In July, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) bared that it is working on rolling out a new automated fare collection system (AFCS) to streamline cashless payments in public modes of transportation. The budget? A whopping P4.5 billion.That is a pretty
The mass transport system in Metro Manila has lately been the subject of public scrutiny. As the lines at the MRT-3 and the EDSA Carousel stations pile up, concerned government agencies are now desperate to find a solution.In the midst
Cebu City has equipped one of its major transport hubs, the South Bus Terminal, with a new cashless payment option: tap cards. A newly launched automated ticketing system will give passengers the capability to use reloadable cards as part of the city'
A proof-of-concept was recently presented to the DOTr
The Department of Transportation's (DOTr) efforts to shift to automated fare-collection systems (AFCS) amid the ongoing pandemic hasn't been smooth-sailing if we're being honest. That said, the agency is bent on finding new options on its quest
Are you willing to use this mode of payment on public transport?
Back in October, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) confirmed that they will conduct pilot testing of a new automated fare-collection system (AFCS) in the first quarter of 2021. Well, it looks like the
The agency will take on this project along with the Land Bank of the Philippines
It's been one fiasco after another for commuters throughout this entire COVID-19 pandemic. The latest one comes in the form of the automated fare-collection system (AFCS) that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is requiring for the EDSA Busway.This