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Screenings at these drive-in cinemas will run from August to October
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
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
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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
Other stories include the possible resumption of jeepney, motorcycle-taxi operations
A technical working group is tasked to draft healthy protocols
With mounting pressure not only from local government units and motorcycle companies but the riding public as well, Malacañang has finally given a thumbs up to lift the ban on backriding.Presidential spokesman Atty. Harry Roque has announced that President Rodrigo
Local operations will be affected
No one in the transport sector has been left unaffected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not even the Southeast Asia's largest ride-hailing firm, Grab.In a statement released earlier today, the company's CEO Anthony Tan announced that around 5%
LalaJeep is now available for your heavy-hauling needs
Amid the continuing jeepney ban under the general community quarantine, jeepney drivers based in Quezon City finally get a reprieve: Lalamove and the Quezon City local government have launched LalaJeep, to provide a more affordable option especially for businesses that rely on
A party-list solon is the latest to propose this to the IATF
It seems the pronouncement by President Rodrigo Duterte to uphold the ban on 'backriding' or pillion riding hasn't been enough to put the issue to rest. In fact, more government officials are joining the bandwagon in pushing for its partial liftingAng
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Carmakers and other businesses have been opening their doors to customers as majority of the country transitions to general community quarantine or modified general community quarantine.Hino Motors Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, has also
The local government is also setting up bike lanes on major roads
Dedicated bike lanes will soon be a feature of major thoroughfares in Davao City, but along with this comes a requirement for local bicyclists: bike registration."Registration is important to be used in litigation when road accidents involving bicycle and its rider
Multiple signs and markers have been installed all around the terminal
As you may have heard by now, new bus routes in Metro Manila have just been added by the Department of Transportation and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) under this general community quarantine. The agencies have also made it
Due to low production volumes
One of the biggest names in sports-car manufacturing is hurting following COVID-19's impact on sales.According to a report by Reuters, Aston Martin has announced plans to cut up to 500 jobs due to low production levels. The carmaker
“The law is harsh, but we have to implement it”
Will we see a clash between the executive department and some local government units (LGU) over the implementation of the pillion riding ban? Earlier today, President Rodrigo Duterte threw his all-out support behind the Department of the Interior and Local Government'
Good news, commuters
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will add new bus routes starting tomorrow, June 5. This move aims to help more employees get to work, as businesses have resumed operations under general community quarantine (
What now?
The public had been asking the government to allow backriders on motorcycles even before this general community quarantine (GCQ) period began. This wasn't even for livelihood purposes-this was just so citizens could have more options to get around the city,
Do you think other LGUs should follow suit?
While residents of Metro Manila are pleading for 'backriding' or pillion riding to be allowed amid the current public transport shortage, Governor Gwendolyn Garcia of the Province of Cebu has issued an executive order allowing it under general community quarantine (GCQ)-a
The project is being fast-tracked
Are you one of the many commuters who have shifted to riding a bicycle as your primary means of transport? We know riding conditions are far from ideal right now, but hang in there-several projects and initiatives are in the works
Is this the way?
To say that Metro Manila's public transportation is strained as authorities try to combat the spread of COVID-19 is a massive understatement. Yesterday, the first day of general community quarantine in Metro Manila, many commuters were left confused and helpless
Did you take public transport yesterday?
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is looking into allowing jeepneys to operate during general community quarantine (GCQ) areas earlier than planned-but it will still depend on the need for public transportation options."Kung hindi sufficient yung bus na yan, ang next
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