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What do you think?
Our public transportation system left much to be desired even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Now? Circumstances outside of our control have magnified its flaws even more.At least one member of Congress believes that service contracting is the answer to
Offices in identified MECQ areas will remain closed until August 18, 2020
Modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) guidelines are back in effect as of today, August 4. Certain businesses are still allowed to continue operations under MECQ, but some government agencies must temporarily suspend operations once again in compliance with the stricter quarantine protocols.
Drivers are required to display a QR code
Commuters will have more means of getting around during general community quarantine after regulators gave 1,943 public utility jeepneys the go-ahead to ply 17 new routes in Metro Manila.Before the go signal from the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory
Is this a good idea?
Last week, we questioned whether or not the concrete barriers lining EDSA-which have been involved in dozens of accidents since their implementation-are such a good idea. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) seems to think so, as the agency has decided
Perhaps both?
The EDSA bus barrier has both its proponents and detractors. On one hand, their presence brings some semblance of order to the whole EDSA Busway setup being implemented by the Department of Transportation (DOTr), and gives authorities a chance to make examples
The facility was shut last week
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board said its central office resumed operations last Monday, July 20, for transactions that can't be done online. The facility was closed last week after several employees tested positive for the coronavirus.Health guidelines and
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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
All the latest updates especially for those who regularly use public transport
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
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.
For rail replacement works
Attention MRT-3 regulars (or what's left of those who take the train, anyway): The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced the train line will be suspending operations for a handful of weekends from July to September.The affected weekends will
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
Are you willing to shift to cashless?
The days of cash payments inside PUVs might be numbered.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) have teamed up with PayMaya to provide PUV operators with more cashless payment options. The move is in line
To allow for easier contact tracing within public transport systems
While the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) has allowed businesses in Metro Manila to reopen (albeit at limited capacities), there are still some services that remain unavailable such as public transport.At the moment, PUVs have only resumed operating in general community
The delivery of relief goods has been hampered by supply shortage
Uh oh
Note: The image above is a file photo from our archives.Metro Manila's community quarantine period is off to a rough and possibly dangerous start.Commuters in some areas of the nation's capital were greeted this morning by large crowds
The LTFRB lists designated terminals for PUVs going in and out of the capital
The government had made a number of further clarifications regarding the Metro Manila quarantine over the weekend.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) recently released its social-distancing guidelines for all modes of public transport. Now, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (
No jeepneys, buses, taxis, or trains will be allowed to operate at full capacity
Commuters, drivers, and PUV operators, take note: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has released the latest social-distancing guidelines for all modes of public transport amidst the current COVID-19 code red sublevel 2 situation in Metro Manila.If you've been
Commuters are the hardest hit in this situation
Do you take the bus regularly? Chances are you're probably thinking twice about boarding one now on account of the country's COVID-19 scare. Sadly, this news isn't going to help put your mind at ease.To help halt
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