Good news for Makati City and Mandaluyong City residents: The Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has launched a new e-jeepney route that will ferry passengers between the two cities.
A total of 15 E-Sakay units will ferry commuters from MRT Buendia Station to Mandaluyong City Hall via Jupiter Street in Makati City. The route’s operating hours will be from
All E-Sakay e-jeepneys are 100% electric and can travel up to 100km on a full charge (which takes about eight to 10 hours). These vehicles also come equipped with modern features such as free Wi-Fi, automated fare systems, CCTV cameras, speed limiters, and USB ports for charging electronic devices.
Considering how bad traffic is in both cities these days, ditching a car in favor of public transport isn’t an idea that sounds as bad as it used to be. Would you be willing to commute via one of these e-jeepneys on a daily basis?