Articles about Bus Rapid Transit

The government just broke ground for the new public transportation project today
A couple of years back, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced that it was targeting the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) to begin operations within 2021. If you take a look at what transpired since, though, it's clear that things didn'
Once fully operational, the busway is expected to serve 60,000 passengers daily
New traffic lights aren't the only developments Cebuanos can look forward to this year. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has just announced that it is eyeing the partial operability of the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) within 2021.The agency ordered
It can fit 300 passengers
The tiring ordeal of riding a bus is just one of the many woes that commuters face every single day. Oftentimes the lines are long, the buses are jam-packed, and rarely do they run on time. In attempt to help solve
And takes potshot at Chinese brands
BJ Mercantile, the official distributor and service partner of the Scania brand of trucks in the Philippines, has laid out its plans for the local market in the coming years.While the opening of the first Scania showroom, located on EDSA in
Set at P9.48 billion
Nearly three months after the National Economic and Development Authority confirmed the Cebu bus rapid transit project as one of seven new infrastructure projects of the government, the Department of Budget and Management has approved its funding strategy for P9.48 billion."
It could reduce travel time by as much as 40%
Senator Bam Aquino has thrown his support behind the bus rapid transit system for Cebu that's being planned by the Department of Transportation and Communications, saying that it will serve as an "efficient, safe and modern transport model" that can help
From Quezon Circle to Manila City Hall
After getting the National Economic Development Authority's approval last May to construct the country's first bus rapid transit system in Cebu, the Department of Transportation and Communications is now proposing to build a similar system that will serve the Quezon
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