Poe: China-made trains for MRT 'low-hanging fruit' in solving traffic mess
“Hanggang ngayon, 3 years after from the last administration hindi pa rin gumagana ‘yan,” Poe said.
None of the 48 Dalian trains are operational, Department of Transportation Usec. for Rails Timothy Batan said. Several Dalian trains were deployed into the MRT-3 system for test-runs earlier this year.
(At present, since Sumitomo assumed, operations have been suspended while they study the maintenance requirement of the Dalian trains.)Read more: ABS-CBN News Channel
Poe: Senate hearing on provincial bus ban to resume MondayAs the ‘Ber months set in, the Senate Committee on Public Services will resume its hearing on the proposal to ban provincial buses along EDSA on Tuesday, in a bid to expedite solutions to the worsening traffic in Metro Manila. Puro ka hearing wala naman nagagawa! Emergency powers ang atupagin mo! Dios ko, madam hindi ka naba nagsasawa sa kakahearing mo, yan lang ba kaya mong gawin sa Senado sa buong termino mo, what a waste of time, money of govt agencies who will be going there for you Just To Listen to their stories NaWala Namang kahahantungan, bakit hearing na naman puro hearing poenyetah!
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Beijing to 'crush' attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state mediaYet some people believe that China will give back what they took from PH. They can't even respect agreement made about HK to UK... CHINA should never be trusted