What’s your take on this?
Are you a commuter who feels inconvenienced by Makati City's implementation of a no loading/unloading policy for UV Express vehicles in its central business district? Well, tough luck, because it doesn't appear the situation is going to change any
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Regulators said on Thursday, October 1, that more UV Express routes are now allowed to reopen as public transportation gradually increases capacity during the general community quarantine.According to a memo adopted on September 11, and effective immediately after publication in a
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All units are to operate terminal-to-terminal; fare rate remains at P2/km
After saying two days ago that UV Express operations will be allowed to resume this coming week, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has now confirmed that a total of 980 units will be deployed to cover 47 routes beginning
The LTFRB made the clarifications during a recent hearing
Here's some good news for commuters in the metro: Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) chairman Martin Delgra has just announced that UV Express vehicles and traditional jeepneys will be allowed to resume operations in the capital starting next week.
‘We miss commuting.’ It’s kind of weird hearing yourself say that.
People say you don't know what you've got until it's gone. Well, it's been a good couple of weeks now since we last took public transportation and, for all the s*** the daily grind puts us through, and
It really does feel nostalgic
Hi, fellow commuters! Come on, admit it: Your morning and evening UV rides are so frustrating-and such a waste of precious time-that you sometimes listen to music and pretend like you're in a dramatic music video. Sure, the person
Fifteen units are already set to be deployed
The vehicles you see above are a handful of modernized Isuzu public utility vehicles (PUV) capable of accommodating up to 23 passengers, and boasting impressive space and modern features like automated fare collection and GPS tracking.Like what you see? Then you'
Will this really improve the Metro Manila traffic situation?
It looks like our traffic and transportation agencies have a new target: UV Express units loading and unloading passengers wherever they please.Earlier today, the Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) made Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 2019-025, which has
Drivers will no longer allowed to load and unload passengers between terminals
Like jeepneys, UV express service vehicles (UVs) cut from one lane to the other and load and unload passengers anywhere.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) plans on controlling such behavior through its issuance of Memorandum Circular (MC) No. 2019-
The suffering-in-silence majority
Ah, the pains of commuting in Metro Manila. FX, UV Express, LRT, MRT, jeepney--name it and I've commuted on it (except for the Pasig ferry and the Philippine National Railways, that is). The other day, I was struck with inspiration
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