Here's the latest update from the Department of Transportation.
It seems like we're a bit closer to being able to commute from Quezon City to Bulacan and vice versa in about 30 minutes. According to the latest MRT-7 update of the Department of Transportation (DOTr), the train line is
The traffic scheme is being implemented to give way to the Unified Grand Central Station.
The Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC), which manages the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 1, announced on December 19 that they will be implementing a new passenger scheme for the first few months of 2020.On Facebook, the LRMC announced that they
The railway line is scheduled to be completed in 2021.
Wish it didn't take so long to commute to the north? Here's something that might just make the commute less of a hassle. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced yesterday that the MRT-7 is now 49.22 percent complete,
Commuters will just have to find a way to stay sane till then.
Love it or hate it, you can't get away from EDSA. If you think of Metro Manila as a single living organism, EDSA would be its main artery-albeit a severely unhealthy and clogged one. And the single train line
Well, over half of them, at least.
The only thing worse than not having what you want is being cursed to look at it every day-from afar. A feeling we're sure you get whenever you're hiking up the stairs to a Metro Rail Transit
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