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In areas under Alert Level 1 and 2
The government eased up on public-transport restrictions a few weeks back by bringing the operating capacity of PUVs back up to 70% and removing the plastic-barrier requirement. The loosening up continues, as members of the vulnerable population are now allowed
Money will be distributed via the LTFRB’s Pantawid Pasada Program
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) recently made clear that it will not be enforcing a fare hike to help PUV drivers cope with the rising fuel prices. The agency said it will instead look into other solutions, such as financial aid.Now,
The LTFRB, on the other hand, will stick to online transactions
Metro Manila and the provinces of Laguna and Bataan shifted to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) over the weekend. As quarantine restrictions loosen up a bit, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) has decided to resume operations in these MECQ areas.According to
Will this help keep COVID-19 at bay?
It looks like authorities have come up with another game plan to keep commuters safe from the COVID-19 pandemic.Earlier today, presidential adviser Joey Concepcion bared that he recently met with Department of Transportation (DOTr) head Arthur Tugade to discuss implementing
The agencies’ Service Contracting Program will also be stopped temporarily
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has been offering free rides to authorized persons outside of residence (APORs) since the start of this pandemic through its Libreng Sakay Program. Unfortunately, the agency will have to stop the implementation of this program-temporarily, at
Let’s hope this doesn’t fall on deaf ears
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) wants public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers to know that cyclists and pedestrians have priority over their trips when it comes to road usage.In a Facebook post, the agency shared the contents of its
Have you used this?
Commuters, take note: If you plan on taking any public utility vehicle (PUV) during the COVID-19 pandemic, you better have the StaySafe app installed on your smartphone.In a Facebook post, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) announced that
In addition, 250 new routes will be activated
Those who have to take public transportation during the ongoing pandemic might have an easier time finding rides soon, as the Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has announced that it is set to deploy thousands of more jeepneys and buses
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Greater Manila is already under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), and as expected, there have been concerns regarding the availability of public transport especially for essential workers.To help address the situation, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is rolling out
Have you tried a modernized jeepney yet?
Another operator has joined the country's shift to modernized PUVs.Byahe is a new PUV operator that hopes to bring safe and convenient commuting to the Filipino public. The company recently launched 21 new modern jeepneys equipped with cashless capabilities in
The agency has already issued a memo
Commuters must pay only for the load amount on their tap-to-pay cards for public transport, and should not be charged for securing or using the cards, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has announced. The policy directive from the
Other modes of cashless transactions are available, the agency says
If you've been following the news on the shift to contactless payment systems for public transport, you already know that the process has so far been far from smooth.The 'no Beep card, no ride' policy of the EDSA Busway officially
Time to get your Beep cards
Still don't have a Beep card? If you're a regular on the Department of Transportation's (DOTr) new EDSA Busway system, you're going to need one before October 1, 2020.In a statement, the DOTr reminded commuters that the
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