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Riding LRT or MRT is convenient especially to those who are in hurry.

That is if you are lucky enough you don’t get to experience the hassle of its operation.

In Wikipedia, The Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 3 (MRT-3) is a rapid transit line in Metro Manila in the Philippines

It is the second rapid transit line in Metro Manila when it started operation in 1999, and the third line under the Metropolitan Manila Strategic Mass Rail Transit Development Plan.
The ordinary Juan Dela Cruz has no choice but to ride here.
The Government could have avoided all the current and potential legal hassles in this MRT3 capacity expansion project if only DOTC abided by the 1999 BLT agreement and allowed MRTC to do its job of choosing the M&O contractor for this EDSA rail line.

The MRT is originally designed for 350,000 passengers a day but in a daily operation it loads more than the limit.

Government wants to take over the running of MRT.
Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) Secretary Joseph Abaya, announced on national television that Government’s plan on buying the MRT could happen within the year.

The Department of Budget and Management even allocated P56 billion ($1.3 billion) for the complete government takeover in the 2014 national budget.

What will happen now? Who will exactly manage the MRT?

Is DOTC Secretary Abaya sure that they can run it well.

What is in store for us commuters if this happens? DOTC is confident on completely buying out shares since a majority of the MRTC board are from the government.

Isn't it suspicious?

How come they are confident that they can fulfill the buy out on a tight deadline?

This is not a small budget project so there should be enough time allotted including the plan of the government on buying this.

What makes the President too pushy in buying this instead of finding ways on how to solve the transportation problems 
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