Tag: public transportation
Here is a list of unique features of the traditional Philippine Jeepney, the public utility vehicle that hit the headlines this week after drivers staged a transport strike to reject the government's modernization program which threatened to phase out the "King of the Road" as the world knows it.
All modes of public transportation are resuming service on Wednesday as Metro Manila and several other areas in the Philippines shifted to the less restrictive General Community Quarantine (GCQ).
The Pasig River Ferry in Metro Manila is resuming its free rides service for the commuting public on Monday.
More of the traditional Philippine Jeepneys are returning to Metro Manila roads to transport commuters beginning Wednesday, July 29, 2020.
The EDSA Busway System started operations Tuesday with the view to reduce the end-to-end highway travel time from 2 to 3 hours to 45 minutes to an hour.
Six new railway trains have started plying routes in and around Metro Manila as the National Capital Region shifted to General Community Quarantine (GCQ).
Public transportation is resuming in 2 phases as Metro Manila and more areas in the Philippines shift to General Community Quarantine (GCQ) today.
Filipinos used to everyday slow traffic on Philippine roads can look forward to no traffic when Skyway Stage 3 opens in March, 2020.
Good news to commuters! The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has revived ferry services for the Cavite-Manila route and reopened the Pasig River ferries as alternative and faster means of travel this holiday season -...