Articles about Edsa Busway

These will provide safe walkways for commuters entering the EDSA Busway stations
We have some welcome news to start the week for you, commuters: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has just announced that new footbridges will soon rise along EDSA to complement the current Busway system.These bridges will provide walkways not just for
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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
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