Articles about Jeepney

What are your thoughts on this idea?
Filipino commuters may be in for more expenses if local transport groups get their way.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has bared that it received a proposal to impose rush hour surge pricing for traditional and modern jeepneys.The
Do you take this often?
The UP Ikot is one of the main arteries in the state university's transportation scene, serving as a vital mode of transportation not just for the institution's staff and students, but for visitors as well.That said, the service's
Prepare your wallets
This is bad news for commuters-but frankly, we all saw it coming.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is gearing up to approve major fare hikes for public utility vehicles next week. This news follows reports of a sizable
This is for all regions of the country
Weeks after a P1 provisional fare hike for jeepneys in NCR and Regions III and IV was approved, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is now rolling out further increases.Effective July 1, 2022, the minimum jeepney fare across the
In an effort to improve traffic flow
Traffic jams aren't just limited to Metro Manila, you know. It's a common problem for urban centers across the entire country-including Angeles City in Pampanga, which will soon ban public utility jeepneys (PUJ) from entering major roads to address
Easier said than done
At the rate local fuel prices are going up these days, it's hard to blame public utility vehicle (PUV) operators and drivers that take a step back from plying routes. Authorities, though, are appealing to jeepneys to take one for the
The minimum fare is now P10
The Land Transport Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has approved a P1 provisional fare hike for public utility jeepneys operating in the National Capital Region (NCR), Region III, and Region IV. The increase, which brings up the minimum jeepney fare to P10
It doesn’t look easy
The next time you're bummed and sweaty inside a jeepney on the way to work or school, remember: The person behind the wheel is stuck there for the entire day trying to earn a living.Kapuso actor Dingdong Dantes recently got
Despite the continuous fuel-price hikes
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) previously denied the petition to increase the base jeepney fare from P9 to P14. While another hearing on the matter will be held tomorrow, fuel prices have already gone further up since the initial
How much are you paying for rides these days?
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) is making it clear: Overcharging is a big no-no, even with the way fuel prices are surging these days.The agency recently cracked down on overcharging jeepneys in Quezon City and Pasig City,
Is this the right call?
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has made its decision: There will be no change to the minimum P9 jeepney fare despite rising fuel costs.According to a report by CNN Philippines, the agency made the announcement following a hearing
Take note, commuters
It's official: Metro Manila will be placed under Alert Level 1 starting Tuesday, March 1. One of the biggest changes with the new restrictions is regarding public transportation.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) confirmed that all public utility vehicles (PUVs)
In light of the skyrocketing fuel prices
The continuous skyrocketing of fuel prices has been extremely hard for public utility jeepney (PUJ) drivers and operators. In light of this, transport groups are now calling on the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) to implement a temporary fare hike
And how many stops did it take to get there?
Arguably at the top of tourist-y things Pinoys do when in San Francisco is snap a pic with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background-a vibe that US-based artist Toro y Moi served up when he dropped the cover
Tests will only be done on all consenting and volunteering passengers
As of today, Metro Manila is now under Alert Level 3. For its part, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) is making adjustments to the current public-transportation guidelines. Commuters, take note.The agency has decided to retain the 70% passenger capacity in
A custom vehicle that can put a smile on anyone’s face
The iconic jeepney has taken many forms throughout the years. Arguably one of the most interesting versions, however, is Jeepito.Our assistant managing editor Jason Tulio says it sounds like the man who created Pinocchio (ha...), but it's actually the 'World'
There are no medical findings that support their continued use
Last week, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced that public utility vehicles (PUVs) may return to plying routes at 70% capacity beginning November 4. This, however, isn't the only change commuters can expect when they head out on Thursday.The agency
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