MRT-3 Extends Free Ride Program until June 30
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) MRT-3 has extended its MRT-3 FREE RIDE program until June 30, following its continuous success since March 2022.
MRT-3/IMAGE from DOTr MRT-3
Due to positive feedback from commuters, the DOTr MRT-3 decided to extend the FREE RIDE program to help the public in the midst of rising fuel prices and inflation.
The FREE RIDE program started on March 28 until April 30, but was extended until May 31.
According to MRT-3 OIC-General Manager and Director for Operations Michael J. Capati, the MRT-3 has served a total of 15,730,872 passengers under the FREE RIDE program, with 315,334 passengers taking the MRT-3 on average during weekdays since it was launched.
MRT-3 EXTENDS FREE RIDE UNTIL June 30!
For the third straight month, the Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT-3) will be offering passengers with FREE RIDES as the "LIBRENG SAKAY" program has been extended anew until 30 June 2022. pic.twitter.com/vea7GHOcrk
— DOTr MRT-3 (@dotrmrt3) May 25, 2022
SCREENSHOT from DOTr MRT-3’s Twitter account
The FREE RIDE program will remain available to all passengers who will take the MRT-3 anytime between the rail line’s operating hours from 4:40 a.m. and 10:10 p.m.
The MRT-3 rehabilitation project was launched in 2019 to restore the rail transport system to its original, high-grade condition.
Written by Cedie Salido