Who was wrong in the Uber saga? What does the controversy say about the country s transportation problems?
To improve the welfare of the riding public don’t kill a new industry that many people have come to love and depend on
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?
Minahalan mo sasakyan di inayos mass transit kawawa dito commuters natin says Senator Sherwin Gatchalian
We need solutions for our transportation woes and we need them fast
What I support is a more comprehensive campaign that calls for better public transportation that benefits everyone – commuters and drivers alike
UPDATED Napeek s Facebook post about a bus of Solid North Transport Incorporated sparks action from the LTFRB
Buses trains tricycles tuk tuks: how do people get around in the 10 countries that make up ASEAN?
Hello Here s a roundup of news you need to know this Thursday
Point to point buses are set to resume regular operations on Tuesday January 10
LTFRB asks for the understanding of users of the bus service and assures them that it will be restored once Froelich complies with the requirements
UPDATED On Saturday January 7 P2P Premium Bus System says it will be giving free rides from January 8 to 9 before resuming regular operations on January 10
In anticipation of the Christmas rush MRT 3 is extending peak hour operations on Friday December 23
The free rides will be available on all weekends and holidays from December 3 2016 to January 8 2017 in all LRT1 stations
House Bill No 72 seeks to give students up to the age of 30 a 20 discount on all public transportation during the school year including weekends and holidays
LTFRB chairman Martin Delgra III says UV Express shuttles have not been given franchises to use the major thoroughfare in their point to point route
If the test run will show an interest from the public then we would be pleased to do a more detailed study to make it permanent the chief of Light Rail Manila says
What are the problems and potentials of the newly launched bus service in Pasig City?
Students in Berlin and Hamburg learn everything from urban gardening to safely using public transportation on their own
Sing Philippines Youth Choir says the goal of the flash mob was to promote the beauty of chorale music and arts to the public
Will you vote for leaders who can plan better and are more transparent about road projects?
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
Aiming to rehabilitate and upgrade the 20 stations of the dilapidated Light Rail Transit Line 1 in 18 months over 1 200 engineers and staff are preparing for the future
The rollback of taxi fares is still under deliberation says LTFRB VI Director Romulo Bernardes
There are still good ones left in Manila s big basket of bad apples after all
The office of Vice Mayor Jose Cadiz is working on a software like Uber and GrabCar so that PWDs can just be picked up from specific points
Starting January 18 private vehicles will be caught if they use bus lanes on EDSA southbound Shaw to Guadalupe
The current transportation bottleneck is something that should concern every Filipino
The appellate court says the pending case should first be resolved by the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board
Metro Manila s train networks will observe regular schedules with roads closed for APEC week
Several bus operators abuse the high demand for land transportation during All Saints Day
It’s a general rule of thumb But why isn’t this being practiced in the Philippines especially in public train stations?
The 2015 Global Driver Satisfaction Index conducted by the navigation app Waze reveals that the Philippines is among the countries with the worst driving experiences
A young woman accidentally leaves her iPhone on the jeepney Guess who returns it?
The Department of Transportation and Communications says it targets to award the P4 3 billion 91 95 million MRT3 maintenance contract in October
The government should find a more comprehensive systematic and lasting solution to a seemingly lasting problem
As of this posting traffic remains to be a problem for Metro Manila commuters trying to get home
Sick and tired of feeling like a second class citizen every time you ride the bus or train? Time to unite fellow straphangers
A short term traffic solution is to appoint a traffic czar devoted to fixing road congestion the Management Association of the Philippines says
How should the government deal with alternative transportation services like Uber?
Netizens weigh in on the MRT problem and the controversy regarding regular taxis and Transport Network Vehicle Services
In the evening a cursory look at a mobile navigation app will show the Metro’s highways and streets splattered with blood red lines indicating heavy traffic
Times are changing And we need our government agencies to keep up We all understand the need for regulation so long as it not at the cost of innovation
DOTC proposes P15 7 billion to address the problems plaguing the country s public railway system
Is the glass half empty or half full? Instead of complaining why is the glass not full we should see that it is becoming more full says Palace Communications Secretary Sonny Coloma in Filipino
We can continue challenging our legislators to take public transportation every day until they show some empathy and listen until they stop ignoring the problem and address it
Part 2: LTO admits there is no centralized database for old and new plates It however says LTO and Stradcom are working on it
Part 1: A number of schemes abound at the LTO and LTFRB allowing unfit drivers and public vehicles on the road compromising public safety