Rappler's latest stories on jeepney strikes
"We are all failed by the system. We can blame our drivers all we want, but these complaints are misguided. This oppression is not the fault of the masses."
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Based on the update sent by the LTFRB, only some parts of Central Luzon and Calabarzon are affected by the strike
Citing a 2011 order, LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada says jeepney drivers are prohibited from going on strike
Piston president George San Mateo says they have asked for a dialogue with Duterte at least twice
(UPDATED) The DOTr says it is not true, as Piston claims, that jeepneys will be phased out and that only corporations will benefit from the modernization program
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Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio takes the opportunity 'to observe the streets with fewer jeepneys' as envisioned in the city government's planned High Priority Bus system
The transportation secretary says Piston and jeepney drivers who participated in the October 16 transport strike should be charged for economic sabotage
These are trending topics as transport group Piston holds its 3rd nationwide strike against the PUV modernization program
Instead of blocking the road and asking drivers to join the rally, Piston sets up protest centers in the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, and Lapu-Lapu
Transport groups hold the two-day transport strike – the third staged this year – to oppose the government's jeep modernization program
Several commuters took to social media the lack of public transport available on Monday, October 16, due to the transport strike
(UPDATED) What are the contingency plans for the two-day nationwide transport strike?
Bagong Alyansang Makabayan says only companies with millions of pesos in capital can afford the proposed 'fleet management system'
The LTFRB in Central Visayas says it will give special permits to these busses, which will charge P10 to convey stranded passengers during the jeepney strike
President Rodrigo Duterte intends to listen to jeepney drivers and operators protesting the transportation department s plan to retire outmoded public utility vehicles
Jeepney drivers and operators in Metro Manila and key cities stop ferrying passengers to protest plans to phase out old PUVs