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MMDA Lifts Number Coding Scheme Monday Due To Transport Strike

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has suspended the expanded number coding scheme concerning the announced weeklong transport strike.

MMDA To Hold Dry Run For Single Ticketing System In April

A dry run for the implementation of the single ticketing system will be in the first or second week of April.

NLEX-SLEX Connector’s España Section To Open Before Holy Week

The opening of the Caloocan to España section of the North Luzon Expressway-South Luzon Expressway Connector in Manila is scheduled before Holy Week.

Road User Tax Eyed For Elevated Walkways, Bike Lanes

A legislator proposed that the government create bike and pedestrian lanes in Metro Manila using the current road users' tax.

Bacolod Needs 53 More Modern Jeeps For 5 Reopened Routes

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board in Western Visayas has offered additional routes for modern jeepneys in Bacolod to help commuters.

MMDA To Open Disaster Preparedness Training Center

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority plans to launch disaster preparedness training to develop calamity responders in the country.

Solon Proposes Motor Taxis Legalization, Regulation

A lawmaker suggests that the government permit the operation of motorcycles-for-hire to provide a more convenient way of transportation to commuters.

LTFRB Memo On Extension Of Old Jeepney Franchises Out Soon

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board is currently drafting the memorandum concerning the details for extending the national jeepney franchise.

350 Out 500 Modern Jeeps Now Ply Bacolod City Streets

Over 350 modern jeepneys are now open to serve the residents in Bacolod as the government continues to meet the requirements for public transportation.

MRT-3 Logs Highest Daily Ridership Of 400K Since Pandemic

The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 records its highest number of riders, counting to more than 400,000 since the pandemic.