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MRT 3 Trace Web App | Contact Tracing Website | Metro Rail Transit Line 3

EASY. FAST. CONTACTLESS. Ito ang MRT-3 Trace! Goodbye sa manual forms at log sheets, welcome to paperless contact tracing!

Maaari nang mag-sign up sa bagong contact tracing web application ng MRT-3, ang "MRT-3 Trace," na dinevelop para sa mas mabilis na COVID-19 monitoring ng linya.

Ito ay para handa na ang mga pasahero sa soft launching ng app sa darating na Lunes, ika-18 ng Enero 2021.

Ang MRT-3 Trace ay isang web contact tracing application na maa-access gamit ang Google Chrome. Bukod sa MRT-3 Trace, maaari pa ring gumamit ng manual contact tracing forms ang mga pasahero upang makasakay ng tren.

Nakatakdang ilunsad ang full implementation ng MRT-3 Trace sa Pebrero 2021. 
Paano gamitin ang MRT-3 Trace? 



STEP 1. Para makapag-register sa app, kailangang mag-sign up sa trace.dotrmrt3.gov.ph. Sagutan ang mga impormasyong hinihingi upang makumpleto ang registration at tandaan ang password na inilagay.



STEP 2. Matapos mag-register, pwede nang mag-log in sa system gamit ang username (mobile number) at password. (Kung hindi pa naka-on ang geolocation ng iyong cellphone, maaaring mag-alert ang web browser na i-on ang location. Piliin lang ang Allow.)

Para ma-access ang contact tracing form, sa iyong profile, pindutin ang “Geo-Ride” o “Scan Ride.”



STEP 3. I-fill out ang contact tracing form. Piliin ang entry station at exit station, at ilagay ang iyong body temperature na base sa temperature check ng security guard sa MRT-3 station. I-click ang “No” o "Yes" kung nakararanas ng anumang sintomas ng COVID-19.



STEP 4. I-scan ang QR Code na nakapaskil sa entry station. I-allow ang camera, piliin kung gagamit ng front o rear camera, at i-click ang Start Scanning.

Ipakita lamang ang confirmation page sa MRT-3 personnel upang makapasok sa istasyon. 
Para mas madali ring ma-access ang MRT-3 Trace, maaari mo itong ilagay sa home screen ng cellphone. Gamit ang Google Chrome, pumunta lamang sa trace.dotrmrt3.gov.ph. I-click ang three dots sa bandang kanan ng address bar, at piliin ang "Add to Home screen." Mula sa home screen ng iyong cellphone, ay maaari nang ma-access ang MRT-3 Trace. 






In order to prevent the further transmission of COVID-19 and to ease the process of contact tracing, the MRT-3 will upgrade its manual contact tracing process to digitized process by soft launching the ‘MRT-3 Trace’ web application on 18 January 2021.

This is in support to the vision of Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur P. Tugade to digitize transaction processes, including contact tracing, in all transportation sectors to minimize the spread of the virus.

“MRT-3 Trace is a web application that will help us and the passengers avoid further transmission of the virus through direct contact between our commuters and personnel. It  will ease the process of contact tracing,  and thus, prevent long queues in stations,” MRT-3 Director for Operations Michael J. Capati said.

According to Dir. Capati, MRT-3 passengers will be given time to be introduced to the system and adapt to the new technology-based web application.

"Starting January 18, passengers may use the DOTr MRT-3 Trace. But to give time for our passengers to familiarize themselves with the new app, full implementation will be on February 2021," Dir. Capati said. 

To register, passengers may log at trace.dotrmrt3.gov.ph and fill out the basic information such as full name, birth date, address, and contact number.

After registration, the app user should activate his/her smartphone location services. When at the MRT-3, passengers need to scan the unique quick response (QR) code located at designated areas in the station.

The user will present the verification message to the security personnel before entering the station. 
All information gathered will be transmitted to the MRT-3’s Data Center for security and easy tracing of individuals. The MRT-3 Trace is compliant with Republic Act 1017 or the Data Privacy Act.
The web application is contactless and only requires a one-time registration for passengers to avoid duplicate accounts. The MRT-3 Trace registration is free.

For passengers who do not have smartphones, they can opt to manually fill-out the health declaration forms provided by the security personnel upon entering the station. 

The MRT-3 Trace is a technology-based contact tracing web application developed by the MRT-3 Support Division personnel which aims to speed up the tedious manual contact tracing process and to avoid direct contact between the passengers and MRT-3 personnel.


MRT 3 Trace Web App | Contact Tracing Website |  Metro Rail Transit Line 3
MRT 3 Trace Web App | Contact Tracing Website |  Metro Rail Transit Line 3

MANILA, Philippines — The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 will launch a web application on Jan. 18 that would allow the MRT-3 to make the process of contact tracing easier to curb the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said yesterday.


To register, passengers are instructed to log at trace.dotrmrt3.gov.ph and activate their smartphone location. The MRT-3 Trace registration is free.


Passengers without smartphones may still fill out the contact tracing forms.


The agency said the web application requires a one-time registration for passengers to avoid duplicate accounts. 


When at the MRT-3, passengers need to scan the unique quick response code located at designated areas in the station and present the verification message to security personnel before entering the station.


The DOTr said all information gathered would be transmitted to the MRT-3’s data center.


“MRT-3 Trace is a web application that will help us and the passengers avoid further transmission of the virus through direct contact between our commuters and personnel. It will ease the process of contact tracing, and thus, prevent long queues in stations,” MRT-3 director for operations Michael Capati said.

“But to give time for our passengers to familiarize themselves with the new app, full implementation will be in February 2021,” he said.


MRT3 TRACE - FAQs


Why do I need to register?
  • Due to the pandemic COVID19, it will be used for contact tracing.
How do I register?
  • Click on the sign up button and fill in the necessary details
What devices are compatible with this application?
  • As it is a web-based application, any device with a web browser (Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or default browser from the device) is compatible.
Why do I need to use web browser? Why not a mobile app?
  • Web-based application can be used regardless of device type (Android or iPhone).
If I change my mobile number, do I need to I need to register again?
  • You will need to register again, as if you need to be contacted, you will be contacted through the number you provided
If I use a different phone, do I need to register again?
  • As long as you are still using the same mobile number, you don’t have to register with a different device
I have a basic phone, can I use this application?
  • Unfortunately, the application requires a web browser. If that is not possible, you can still register through the manual process
Do I have to type the address to the application every time I access it?
  • You only need to access the web application once through the Web browser. If you have Google Chrome, there is an option to add the page to the home screen.
What if I don't have google chrome?
  • Other web browsers also have option to add page shortcut to the home screen
Won't registration within the MRT3 station will create delays & longer lines?
  • We highly encourage passengers to register from home, as the Sign in and filling out of the Form can be accomplished within a brief period.
I don't know how to operate a browser or a smartphone, what to I do?
  • We will provide a video tutorial that will demonstrate how the web application works. The web application itself is easy to use, and is user friendly and intuitive.




DEVICE ESSENTIAL 

Geolocation
  • The application utilizes Geolocation ensuring that the commuter is within the identified premises of the MRT3 Stations
QR Code
  • QR Codes are posted within MRT3 stations to securely confirm submission of data



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