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And to La Union in two and a half.
The beach or the mountains? We can’t decide where we want to go first, as soon as we're allowed out of town.When the final segment of the 88.8-kilometer Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX) opens on July 15, it’ll only be two and a half ...
 
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Will this work in the long run?
We finally have a good look at what the stations along EDSA’s inner bus lanes look like, and frankly, they appear rather nice.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) shared photos of completed bus stops along the EDSA Busway on social media, showing off ...
 
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Ready to make the shift?
Still reluctant to plaster an RFID onto your car? It looks like you might not have a choice in a few of months. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that all the tollways it operates will shift to cashless payments by January 2021.The shift will be ...
 
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Dispose of your garbage properly, please.
Last week, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) officially declared the start of the rainy season. In motoring speak, this translates to the following: “Brace yourselves—flood is coming.”Yes, it’s that time of year again, the season when rain is king—unless, of course, ...
 
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The motorcycle-taxi sector is looking for solutions.
With thousands of motorcycle-taxi riders wanting to provide transport and make a living amid the COVID-19 crisis, Angkas has showcased a new protective shield design that could help prevent virus transmission between rider and passenger.George Royeca, the company’s chief transport advocate, presented the design during the Samahang Plaridel media ...
 
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It's for a good cause, too.
Jeepney drivers, along with 7.3 million Filipinos, were found jobless amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to help displaced public utility jeepney drivers, the local government of Quezon City partnered with delivery service Lalamove to give them an alternative source of income during the quarantine. ...
 
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The NLEX Harbor Link opens on Monday, June 15.
After almost 90 days in quarantine at home, we’re all dreading the return of the notorious Manila traffic once the general community quarantine is lifted. Fortunately for those who travel from Quezon City to Manila, it looks like driving time will be ...
 
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It’s already 82 percent complete.
The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) has some good news for residents of Cabanatuan: Phase 1 of the Central Luzon Link Expressway (CLLEX), which is expected to cut travel time between the city and Tarlac to just 20 minutes, is scheduled to open in ...
 
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See what EDSA has looked like through the years.
EDSA, the country's busiest highway, is a major thoroughfare that almost every Filipino is familiar with. Named after historian, jurist, and scholar Epifanio de los Santos, the highway has been through just about everything since its construction. Here's a collection of both ...
 
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Let’s iron out the details
We’ve only been under general community quarantine (GCQ) in Metro Manila for a few days, so it’s only normal that a lot of people still want clarifications regarding the guidelines on travel during this period.To set the record straight, Joint Task Force Covid Shield ...
 
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This new rule confused many motorists.
On June 1, the first day of general community quarantine (GCQ) in Metro Manila, motorist plying the stretch of EDSA were surprised to find that the lanes on the roads have been flipped: The exclusive lane for buses is now on the ...
 
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Stay safe out there.
General community quarantine. Enhanced community quarantine. Modified enhanced community quarantine. Quarantine, quarantine, quarantine—if only we had a peso for every time this word, or some variation of it, was mentioned on our website over the past two months.Anyway, Metro Manila is switching ...
 
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According to AltMobility, the timing couldn't be better.
With mass transportation still closed under IATF order, many cycling supporters have been pushing for pedal bicycle commuting under the "new normal."Still, concerns for the safety of bike commuters abound, especially since most of the existing infrastructure in our cities isn't geared ...
 
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His parents had no idea.
Highway patrol officers stopped an SUV as it was swerving on a highway in the US state of Utah last Monday, May 4 (Tuesday in Manila). When they peered inside the vehicle they were astonished to discover a five-year-old boy in the driver’s ...
 
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The agency is also suspending penalties for late registration of vehicles.
For the latest COVID-19 cases, check out reportr's COVID-19 case tracker.For the latest news and updates on COVID-19, check out reportr.world/covid-19.The Land Transportation Office (LTO) announced on May 6 that the validity of driver’s licenses that have or are expiring during the enhanced community ...
 
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Safety measures like "no mask, no ride" would be in place.
For the latest news and updates on COVID-19, check out reportr.world/covid-19.The Department of Transportation said on April 22 that it is looking into the partial resumption of mass public transportation services amid the COVID-19 crisis.According to Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade, buses and train lines may soon ...
 
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How's your town doing?
It’s been a few weeks since the government put Luzon under enhanced community quarantine due to COVID-19. And it will be a few weeks (if all goes well) until we go back to our normal lives, or at least back to the ...
 
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Is this a valid reason?
On April 15, authorities began cracking down on motorists leaving their homes for unauthorized reasons. The idea behind it is a pretty straightforward one, but there does remain some confusion regarding what’s considered a valid reason to drive out.Obviously, if you’re an ...
 
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Things will never be the same.
A quarter of the planet’s population, or about 500 million individuals—this is the estimated number of people infected by the Spanish flu when it swept through the globe from 1918 to 1920, and between 50 to 100 million of those who caught ...
 
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The researchers say more women on the road could reduce deaths and injuries.
Through the years, women have been stereotyped as bad drivers. It's become so ingrained in society that almost everyone has something to say about women behind the wheel. But a new study has revealed that men are more dangerous on the road ...
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