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Going Far And Wide: Philippine Public Transportation In The New Normal

Going Far And Wide: Philippine Public Transportation In The New Normal


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In the Philippines, especially in Metro Manila, commuting and traveling from one city to another remains to be a stressful ordeal due to poorly-maintained roads and an insufficient number of adequate public transport. When the pandemic struck the country, it was further made evident that outdated transportation cannot meet the greater demand of public health safety and accessibility. While public transport woes will take years to rectify, Fitz Villafuerte sees transport-oriented development (TOD) as a more viable, long-term solution compared to simply laying new roads and thoroughfares. Know more about TOD on his blog!

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