No MRT Operation During Holy Week
The management of the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) has announced on Twitter that train operations will be ceased from April 15 to 21 for its annual maintenance during Holy Week.
The maintenance shutdown will start on Holy Monday and will last until Easter Sunday, longer than previous years, which lasted for five days.
In a tweet, MRT said:
Maintenance works that will be done during the one-week suspension of revenue operations include rail grinding, rail cascading, replacement of turnouts, structural testing, and other general maintenance activities on our trains, electrical systems, and other MRT-3 subsystems.
Operations will resume on April 22, the MRT said.
MRT-3 will have its annual general maintenance shutdown (Holy Week shutdown) from Holy Monday, April 15, to Easter Sunday, April 21. pic.twitter.com/6hEtcZJJXT
— DOTr MRT-3 (@dotrmrt3) March 19, 2019