MRT schedule – December 31 2013 and January 1 2014

The Metro Rail Transit (MRT) will have shortened operating hours on December 31, the last day of the year. It is a special non-working day according to President Benigno Aquino III’s Proclamation 459, which he signed last 2012.

Based on announcement made through the official Twitter account of the MRT Administration, the following schedule will be observed:

December 31, 2013

First train

North Avenue – 5:00 AM

Taft Avenue – 5:30 AM

The Metrostar Express
The Metrostar Express (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Last train

North Avenue – 8:30 PM

Taft Avenue – 9:00 PM

MRT will revert to its regular operating hours the following day, January 1, 2014. The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) has earlier announced that its trains will also be ending its operations earlier than usual on the said day. Check related blog post here.

Meanwhile, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will not be enforcing the number coindg scheme throughout the National Capital Region for December 31 and January 1. Read more about it here.

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