MRT3 rehabilitation - updates

Rappler's latest stories on MRT3 rehabilitation

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Sep 10, 2019 - 12:45 AM

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Philippines, Japan sign P18-billion MRT3 rehab loan deal

Nov 08, 2018 - 5:10 PM

(UPDATED) With this agreement, Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the government would finally be able to address the 'problem that is the MRT3'

Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III, on behalf of the Philippines, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) senior vice president Yasushi Tanaka, on behalf of Japan, signed Thursday the 38.1-billion yen loan agreement for the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line-3 System Rehabilitation Project, which aims to improve the safety, reliability and level of service of the 16.9-kilometer light rail system with 13 stations spanning across EDSA. Also in attendance during the loan signing ceremony were Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda, JICA Chief Representative Yoshio Wada and Department of Transportation Undersecretary Timothy John Batan. Photo courtesy of Dept of Finance

PH, Japan finalize details of P18-billion MRT3 rehab loan

Nov 07, 2018 - 2:35 PM

(3rd UPDATE) The signing of the P18-billion loan agreement will be done on Thursday, November 8

Photo from Embassy of Japan

After delay, Philippines, Japan to sign MRT3 rehab loan deal on November 7

Oct 31, 2018 - 2:40 PM

The P22.06-billion MRT3 rehabilitation project will mostly be funded by an P18-billion loan from the Japanese government

RAILWAY. Commuters wait to board the MRT3. File photo by LeAnne Jazul/Rappler

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