The new surge pricing cap is effective Friday, September 21
Metro Manila might have a bus rapid transit system in 3 years, says Transportation Assistant Secretary Mark de Leon
If passed into law, House Bill 7774 would prohibit taxi drivers from refusing a trip once they have been flagged down by a passenger
A premium point-to-point bus route from Araneta Center in Cubao, Quezon City to Ninoy Aquino International Airport is now operational, only for P100
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and Muntinlupa City Representative Ruffy Biazon talk about the sorry state of transportation as they commute from Quezon City to Makati
While Yellow Dot recently did a survey of Boracay's transport requirements for public utility vehicle modernization, the Sangguniang Bayan of Malay, Aklan, wants to reconsider whether the proposal will complement e-trikes on the island.
Urban development expert Robie Sy takes a detailed look at the proposed bus rapid transit system in Metro Manila
Provincial buses will not be allowed to ply EDSA on weekdays from 7 am to 10 am, and from 6 pm to 9 pm
The defective air-conditioning unit is 12 years old, and was due for replacement two years ago
An organized, systematic, round-the-clock bus system helped solve the traffic woes in cities like Bogota. Can it also solve Manila's problems?
The electrical failure in a motor breaks a 29-day run for the train service without glitches
A new ordinance in this city in the Bicol region will train drivers of jeepneys, trimobiles, padyak, and e-trikes to become first responders during road crashes
By August 2018, only electric tricycles will be allowed to ferry passengers in Boracay as part of the Malay municipal government's bid to promote environment-friendly public transportation
In a supplemental petition, operators of the shuttle service cite high fuel prices for the proposed increase in fares
(UPDATED) The provisional increase is effective immediately upon the issuance of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board order
The multimodal passenger transport system envisioned by Grab allows passengers to select and take different modes of transport using the Grab service to reach their destination
Watch Rappler's midday newscast with Margie de Leon
Public utility jeepneys in Metro Manila, Central Luzon, and Calabarzon are allowed to charge P9 for the first 4-kilometer ride
The Department of Transportation requests for the cancellation of the bus rapid transit projects in Metro Manila and Cebu, citing infrastructure limitations. But officials and experts are not sold with the idea
The Department of Transportation approves Infracorp Development Incorporated's proposed Skytrain monorail, which could be operational by early 2021
(UPDATED) Based on a COA report, it's not clear how the P300 million was used, and how many cards were loaded with cash
Aside from Grab and U-Hop, Filipino commuters can now choose from MiCab, HirNa, Owto, Hype, and Go Lag
For Ed Sarao, the jeepney is the lifeblood of the Philippines
Li Depu of China-based Dalian says they are subjecting their trains to a test by the German-based TUV Rheinland to refute allegations they are too heavy for the MRT's tracks
(UPDATED) The MRT3 is looking at increasing their target to 20 trains with a 4-car configuration. These can carry 720,000 passengers a day.
Newly formed group Transport Watch says habal-habal rides or motorcycles for hire are usually booked through Facebook
The government wants to build 17 new terminals and add 24 boats to serve the ferry system. Once completed, the operation and maintenance of the upgraded system will be offered to the private sector.
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says that without proper record keeping, a time could come where spare parts might run out
The rush to go to the provinces results in up to 3 hours of waiting in bus terminals
After the maintenance, the Department of Transportation targets 15 working trains for the commuting public, up from the current 13
Here are the expected dates and areas of heavy traffic buildup during this year's Holy Week
More trains are now available to the commuting public but it still suffers from more breakdown incidents on the same week
Here are the operating days of P2P buses during the observance of Holy Week this year
(UPDATED) The Philippine National Police says it has not monitored any threats in Metro Manila
Here are the operating hours of trains during the observance of Holy Week this year
A week after MRT3 fields 10 trains, the MRT3 management deploys one train more than its target. It has been two months since there were more than 10 MRT3 trains working
After a month wait, the MRT3 management is finally able to deploy 10 trains for the commuting public
Vince takes the MRT during rush hour – and lives to tell the tale
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade attributes this 'luck' to the availability of spare parts delivered mid-February. Still, there are only 8 functioning trains.
From 8 working trains the week before, the week of February 19 opens without a train running at 5:30 am
Watch the evening newscast with Marguerite de Leon
Working trains are now down to 8. When the unthinkable happens, 260,000 commuters pack themselves into 6 or 7 trains daily
A total of 33 incidents has been recorded from January 1 to February 9
A 'signaling problem' disrupts MRT3 operations on the last morning of the year
More than 9 months after an 11-day trip to tourist spots, lawmakers adopt a resolution calling for cleaner public restrooms in transportation terminals
(UPDATED) Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says public utility vehicles that pass the motor vehicle inspection system still have to be replaced so they will be Euro 4- or Euro 5-compliant
Watch the interview with Transportation Assistant Secretary Arnulfo Fabillar on Thursday, December 7, at 7 pm
The breakdown of the MRT system is a problem that needed solutions yesterday. We should demand they be delivered today.
The daily glitches are no longer acceptable, say MRT commuters
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