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Caviteño commuters can expect more shuttle services to and from the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange to aid in their travel
'Pakiusap ko lang ay pag-aralan 'nyo muna [ang PITX]. Tingnan 'nyo ang paghihirap ng mga kababayan ko,' says the governor
Here's how Grab's working to make each in-city adventure better than the next
A commuter group argues that fuel prices have been going down for 5 consecutive weeks
Following the decision, jeepney and bus fare increases will take effect in November
Here’s how you can ensure a smoother ride the next time you book
The implementation of the fare hikes, originally set for November, could be delayed while the appeal is being heard
Watch the 'Give Up Tomorrow' documentary, highlights of the Trump-Putin summit, and the report on Pacquiao's heart ailment
Is cycling a viable form of transportation for daily commute?
The latest version of Sakay.ph comes with updates to its route information for jeepneys, buses and point-to-point buses, trains, UV Express vehicles, and ferries
Catcalled or pushed around while commuting? A longtime female commuter talks about how to toughen up!
With Uber out of the way, Grab now enjoys monopoly status in many Southeast Asian countries such as the Philippines. This loss of competition will almost surely mean fewer choices, higher fares, and lousier service for Pinoy commuters.
Commuting for the Holy Week? DOTr Assistant Secretary for Commuter Affairs Elvira Medina has some tips before hitting the road
Vince takes the MRT during rush hour – and lives to tell the tale
The US studies find that the availability of ride-hailing services only puts more individuals in cars, which increases traffic volume
Liam is Michael, an insurance salesman whose routine commute takes a different turn when a fellow passenger asks him to determine the identity of a mysterious passenger
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Traffic has not only affected our personal schedules, but also takes time away to spend with loved ones. This Rappler-led survey digs deeper into how traffic changes our lives every single day
'Harry Roque's MRT stunt is so fake, you can actually buy it at Greenhills,' reads one tweet
Diduga ular berasal dari barang bawaan salah satu penumpang di kereta
The breakdown of the MRT system is a problem that needed solutions yesterday. We should demand they be delivered today.
Only 15 trains will be in use during weekdays, lower than the usual 15 to 18 trains in operation per day
The daily glitches are no longer acceptable, say MRT commuters
'Our trains are very safe....All of the trains that are deployed are safe and functional,' MRT3 director for operations Mike Capati assures commuters following the incident
Around 130 to 140 passengers are forced to walk from the Ayala Station to the Buendia Station as the coach they're riding in gets separated from the train body
'How many more limbs or arms should be injured for those in power to act on commuters’ safety?'
Angkas has been widely used by its passengers as an alternative to the inefficient public transport in Metro Manila and to slip through the city's horrible traffic
A northbound train along MRT-3 offloads passengers after smoke was seen inside on one of its coaches
The Light Rail Transit Authority says long queues remain the norm during rush hour
Dozens of people took shelter on the bridge during a sudden monsoon downpour and the deadly crush started as they emerged all at once, Indian Railways spokesman Anil Saxena says
UPDATED These big ticket projects will be funded via official development assistance ODA from either China or Japan
With efforts coming from the public and private sectors our country slowly but surely makes for itself a better transport system
Who was wrong in the Uber saga? What does the controversy say about the country s transportation problems?
If we continue to push for solutions that only benefit a fraction of the public then we continue to be part of the problem
What if LTFRB s suspension of the transport network company extends beyond 30 days?
We need solutions for our transportation woes and we need them fast
Just how valuable have Uber and Grab become for Filipino commuters?
Beyond convenience the ride sharing app has offered life changing opportunities for these Filipinos
With efforts coming from the public and private sectors, our country slowly but surelymakes for itself a better transport system
Technology has revolutionized road travel in the metro making our everyday commute a little bit more bearable
Extended time on the road could have an impact on stress levels and productivity experts say
The promised funds from China and Japan have led the Philippine government to call off some big PPP bids but the private sector still has a big role to play in infrastructure projects
One went to jail for killing her husband the other volunteered to a life in prison to be with her husband
The 38 kilometer railway which promises a safe speedy and sustainable mode of transportation is expected to begin construction in 2019 with operations eyed between 2021 and 2022
ACTO says the LTFRB is taking too long to act on its appeals causing inconvenience to operators and the general commuting public