The communities in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao hit by Severe Tropical Storm Paeng have already…
More than 300 vans are sent out by Manila LGU to help passengers.
300 vehicles were sent out by the Manila City government on Monday to help commuters amid the nationwide transport strike that has been going on for a week.
The Manila Public Information Office (PIO) announced in a statement that they had deployed a variety of vehicles for the city’s primary and secondary highways, including 32 buses, pick-up trucks, and 32 e-tricycles for secondary roads.
The city government’s “Oplan Libreng Sakay” will be in operation from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The following routes will be serviced by these free public transportation vehicles, the public is advised:
— Quezon Blvd. and Vito Cruz Taft Ave.
— Espana Boulevard – Salutation Rotonda
— R. Papa Rizal Avenue – Abad Santos Ave.
— R. Papa Rizal Avenue – UN Taft Ave.
Recto Avenue and SM St. Mesa
— P. Ocampo Street – UN Taft Ave.
— Divisoria’s Monumento Rizal Avenue
— Divisoria’s Buendia Taft Avenue
— Monumento Rizal Avenue – Buendia Taft Ave.
Welcome to Rotonda, Buendia Taft Avenue
The Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau, Manila Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, and Manila Police District are all involved in the coordination of the public service aid.***
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