Rappler's latest stories on Philippine public transport
Ano ang ginagawa ng gobyerno para tugunan ang pangangailangan ng mga jeepney driver sa panahon ng pandemya?
The Commission on Human Rights reminds government agencies to consider the situations of people when implementing policies
The resumption of public transportation will be done in two phases
There is a clear pathway so that motorcycle taxis can be mainstreamed into our public transport system
'That's one reason why we tightened security following recent attacks in Mindanao,' says MRT3 management
The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 clarifies the liquids which can be brought inside its trains, as a recently enforced ban draws criticism
The measure aims to prevent the entry of dangerous chemicals contained in plastic bottles, as police and military are on heightened alert after the Jolo church bombing
Jeepney artists use to be many and they are slowly disappearing
The P2-hike in minimum fare will be implemented in Metro Manila, Central Luzon, and Calabarzon only. The LTFRB also approves a provisional P1-increase in Metro Manila bus minimum fare.
Jeepney minimum fare stays P9 until the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board issues an official order
If passed into law, House Bill 7774 would prohibit taxi drivers from refusing a trip once they have been flagged down by a passenger
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
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
(UPDATED) The provisional increase is effective immediately upon the issuance of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board order
The Department of Transportation approves Infracorp Development Incorporated's proposed Skytrain monorail, which could be operational by early 2021
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
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
Watch the interview with Transportation Assistant Secretary Arnulfo Fabillar on Thursday, December 7, at 7 pm
Vice President Leni Robredo says doing so would allow the government to know how stakeholders truly feel about the PUV modernization program and, in turn, explain their decisions to the public
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
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
Santiago is set to fill bills that seeks to increase penalties on people involved in stealing and buying illegally obtained public transport related items
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
The MMDA says it is working with the LTFRB and several LGUs to transform a swampy and disheveled one hectare lot into an interim North provincial bus terminal
Electricity powered shuttles are set to take on Metro Manila roads soon signalling what could be the end of traditional jeepneys
It is no surprise then that the environment is not considered an important issue by many Filipinos since we look inward too much; we are insulated by our little bubbles and windows from reality
Bus rapid transit improved walkways and car less cities are plans that may just see road sharing become a reality in the Philippines
With a line this long you d feel lucky to get onboard the train
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