Commuters, rejoice
We have some good news for commuters this week: In a recent press conference, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced that the free MRT-3 rides has been extended.The program, which was originally supposed to end on May 30, has now
You won’t be allowed on board unless you follow the rules
Filipinos can bring their pets aboard MRT-3 trains provided that guidelines are met, the train line's management has reiterated. Need to travel by train with your pet? Take note of the following:ALSO READ:Grab now lets you travel with
Rent by Grab is now available in select cities in Metro Manila
In dire need of a new transport solution in Metro Manila? Check this out: Grab Philippines' newest car-rental service, Rent by Grab.The company is rolling this new service out in partnership with Hertz PH. It aims to "provide a more
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
Let’s hope these images aren’t too good to be true
Look, we love Metro Manila, but it isn't exactly a stinging beacon of what a modern city is supposed to be. It's congested, polluted, and a major pain in the ass to navigate-all qualities the San Miguel Corporation (SMC)
There’s always room for improvement
Well, it's May 2022. You know what that means: Not long from now, the country will be welcoming in a new government.Whoever wins is going to need to have their head on straight-and as motorists and commuters, we hope
It should be easier to book rides soon
How has your ride-hailing experience been ever since Metro Manila shifted to Alert Level 1? If you've been having a difficult time booking rides, your life might soon become a whole lot easier.The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (
Were you one of the commuters who enjoyed the free train rides?
It's a good thing the Department of Transportation (DOTr) decided to extend the MRT-3's Libreng Sakay program, because it appears a lot of commuters get to benefit from it.According to the agency, in the first month of the
Despite reports saying otherwise
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has once again addressed the issue of window hours for provincial buses within Metro Manila.In a statement, the agency said it has received reports of deputy presidential spokesperson Michael Ablan saying provincial bus
Have you taken advantage of this yet?
Metro Manila commuters are in for more savings this May as the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has announced an extension of the MRT-3's Libreng Sakay program.Free rides for commuters on the MRT-3 rail line will now last until
What a mess
The implementation of this new window-hour operating scheme for provincial buses has been off to a messy start. Last week, massive crowds and stranded commuters at bus terminals became a common sight.Surely, there must be something wrong with the system.
Provincial buses were only supposed to operate 24/7 in the metro until April 19
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has already made some clarifications regarding the operation of provincial buses in Metro Manila. Now, it's the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) turn to say its piece.In its latest advisory, the
The LTFRB has issued a clarification
Provincial buses are officially back in Metro Manila, although the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has only limited operations to a window from 10pm to 5am. There appears to be some confusion regarding this, however, and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory
The project’s progress was affected greatly by the pandemic
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) initially planned to begin partial operations of the government's big-ticket railway projects by 2022. However, it appears things aren't going as smoothly as planned.According to a report by Philstar.com, the DOTr has
The two companies have teamed up to enable cashless transactions for commuters
Provincial bus company Victory Liner has entered a new partnership with PayMaya to enable new modes of payment for commuters. Through this tieup, passengers will be able to book trips through the company's website and pay tickets via PayMaya-or with
515 buses will be providing free rides to commuters starting today
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) have confirmed the return of the Libreng Sakay program for the EDSA Busway.The announcement was made following the approval of the Service Contracting Program Phase III. Said
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