If you haven’t had a chance to avail a free MRT-3 ride, now is the time, as the program runs until the end of May 2022.
Originally set to end on April 30, 2022, free rides on the MRT-3 will continue for another month.
The subway system will now begin partial operations by 2025, with full operations set for 2027.
APORs, including healthcare workers and other frontliners, can take advantage of the free rides beginning April 11, 2022.
The Common Station will connect to the Metro Manila Subway, which could also begin partial operations this year.
Better commuting conditions for Manileños is great news.
The new Common Station could service over 500,000 passengers per day across Metro Manila’s railway lines.
It looks like we are returning to normal as COVID-19 cases seem to be on the decline with more relaxed health and safety protocols set into place.
Interested commuters can log on the Manila Covid-19 Vaccine website to sign up in advance.
House Resolution No. 2325 aims to remove the Comprehensive Driver’s Education requirement for license renewal.
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It remains to be seen how the positivity rate could change as the “no vax, no ride” policy is suspended.
Joining Metro Manila are Batanes, Bulacan, Cavite, Rizal, Biliran, Southern Leyte, and Basilan.
The policy is in its first week and has been hounded by criticism from various sectors.
Unvaccinated individuals will soon be turned away at public transport locations in NCR.
The restrictions include malls, restaurants, and other public areas within NCR.
The DOTr hopes that random testing and the hold on passenger capacity will help prevent the further transmission of COVID-19 while maintaining a smooth transportation system.
If things go well and with health and safety protocols being considered, public transportation may soon return to 100 percent capacity.
The DOTr could step in to subsidize fuel for public utility vehicles to keep fares from hiking up.
The new monorail will be built by SM Prime Holdings in partnership with the DOTr and the Pasay government.
It’s back to the old system where motorists can choose to have their vehicle inspected at a PMVIC or at an emissions center instead.