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Transit Oriented Development In The Philippines – How The Pandemic Has Changed Our Lives

Transit Oriented Development In The Philippines – How The Pandemic Has Changed Our Lives

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The pandemic has introduced a “new normal” of transportation. Now, people move around with greater regard on health and safety, with protocols requiring the use of face masks and face shields as well as maintaining social distancing. On a bigger scale, newly developed land and air terminals or transit-oriented developments (TOD) are slowly becoming the preferred choice among commuters and travelers due to their modern, safe, and convenient features. See it from Kaycee Enerva’s point of view as she shares how the pandemic has changed our everyday travel experiences and how TOD can be the future of transportation in the country.

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