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More buses will be deployed to augment the reduced train capacity
After 127 depot employees and rail workers tested positive for COVID-19, the MRT-3 could see a reduced number of operational trains beginning Monday, July 6. Currently, some 16 to 19 trains are deployed daily, with each accommodating a maximum of
Ride-hailing motorcycle companies are not about to throw in the towel
The beleaguered motorcycle-taxi companies are not ready to give up despite the government's continuing ban on their operations under general community quarantine.Knowing there are thousands of motorcycle-taxi riders who've now been deprived of their livelihood, Citimuber has
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After allowing UV Express vehicles back on the road again, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has now released the specific guidelines for the resumption of operations of traditional jeepneys in Metro Manila under general community quarantine (GCQ).According to
This covers all of Ayala’s car and motorcycle brands
Still thinking twice about driving to the casa to have your car serviced? Don't worry, we're sure you're not alone. This COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and it's understandable if you're still wary of heading
This is the future
If you're a motorist thinking of making the jump to cashless transactions, you'll be hard pressed to find a better time to shift to RFID tech than now.The NLEX Corporation is upgrading its radio frequency identification (RFID) systems to
The event organizers are now also looking to sell the show’s assets
After weeks of speculation, we finally have confirmation about the 2021 Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS), and it's not good news. The event's organizers have officially announced that the next iteration of the show won't take place until 2022.
The company has competed in the race for the past 12 years
One carmaker will noticeably be absent from this year's 24 Hours Nürburgring.Subaru Tecnica International (STI), which has participated in the race since it first joined the series in 2008, has announced that it will not be participating in the
The industry is still alive and kicking
Little by little, the automotive industry is beginning to show signs of life following a tumultuous first half of the year due to COVID-19.The Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS), one of the largest events of its kind in the region,
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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
It’s quite an interesting video
One of the Pasig City local government's (LGU) recent noteworthy efforts is putting up bike lanes around the city. Earlier this month, Mayor Vico Sotto revealed the LGU's plans to establish a 'High Priority Bicycle Corridor.'You may have observed
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.
Up to 65% in savings on maintenance services are up for grabs
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has launched yet another promo this month, but this time it caters not to all Toyota customers in general but to a specific group of people: Grab drivers and operators.Through its new 'Up For Grab' promo, TMP
These aren’t overtaking lanes or parking spaces, guys
The streets of Metro Manila have undergone some big changes in the last month alone. Local government units of various cities and districts have started establishing dedicated bicycle lanes to open up more options for commuters around the capital.But while this
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In case you missed it, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) recently gave the go signal for modern jeepneys to resume operations in the city under general community quarantine. The routes, however, only cover Metro Manila for the most part,
An initial 308 units will serve 15 routes in Metro Manila
An initial 308 modern jeepneys will hit the road again beginning today, June 22, as confirmed by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board via its Memorandum Circular No. 2020-023, released on June 19. The 308 units will cover 15 routes
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The units will go to hospitals in Metro Manila and Laguna
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has been pretty busy recently, what with the launch of the new Wigo and the imminent arrival of the Kinto car-leasing program. But even so, the carmaker hasn't let up on its COVID-19 response and
It's part of the Build, Build, Build program.
The Philippines will receive a $2.35 billion (P117.8 billion) loan from Japan's aid arm Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) at low-interest rates for building infrastructure and COVID-19 response.On June 16, Department of Finance Secretary Carlos G.
A win for pedestrians, too
Many hardworking Pinoys are riding bicycles to and from the workplace, as public transportation remains limited amid the coronavirus outbreak.Because of the surge of cyclists nationwide, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have begun constructing
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