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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Transport

Gov’t wants to revamp public transport

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) is pushing for the modernization of public transportation to entice car owners to make the switch, aiming to reduce traffic congestion. “A travel innovation we are developing is an automated fare collection system for buses, trains, jeepneys, even taxis,” Transportation Secretary Jaime Bautista said. “Ongoing negotiations with various financial institutions for the inter-modal use of debit cards and other non-cash payments schemes would keep us in...

More than 2k railway personnel complete training

The Philippine Railway Institute (PRI) has trained at least 2,867 railway personnel,...

MPT South kicks off ‘Drayberks alerto kada kilometro’

Metro Pacific Tollways South (MPT South) is prioritizing driver safety this National...

Cebu Pacific honors top PH, international travel agencies

Cebu Pacific awarded its top-performing travel agencies in the recently concluded 18th...

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Malolos–Clark Railway line

The 53 km long Malolos–Clark Railway line north of the capital is during in the construction phase. The Malolos-Manila and Clark rail extension are...

PH switches to green transport plan

The Department of Transportation is pushing forward with eco-friendly transportation initiatives to minimize the country’s carbon footprint and create a cleaner future. Transportation Secretary Jaime...

DPWH says Panguil Bay Bridge nears completion

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is nearing completion of the Panguil Bay Bridge Project, which will soon become the longest sea-crossing...

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