The advisory followed Pres. Rodrigo Duterte's announcement that Metro Manila will be put on community quarantine.
The number coding scheme in Metro Manila has been suspended starting today, March 13, "until further notice," according to Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) spokesperson Celine Pialago. According to Inquirer, the spokesperson made the announcement through a text message this morning. Applying
Authorities also found that the proposed floor area is more than five times the approved figure.
Heads up, commuters! Quezon City has ordered the construction of the MRT-7 Quezon Memorial Circle station to be temporarily stopped, according to ABS-CBN News. Environmentalists and historians have advised that the construction above the landmark "would affect [its] identity as
PUV drivers and conductors are also required to wear face masks while on duty.
Amid the novel coronavirus outbreak, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has directed terminal operators to "provide face masks as well as disinfectant or sanitizer dispensers for free use of passengers," according to Manila Bulletin.In the memo dated yesterday,
The announcement comes two months earlier than the pilot run's supposed end.
The Technical Working Group (TWG) has terminated the motorcycle taxi pilot run, which covers the operations of Angkas, JoyRide, and Move It, two months before its supposed end on March 23. TWG chairman Antonio Gardiola Jr. said the termination will take effect
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 50-year-old Kogane train can accommodate 81 passengers.
If you commute from Manila to Los Baños and vice versa, good news-the Philippine National Railways (PNR) launched a new premium train for this route, according to Inquirer.Earlier donated by Japan, the 50-year-old Kogane train can accommodate
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,
Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto shared the announcement on Twitter.
Going home to the province for the holidays? Starting at 3 pm today, October 31, commuters can get free bus rides to public transport terminals from Pasig City Hall. Pasig Mayor Vico Sotto shared the announcement on Twitter yesterday. Check out the
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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