Today, the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 (LRT Line 2) launched a new conveyance system which will provide passengers with ease in accessing the said train system.
The new conveyance system consists of 32 elevators and 13 escalators.
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) said the replacement of LRT Line 2’s conveyance system is part of the multiyear rehabilitation program aimed at providing convenience and comfort to the public.
LRT Line 2 Administrator Reynaldo Berroya led the launching of new conveyance system.
He said that after 15 years, LRT Line 2’s conveyance system has been replaced by new ones. “Matagal naghirap mananakay natin,” he added.
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