MRT Holdings II - updates

Rappler's latest stories on MRT Holdings II

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Abaya: Sobrepeña is 'playing politics'

Feb 10, 2016 - 4:05 PM

His timeline is wrong transportation chief Joseph Emilio Abaya says in reaction to the allegations of the MRT Holdings chairman against him and his predecessor Manuel Roxas II

MEDDLING. DOTC says it found the proposals from private firms were not beneficial for the riding public, entailing more time and higher fares. Rappler photo

MRT Holdings' Sobrepeña: Roxas, Abaya may be liable for graft

Feb 08, 2016 - 8:54 PM

Sobrepeña says Roxas and Abaya failed to act on private firms proposals and entered into questionable deals

BATTLE CONTINUES. The chief of MRT Holdings continues to blame then-transportation chief Mar Roxas and incumbent Jun Abaya for mishandling MRT3. In the photo Roxas (left) Robert John Sobrepeña (center) and Abaya (right). File photo by Rappler

A long, winding road for better Metro Manila transport

Jan 09, 2016 - 1:30 PM

Several infrastructure deals that are seen to solve the nightmarish Metro Manila traffic are still hounded by delays

LONG, WINDING ROAD. Most projects that are supposed to solve the horrendous Metro Manila traffic have snagged delays by policy U-turns and legal roadblocks. Graphics by Alyssa Arizabal/Rappler

MRT3 owners open to a buyout

Oct 02, 2014 - 1:23 PM

MRT Holdings II is willing to be bought after reaching a compromise with government which includes considering a proposal to upgrade MRT3