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There will still be gasoline-powered Maseratis in the future
Maserati's got a new sports car coming, and ahead of its reveal in September, this is our glimpse at what's powering its rear wheels. While the company has promised all-electric stuff in the future, you'll have spotted this
Buses are now assigned to EDSA’s innermost lanes
Love them or hate them, buses are an integral part of EDSA. And while we've gotten used to seeing them on the outermost lanes of the thoroughfare, a new system is now being tested. Interim operations of the EDSA busway began
This is the story behind the Good Morning towel
There are many reasons to stan the childhood staple accessory that is the humble bimpo: it's the perfect size to stuff into your shirt's back, it's lightweight and ultra-absorbent-but at some point, we graduate to the heavy-
It’s popular among motoring enthusiasts
Autavia, which takes its name from the combination of automobile and aviation, was a dashboard instrument produced by Heuer and used in race cars and aircraft from 1933 to 1957. When its production stopped, Heuer CEO Jack Heuer took the name for
We can only dream
It was the stuff of nightmares for every Metro Manila commuter: A freak rainstorm had turned the city into even more of a dreaded traffic hellhole than it usually is. Carlo Maala, in his late 20s in 2017, was making his way
They must first comply with health standards
Jeepneys may soon ply the roads again as the national government works on the gradual ease of transportation restrictions, the Palace said on June 18, 2020. According to Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, jeepneys may soon ferry passengers again if the vehicles are
It's part of the Build, Build, Build program.
The Philippines will receive a $2.35 billion (P117.8 billion) loan from Japan's aid arm Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) at low-interest rates for building infrastructure and COVID-19 response.On June 16, Department of Finance Secretary Carlos G.
A win for pedestrians, too
Many hardworking Pinoys are riding bicycles to and from the workplace, as public transportation remains limited amid the coronavirus outbreak.Because of the surge of cyclists nationwide, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have begun constructing
No car, no problem
You already know where to buy bicycles, e-bikes, and even three-wheelers. If you're still not confident about your biking skills, you might want to consider getting a kick scooter (read: the ones that you stand on) instead. Kick scooters
Need a new mode of transportation?
Thinking about getting a bike but not sure if you're fit enough to pedal across the city? You might want to consider investing in an electric bicycle or an 'e-bike' especially now that more cities are planning to enforce bike
For those cleaning out their garage
There's no stopping the all-too-Filipino trait of hoarding, no matter how hard we try. For whatever reason, we find it impossible to throw things away, instead allowing piles of junk to clutter our houses. One way to declutter and
We already have some favorites
We recently let you in on the news that Japanese retail brand Uniqlo is opening an online store in the Philippines very soon, and we're sure you're already excited to start filling up your shopping cart. Now, we can share
Good news, commuters
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will add new bus routes starting tomorrow, June 5. This move aims to help more employees get to work, as businesses have resumed operations under general community quarantine (
Another reason to stay home
Online grocery shopping is a safer and more convenient way to get your grocery staples during quarantine. If you're looking for a place to do your virtual shopping, you should try the newly-launched GoRobinsons, the online store of Robinsons Supermarket.
The city is planning to stretch the lanes to 13.8km
Bikes have proven to be very useful under the Metro Manila quarantine. If you live, work, or simply need to pass through San Juan, then take note: Mayor Francis Zamora has announced that bike lanes will likely be a fixture in post-
Centro has introduced anti-COVID-19 dividers for PUVs
As the MRT gears up for operations for the general community quarantine, city leaders aren't too sure about jeepneys and buses officially returning to the roads. There are certain hazards, of course, and protocols, including the idea of requiring a manifest,
Did you take public transport yesterday?
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is looking into allowing jeepneys to operate during general community quarantine (GCQ) areas earlier than planned-but it will still depend on the need for public transportation options."Kung hindi sufficient yung bus na yan, ang next
The DILG clarifies
If your area is under general community quarantine (GCQ), you won't need to bring a quarantine pass with you starting June 1, 2020. Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) undersecretary Jonathan Malaya clarified this matter in an ABS-CBN
We need this
With mass transportation still closed because of quarantine regulations, many cycling supporters have been pushing for pedal bicycle commuting under the 'new normal.' Still, concerns for the safety of bike commuters abound, especially since most of the existing infrastructure in our cities
How can we keep this clean ECQ air?
You learn it in grade school: Pollution affects everyone on the planet, and in some cases, it can even kill you. It's a consequence that's particularly likely in low- to middle-income countries, according to the World Health Organization, with
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