Friday, August 16, 2013

MMDA chief takes public transpo, now what?

ABS-CBN News: "The petition noted that 80% of Metro Manila residents—including children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities—take public transportation.

However, it noted that the dismal state of public transit "doesn’t allow them mobility with safety and civility."

"They suffer long lines, squeeze into jam-packed trains and rickety buses and jeeps, and endure long travel times. The government puts all its efforts in trying to solve traffic, but not in solving public transportation," the petition read."

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