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Jeepney artists use to be many and they are slowly disappearing
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(UPDATED) Barely an hour after transportation officials assure commuters that the MRT3 maintenance team is 'doing all it can' to prevent service disruptions, the train suffers yet another glitch
Minahalan mo sasakyan di inayos mass transit kawawa dito commuters natin says Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
The former icon of Philippine culture is not something to be proud of anymore It has lost its luster It has turned into a symbol of decay and neglect
We hear familiar stories of violence and harassment but there s no talk of concrete solutions Is safety not a right in this country?
Commuting is not a simple issue of travel it is an issue of respect for human dignity and freedom
Which government official do you want to see take the MRTChallenge?
Electricity powered shuttles are set to take on Metro Manila roads soon signalling what could be the end of traditional jeepneys
Senator Ralph Recto urges the DOTC to extend MRT 3 hours until midnight to decongest the rail system
Citizens walk to the Supreme Court to demand that half the roads be devoted to the majority of Filipinos who don t own cars
Concerned citizens will petition the Supreme Court to compel government to implement road sharing make public transport efficient and lessen pollution
The Cavite extension project will increase the span of LRT 1 from 20 7 kilometers to 32 4 km and serve around 4 million residents
Senators respond to a Change org petition calling on all public officials to commute at least once a month