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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 8:49 pm 
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isang paragraph sa balita

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But while Chinese manufacturer Dalian Corp. was expected to shoulder the cost of all technical adjustments to make the trains compatible with the rest of the MRT 3 fleet, Tugade said these must be done before Japan’s Sumitomo takes over the rehabilitation of Metro Manila’s busiest train system in the last quarter of 2018.


nag-confirm na ba ang Dalian Corp. na sila ang soshoulder sa cost ng "manageable" adjustment?

yang sinabi ni Sec. Tugade is best case scenario... we still have to wait for the "confirmation" of the Dalian about the cost...

hindi rin puede ang Sumitomo ang sumalo nyan...

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Dalian must pay for fixing 48 MRT cars: DOTr
By Lorenz S. Marasigan - July 9, 2018

https://businessmirror.com.ph/dalian-must-pay-for-fixing-48-mrt-cars-dotr/

WHILE refusing to release the full audit report for the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) Line 3, Transportation Secretary Arthur P. Tugade insisted that the “technical adjustments” for the 48 train cars delivered by CRRC Dalian Co. of China should be shouldered by the supplier.

On Sunday Tugade issued a general statement calling on Dalian to pay for the technical adjustments for the light rail vehicles that it delivered to the government, citing an independent audit report released by TUV Rheinland.

“The audit report shows that the trains delivered to us fall short based on standards. In relation to the details of the terms of reference, upon which the bid was awarded, there are variations on measurements and weight,” he said.

Tugade explained that, based on the audit report, the Dalian trains can still be used if the adjustments identified in the audit are addressed.

“If you thoroughly review the evaluation, it somehow says that, with the right fix, we can still use the trains without sacrificing the safety, security and life of the passengers of the system,” he said.

He said the work needed to be done on the Dalian trains may be characterized as “manageable.”

“We want Dalian to absorb the costs of fixing the trains,” Tugade said.

Aly V. Narvaez, a spokesmanfor the MRT 3, said the adjustments involve incompatibility issues
previously cited by experts.

“The technical adjustments that should be done pertain to the noncompliance [with] the terms of reference, which cover certain incompatibility issues, such as the weight, and certain measurements relative to the technical specifications of the trains as mentioned in the releases we sent,” she said.

Despite raising the issue, the transportation department continued to refuse to release the full report to the public.

Transportation Director Goddes Hope O. Libiran explained that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) refusal stems from its intention to allow government-to-government arrangements to commence first so as not to “preempt high-level discussions.”

Tugade said “details on how CRRC Dalian will make the adjustments identified in the TUV Rheinland independent audit [are] targeted to be finalized before a high-level government-to-government meeting between the Philippines and China [on] August 20.”

The government tapped TUV Rheinland to conduct a thorough review of the trains procured from Dalian, as issues ranging from weight to safety arose before, during, and after their complete delivery in February last year.

To recall, the the Aquino administration jump-started the acquisition of 48 new train cars for the Edsa line. It faced several years of delay due to a legal tussle with the owner of the train facility, MRT Corp.’s parent company, MRT Holdings Inc.

Despite having received the first set of trains in early-2016, the deployment of the new coaches was deferred because all 48 light-rail vehicles had to be “optimized and tested.”

Onboard signaling was amiss from the train, and was only procured midway through the construction of the 48 train units.

The onboard signaling system was only installed on the trains in November 2016. The initial batch of trains should have been deployed in March of the same year, based on original targets.

Due to these problems, the DOTr wanted to deploy the 48 trains in March 2017, but failed to do so after groups raised issues on the train’s weight.

The whole expansion project, amounting to P3.8 billion, will increase the capacity of the line to 880,000 daily passengers, or 66 percent more than the current capacity of 350,000 commuters per day.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:19 pm 
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pubriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiing! please come back where you belong! :lol:



naniniwala ka pa pala ke Tugade, pobre mo naman. dati sabi nila ni Grace Poe walang kwenta yang Dalian trains, ngayon pwede na. kesyo me gagastusin daw ek ek.

pero kung ninamnam mo yung na quote mo na article, sinulat dun na "WHILE refusing to release the full audit report...".

meaning, hanggang ngayon, si Tugade lang ang tanging (alam ko) nakabasa ng audit report.

paano natin mapapaniwalaan ang sinasabi ni Tugade kung totoo nga? show the audit report. public money ginamit sa pagbili ng Dalian trains pero private ang audit report, di pwede basahin? ba't hindi pwede i-share ang audit report? aaaah, kasi nakakasama sa stand ng current administration matapos nilang gatasan ang issue ng Dalian train. pinahirapan nila ang mga pasahero ng MRT because of politics. that is the only thing one can conclude. it is so obvious. kung ang audit report nag confirm na hindi pwede gamitin ang Dalian trains, mabilis pa sa alas kwatro pag release nyan sa publiko.

dapat, kayong mga pro Duterte, matuto rin sana gumamit ng critical thinking or simple analysis. hindi ito parati about DDS vs Dilawan.

nakakainis na ginagawang bob0 ang ibang mga tao.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:26 pm 
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hay....

wala pa ring pinagbago lahi mo don robs!

nahawa ka na kay mullatz na lihisaysing!

tinatanong ko kung binida mo ung report ng Inquirer... nakalimutan mong itananong mo sa alter ego mo, kung sino "BA" talaga gagawa nung adjustment...

ung patungkol sa audit na gawing public, eh di magfile sa 8888 hotline na isapubliko ung audit report... kaya mo nman yan... kasi may FOI sa executive branch... LP = Laking Lampa!

malamang sasabihin un ni Tugade dahil departamento nya un. normal instinct yan...

yang sinasabi mong ginagatasan ung issue ng Dalian train ay opinion mo lang yan... walang sustansya yan... tapos na ang hearing patungkol sa Dalian train...

may Sumitomo ng papasok pra sa maintenance ng mga tren...


kayong mga LickPwet, wag nyong gawing habit makinig kay mr. noted kiko pangilinan!

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 3:06 pm 
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pubringjuandelacruz wrote:
hay....

wala pa ring pinagbago lahi mo don robs!

nahawa ka na kay mullatz na lihisaysing!

tinatanong ko kung binida mo ung report ng Inquirer... nakalimutan mong itananong mo sa alter ego mo, kung sino "BA" talaga gagawa nung adjustment...

ung patungkol sa audit na gawing public, eh di magfile sa 8888 hotline na isapubliko ung audit report... kaya mo nman yan... kasi may FOI sa executive branch... LP = Laking Lampa!

malamang sasabihin un ni Tugade dahil departamento nya un. normal instinct yan...

yang sinasabi mong ginagatasan ung issue ng Dalian train ay opinion mo lang yan... walang sustansya yan... tapos na ang hearing patungkol sa Dalian train...

may Sumitomo ng papasok pra sa maintenance ng mga tren...


kayong mga LickPwet, wag nyong gawing habit makinig kay mr. noted kiko pangilinan!


ako pa ngayon me kinahawaan ha? :lol:

hindi mo pa rin na gets, tindi mo rin. :lol:

nag conclude ka na, na tama yung sinasabi ni Tugade. Paano mo masabi na tama sya na dapat i-shoulder ng Dalian ang adjustment when SIYA LANG ang nakakita ng audit report? The mere fact na sinasabi nya lang ito sa publiko, another propaganda lumalabas. kasi kung sa tingin nya na dapat ang Dalian mag shoulder, first he should have sent a formal request to the Dalian trains already, demanding that they pay for the "adjustment". and along with the demand is a copy of the audit report as proof. eh ang lalabas, magiging public din yan ang dokumento. so to avoid the public reading about the REAL CONTENTS of the audit report, nagpa press con sya at ganito DAW dapat mangyari: shoulder ng Dalian ang cost. Tugade is not really serious in asking Dalian to pay for the updates, he is just milking the issue again.

ngayon FOI naman ipapalusot mo? :lol:

ganyan ka na ba ka babaw mag isip? dahil lang gusto mo panigan si Tugade na ayaw pakita ang audit report, sasalihan mo na ng FOI narrative? :lol:

ang simple request lang naman is to release the audit document to the public. it should not be even a request, automatic na yan na isa publiko ang resulta. ano ba kinakatakutan nila ba't ayaw nila pakita sa publiko? bakit, involved ba ang NATIONAL SECURITY natin dyan? Or me tao bang pwede malagay sa alanganin ang buhay or seguridad, kaya dapat pa i-daan pa sa FOI? :lol:

the mere fact na ayaw ni Tugade i-release ang report sa public provides validity on my opinion and accusation na hindi makatotohanan ang sinasabi ni Tugade (not saying the whole truth, kung sa english). sabi mo pa nga "normal instinct" nya yun ni Tugade if we based itong "normal instinct" sa past actions nya sa Dalian train, it may likely be a wrong instinct. kasi me proof na, na ang katotohanan ay taliwas sa sinasabi nilang dalawa ni Grace Poe na hindi na pwede gamitin ang Dalian trains.

pubringjuandelacruz ka nga. you may not be pobre sa material things pero pobre ka sa thinking mo.

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wag nyo storbohin si Marimar nag ro-Roadtrip daw sa ngayon :lol: :lol:

grabe mga pa utot :lol:

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EDITORIAL - Rehab for the MRT 3

(The Philippine Star) - January 8, 2019 - 12:00am


After being booted out in favor of a well-connected gang that turned the Metro Rail Transit 3 service – if the criminal indictments are accurate – into a milking cow, Japan’s Sumitomo and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are back as maintenance providers of the MRT 3.

The two companies had designed and built the service, and later maintained it until 2012, when the deal was terminated and the contract awarded to a group with alleged links to the MRT 3 management and the then ruling Liberal Party.

The MRT 3 is a national embarrassment, a disaster waiting to happen, and a sad reminder of what corruption, as alleged in this case, can do to public services. A seat on an MRT 3 train has caught fire, sliding doors malfunction, the ceiling leaks, and the power supply bogs down regularly. It has become depressingly common to see MRT 3 passengers walking along the tracks because their ride broke down.

To this day the MRT 3 management finds it significant enough to report to the public whenever the service does not suffer a glitch for several weeks. Now the relief could yet be for the long term. The Department of Transportation has given the green light for the start of a three-year rehabilitation of the original 72 light rail vehicles by the provider, Sumitomo and Mitsubishi.

The two giant Japanese firms will be fixing not just the trains but also the railway, power supply, signaling, communications and catenary system, according to transport officials. During the rehabilitation, the companies may also take charge of the maintenance of 48 trains from China’s Dalian, which were procured during the previous administration.

The light rail services are popular but acutely inadequate to meet the needs of the service area. Instead of expanding to meet that need, the service has deteriorated over the years, and commuters have a long wait ahead for a dramatic improvement.

While the MRT 3 is in rehab, the judiciary and government prosecutors must move faster in resolving the criminal cases filed in connection with the light rail service. A resolution should serve as a strong deterrent against a repeat of the actions and omissions that led to the disastrous state of the MRT 3.

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