Articles about Mass Transportation

This one will run from Alabang to Biñan
Mass public transport in the Philippines is no joke. If you think getting around the metro via bus, jeepney, taxi, or train is such a chore already, it gets even harder when you're traveling to and from the province.Recently, the
No room for bad driving habits
Consider this scenario: A student-operator of a light rail transit (LRT) slows down his train as he approaches the Recto Avenue Station in Manila to prepare for a full stop to pick up passengers.But even before the train driver was
Cute EV to undergo testing in Tokyo
Remember the Toyota i-Road? This EV is Toyota's three-wheel single-seater that's being used in cities like Tokyo for car-sharing. It's an environment-friendly way of getting in and around cramped urban spaces.Thanks to an
Let's keep our fingers crossed
Jeepneys. Love them or hate them, it looks like they're here to stay--at least for the foreseeable future. Problem is, a good lot of them are old, smoke-belching and hazardous rust buckets with undisciplined drivers who couldn't care
You can still catch the demo until July 28
We told you nearly two weeks ago that the Department of Science and Technology was going to hold a public demo of its new Hybrid Road Train at the SM Mall of Asia grounds. That is happening right now until July 28,
How convenient is it?
If you're one of the daily throng of commuters who take a ride on the LRT or the MRT, you'll be glad to know that convenience is on your way. Today, the Light Rail Transit Authority conducted a limited test
Good news for public transport
A large part of the worsening traffic situation in Metro Manila is the bad state of our public transport system. Without efficient and dependable mass transportation, people are left to acquire personal vehicles--whether cars or motorcycles--just to get around. Elevated
There is hope for sure
We\'ve seen cars evolve through the years. These vehicles continue to reap the benefits of research--getting more powerful, having more in-car entertainment and safety features, and becoming more fuel-efficient.This evolution cannot be found in our local mass
Will we go EV with our trikes?
What do the Tesla Model S and the blue tricycle above have in common? Don\'t shake your head just yet, and tell us we\'re comparing apples and durian.The e-tricycle in the photo--a prototype brought in from Japan
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