MANILA, Philippines – The Pasig River Ferry Service (PRFS) has resumed operations after restore works on broken pontoons as a result of onslaught of Storm Ulysses have been accomplished, the Metropolitan Manila Improvement Authority (MMDA) mentioned.
In an announcement on Wednesday, the MMDA mentioned the operational stations are Pinagbuhatan in Pasig Metropolis; Guadalupe in Makati Metropolis; Hulo in Mandaluyong Metropolis; Lambingan, Sta. Ana, Polytechnic College of the Philippines (PUP), Escolta and Lawton in Manila Metropolis.
The Ferry service will function from Monday to Saturday, from 6 am to six pm, the MMDA added.
“For the security of the passengers in opposition to the Coronavirus Illness 2019 unfold, the PRFS is implementing well being and security protocols, corresponding to sporting of face protect and face masks, temperature examine, and observing the bodily distancing contained in the ferry stations and boats,” the company mentioned.
“Passengers should refill a manifest kind and commuter data sheet earlier than boarding,” it added.
The MMDA beforehand suspended the operations of the ferry service after pontoons or docking platforms for boats have been broken on the top of Storm “Ulysses” two weeks in the past.