Commuters will have to take other modes of transportation during the Holy Week as the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) and Light Rail Transit (LRT) would suspend its operations.
In separate advisories posted on the Philippine Information Agency Twitter account, the MRT-3, LRT-1 and LRT-2 would shut down its operations from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday, April 17 to April 20.
“#DOTC-#MRT3 Holy Week Advisory: No Operations/Revenue Service on April 17-20, 2014. Regular Operations will resume on April 21, 2014,” the @PIANewsDesk tweet said.
MRT and LRT operations would resume on Monday, April 21.
Meanwhile, the last trips of LRT on Holy Wednesday are as follows: LRT-1 Baclaran, LRT-1 Roosevelt and LRT-2 Santolan is at 8 p.m., while in LRT-2 Recto at 8:30 p.m.
The Philippine National Railways had also suspended its operations during the Holy Week for its maintenance procedures.