Articles about Department Of Transportation And Communications

Say no to overpriced airport taxi
The government is finally providing an alternative to the detestable overpriced airport taxis that prey upon desperate travelers. NAIA terminals 1, 2 and 3 are now offering a 24-hour premium airport bus service. A number of them are now fully operational,
Hassle-free travel for the handicapped
Finally, it looks like the government has taken note of the plight of disabled commuters. The government has announced that PWD-friendly public buses are now plying routes as part of its point-to-point (P2P) bus service fleet.The special buses
New TNC wants to file 'criminal charges'
A few days ago, we published a story about u-Hop, a promising new concept that aims to offer commuters a more convenient mass-transport alternative in the form of premium shuttles. Well, if any of you guys are looking forward to
Minimum-age requirement raised
The Land Transportation Office will be making revisions to the existing rules and regulations for those applying for both professional (PDL) and non-professional driver's licenses (NPDL), as well as student permits (SP) and conductor's licenses. Several administrative orders will
Shipment to take place on July 29
When the Department of Transportation and Communications recently announced a new and modern "tap-and-go" ticketing system for the LRT-2, people complained that the light-rail transit service needed more trains, not a high-tech ticketing process.The public will
How convenient is it?
If you're one of the daily throng of commuters who take a ride on the LRT or the MRT, you'll be glad to know that convenience is on your way. Today, the Light Rail Transit Authority conducted a limited test
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