MRT-3 offers P2P buses for commuters during Holy Week closure
The management of MRT-3 will deploy 140 P2P (point to point) buses daily to serve commuters who will be affected by the maintenance shutdown during Holy Week.
In a statement, the MRT-3 management said the P2P buses will load and unload passengers at all train stations, both northbound and southbound, from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. starting April 15 to April 21.
Passengers of the P2P buses will be charged the same fare they pay for when riding the MRT.
The MRT’s management earlier said the week-long shutdown will be for general maintenance of the train line.
Normal revenue operations of the MRT will resume on April 22.