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LRT2 stations in Santolan to Anonas to reopen by June

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The Light Rail Transit Line 2 (LRT-2) plans to reopen its Santolan to Anonas stations by June for partial operations.

Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) Administrator Reynaldo Berroya said repairs are underway for the two stations to resume operations, albeit only to a certain extent.

"By June, magkakaroon tayo ng mga pagbabago. Marerestore 'yung mga operation between Santolan and Cubao in a certain extent," he told reporters during a press conference in Pasay City.

Three stations of the LRT2 -- Santolan, Katipunan, and Anonas -- have been shut down since October, after two rectifiers got damaged by a fire incident.

According to Berroya, the delay in the resumption of operations is due to the timeframe of acquiring new electrifiers for the rail system.

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