Articles about Beep Card

Refrain from buying from these unauthorized resellers, commuters
You can do it over the counter or online
Beep cards can be topped up at any LRT or MRT station as well as at passenger terminals of transport partners. Over-the-counter reloading is also available at select Ministop branches. Card holders may also reload through self-service kiosks around
You can apply for an extension 90 days before or after the original expiry date
Did you know you can extend the validity of your Beep card for one more year before it expires? I used to be a regular commuter and yet I didn't know about this, so I'm guessing this could be news
Uh oh
As if commuters didn't have enough to worry about already, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has bared that it is trying to address a looming Beep card shortage right before the start of face-to-face classes.In a statement, the
Extra convenience is always appreciated
It looks like Beep card users are going to have an easier time topping up their cards for their daily commute.PayMaya and Beep card operator AF Payments have teamed up to provide Filipinos with a more convenient way to pay for
The project launches with Master Siomai as the first partner merchant
The Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) is making even more changes for LRT-1 commuters. After recently revealing its QR-based ticketing system, LRMC has announced that Beep cards may now be used to pay kiosks at LRT-1 stations.The first
It’s been a very, very long year
You've probably heard this dozens of times before already, but we'll say it again: It's been a long year. A lot of things happened throughout the course of 2020, from the beginning of January right until these last few
Passengers can use these to update their Beep cards after reloading online
The 'one seat apart' policy for all modes of public transport begins today, October 19, as the government strives to revitalize the economy by allowing more businesses to open and more people to get to work. The new guideline allows a higher
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
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
Thank you
The first couple of days of the EDSA Busway's 'No Beep card, no ride' policy was anything but smooth. Confusion surrounding the tap-to-pay card itself and, perhaps more important, the added cost commuters had to shoulder led to widespread
The agency’s service provider has refused to waive the Beep card’s costs
Things are starting to get a bit messy along EDSA. Not because of heavy traffic, but because of the whole automatic fare-collection system (AFCS) policy that the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is requiring for the EDSA Busway.Following all the hullabaloo
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
The DOTr gives us some clarifications
The EDSA Busway has gone cashless. In case you missed it, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) recently began implementing the contactless payment policy, and frankly, things haven't been smooth going during these early days since.But apart from the mad rush
Seems like there are still a few kinks to sort out
The goal of the 'no Beep card, no ride' policy for the EDSA Busway system was to improve the implementation of social distancing among commuters and minimize the physical exchange of money to slow down COVID-19.By the looks of these
This would be appreciated
In case you haven't been paying attention, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is aggressively pursuing a cashless future for the country's transportation system. Everything from buses to expressways are expected to shift to contactless modes of payment as the year
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