“Wala na po talagang disiplina”
The debate rages on as to whether or not cracking down on EDSA's bus terminals will be beneficial to the state of Metro Manila's traffic.On one hand, there are those who say doing so will help bring some semblance
That didn’t last long
Well, that didn't last long. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it is suspending the dry run of its provincial bus ban along EDSA.What's the reason for the bus ban's suspension? According to MMDA general
Good riddance
Are you tired of provincial buses stopping dead in their tracks in front of you to drop off passengers? Well, we have some good news for you: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that provincial buses loading and unloading passengers
Will this improve the flow of traffic?
Provincial buses clogging certain parts of EDSA might soon be a thing of the past.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that a resolution "prohibiting the issuance of business permits to all public-utility bus terminals and operators and other
Green Frog Hybrid Bus Company ends honesty payment system due to non-paying passengers
We all wish for better things for our country-better roads, better traffic management, better public transport, and so on. It's normal, really. But every now and then, we hear a story that reminds us what we have might sometimes be
Private cars are being flagged down, too
Yesterday, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander (and resident tough guy) Bong Nebrija shared a video showing enforcers strictly, er, enforcing the yellow-lane rule on buses along EDSA.The video, which has since gone viral, was a breath of
They can be distracting to all parties
Can public utility vehicles (PUV) roll around town plastered in political ads? It's an especially busy time for advertising now that it's campaign season. According to the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB), yes they can.The government agency
According to the Department of Transportation
The Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) began operations on November 5, and in its early days, it is apparently garnering mixed reviews from passengers-some of whom are still unfamiliar with the bus routes terminate at, pass through, and depart from
Keep them coming
Some good news, and just in time for the holiday transport rush, too: P2P bus service provider Ube Express has opened several new routes from Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).These buses will ferry
Southerners rejoice!
Has anyone else here tried a P2P bus service? If not, we think you should give one a shot: It's clean and convenient, and a new route is added every couple of weeks. The latest one is from Century City in
Its inauguration is today
If you take public transportation, chances are you've been paying attention to the construction of the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX). You know, the modern transport hub being built down south.No? Well, you should be. The Department of Transportation (
In support of PUV modernization
Among the cars, vans, and SUVs on display at this year's Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS), Daewoo is holding its own with its lineup of 'clean and green' buses, trucks, and even a jeepney. Columbian Manufacturing Corporation (CMANC), the country's
First jeepneys, now buses
Public transport is becoming more expensive all around. Yesterday, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) signed off on the increase of the minimum jeepney fare from P8 to P10. Now, the government body has done the same for buses.According
Is this the right move?
Have you noticed an increase in traffic on EDSA lately? If your answer is yes, it might be because the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) quietly lifted its provincial bus ban on the busy thoroughfare late in September.Yes, provincial buses can
Happy Elderly Filipino Week!
It's not easy being a senior commuter out there--especially in our age of non-stop road works and continually worsening traffic. If you're having a hard time dealing with your daily commute, just imagine how much more
South residents, take note
Point-to-point (P2P) buses are fast becoming the preferred daily transport option for a lot of people. Sure, we love using and driving our cars, but with traffic getting increasingly worse, something has to give. We give all the credit in
Can scan e-tickets. Will service 200,000 passengers a day
Remember that modern transport hub being built in Parañaque we reported last month? Well, it's almost complete and the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has released a bunch of photos to prove it.Just how close is this government project
Good news for commuters
Well, it's that time of year again. The holiday traffic nightmare is beginning to ramp up, and if you're planning to head to the airport for a little rest and relaxation out of town, you better plan accordingly.
New P2P bus began operations on September 4
Remember last month's story on the new UBE Express P2P bus route between Araneta Center and the various Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) terminals? Here's some good news for the QC peeps: The service was formally launched on
It's 96% complete
No, what you're seeing isn't a transportation hub in a First World country like Singapore or Japan. This project is actually in the Philippines, and it's almost ready to serve commuters.The photos above and below-taken by Department
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