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We need all the help we can get.
It doesn’t appear that there’s a shortage of foreign countries willing to lend the Philippines a hand in saving its transportation problems. Japan is one, and now the Department of Transportation (DOTr) says Norway will be helping out as well.In a statement, the agency ...
Full speed ahead.
President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos led the groundbreaking ceremonies for two stations of the much-anticipated Metro Manila Subway on Monday (October 3). President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. and Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista lead the groundbreaking of the Ortigas and Shaw Stations of the Metro Manila ...
He is spending P1.5 billion to roll out modern jeepneys by 2027.
Manuel “Manny” V. Pangilinan is pouring over P1.5 billion in Byahe (registered as On-Us Solutions, Inc.), his jeepney operator. The investment is made through MPT Mobility Corp., the mobility services unit under Pangilinan's Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation. Byahe is founded by founded by former ...
It’s about time, a group said.
The government should prioritize passing a law that will finally legalize motorcycle taxi services in the Philippines, representatives of civil society, the government, and an industry player said on Wednesday.  Representatives of The Passenger Forum, Infrawatch, the Land Transportation Office, and motorcycle taxi ...
What do you think?
The government needs to review Grab’s acquisition of motorcycle-riding app MoveIt, transport civic groups said on Thursday (September 8). Representatives of Lawyers for Commuters Safety and Protection, National Public Transport Coalition, Arangkada Riders Alliance, and Digital Pinoy signed a petition that questions the ...
As proposed by Sen. Robin Padilla.
Sen. Robin Padilla has proposed deploying cable cars in Metro Manila to solve the capital district's festering traffic problem, looking to the sky instead of cramped roads  for a cure.The actor who topped last May's senatorial elections, said the Marcos government only ...
It’s the first of its kind in the country.
A Science Terminal and Exhibit Center will soon rise at the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Compound in Bicutan, Taguig City. Built at a cost of P326 million, the project of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) held its groundbreaking ...
What do you think?
Grab Philippines has applied for a P20 increase in its base fare for its GrabCar service to help retain existing drivers and entice more into its platform. The company said there are about 25,000 active GrabCar drivers currently plying the roads. That’s only ...
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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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