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We should plan for the worst.
The Philippines' public transportation systems are crumbling under the weight of surging oil prices. And the ones most affected are our public transport workers. The Senate energy committee learned of the severity of the situation last Tuesday, June 21, when it was ...
 
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What do you think?
The free ride (libreng sakay) program, which the government instituted to help commuters cope with the skyrocketing fuel prices, is “flawed” and should be scrapped, a transport group said Tuesday (June 14). In a 10-point agenda, members of the Move as One Coalition ...
 
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And will new DOLE guidelines vs. the boundary system change anything?
Motorists who keep abreast with the news would know that since 2012, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has been trying to implement a fixed-wage system for bus drivers.Why? To eliminate speeding and recklessness, which is a result of keeping up ...
 
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One of the main reasons is lack of reliable public transport
According to a recent report by GMA News Online, the Philippines has suffered an estimated P4.1 billion in losses for 2017 due to Metro Manila's horrible traffic. This is based on a study done by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA.Transportation assistant ...
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