the station control room of any MRT-3, LRT-2 stations to claim the said confiscated item.
The DOTr-MRT 3 has already lifted the ban on liquid items in all their stations, but security personnel would need to verify the said items before allowing the passenger to enter the station. — Aileen Cerrudo
MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Transportation (DOTr) maintains that minimum fare in MRT Line 3 will remain despite the ongoing rehabilitation works on the train system.
According to Transport Undersecretary Timothy John Batan, unless commuters experience full convenience and observe significant improvements in the MRT Line 3 system, there is no reason for any fare increase.
Meanwhile, the Department is expected to achieve its target train speed of 60 km. and the completion of its rehabilitation efforts including the replacement of new rail tracks and the addition of new train coaches by the year 2021.
Once completed, the MRT Line 3’s full operation is expected to accommodate up to 600,000 passengers every day. – MNP (with reports from Rosalie Coz)
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