Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Need For More Land Ports Like PITX

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Need For More Land Ports Like PITX

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In the midst of outdated public transport in Metro Manila, transit-oriented development infrastructure like the modern Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange is becoming a prime choice for commuters. Not only fostering safe and convenient travel, but also upholding the notion that accessibility is not just for those who have cars or personal vehicles. Take a cue from Me-An Clemente, who shares that infrastructure like that of the PITX not only enable efficient travel, but can even be a strong investment point for the country’s economy. Read more of her insights on her blog!

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