Articles about Public Utility Vehicle

Hopefully no one gets special treatment
Do you feel that local transportation officials aren't in tune with the plight of working-class Filipino commuters? If your answer to this question is yes, then you're going to love this.According to a report by ABS-CBN News,
Are these the future of commuting?
Just recently, the government launched its plans to bring public utility vehicles (PUVs) to the modern age, upgrading them to meet with local and international standards. Its a good way to make some, and let's be honest here, outdated modes of
You can now Viber images for proof
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board has just put up its new 24/7 hotline, via which commuters can report drivers or operators of public-utility vehicles committing any unbecoming behavior or conduct. Everything from rudeness to defective meters, you can
Will it improve traffic in Quiapo area?
Effective today, the city government of Manila is implementing express lanes on Quezon Boulevard, both northbound and southbound.Southbound vehicles headed for Lawton are advised to keep left to go up the Quezon Bridge in Quiapo, while public-utility vehicles are advised
One small step for progress
The Department of Transportation and Communications, in partnership with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board, has launched earlier today the Express Connect bus service.The Express Connect bus service operates from 5am to 9pm and,
On All Saints' Day weekend and during Christmas season
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Francis Tolentino will allow provincial buses to use certain underpasses along EDSA, "not just to alleviate traffic and maximize the road use of city bus stops," but also to benefit those who will be going to the
See if you like how it looks
Early this year, our test drive editor Jason Dela Cruz was notified by Facebook that he had been tagged in a photo posted by his friend Jackie Sarao, the grandson of Sarao Motors founder Leonardo Sarao. When he checked the image, what
From Gil Puyat LRT station to C5 Buting on Kalayaan Avenue
With so much happening in the world, we have to admit that we sometimes miss out on really important local stories. Or perhaps with our publication\'s focus on cars, some people think we aren\'t that much concerned with public transportation--
Meet the electric COMET
This is the COMET, short for City Optimized Managed Electric Transport. It is described by its distributor as a \"medium-speed fully electric city shuttle that offers superior functionality and environmental benefits.\" The company that will supposedly launch 30 COMET units in
Procter & Gamble looks at the contamination levels of our PUVs
Do you take a public-utility vehicle to school or work every day like millions of other Filipinos? If you do, have you ever wondered how much germs are present in these vehicles?Consumer goods company Procter & Gamble has looked into the
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