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Transportation

NAIA is the worst in the world, and we cannot be proud of that. How do we solve this? Either we move the International terminal out of Manila and make Clark the International Airport or we demolish NAIA, and build up a new one.

Transportation

A: Air

– NAIA is the worst in the world, and we cannot be proud of that. How do we solve this? Either we move the International terminal out of Manila and make Clark the International Airport or we demolish NAIA, and build up a new one. A new one that is connected to Terminal 2 and 3 with walkators, high speed train and an expressway in and out of the airport. If we go for the Clark option, then NAIA Terminals 1 to 3 can be for domestic and Clark will be for international. A high speed train will be built from Clark to the NAIA domestic airport. These terminals in NAIA should also be connected to our LRTs and MRTs.

– More security personnel in the terminals and please, arrest the corrupt officials.

B: Land

– Upgrade the MRT. Widen the trains and add additional vehicles.
– Implement a contactless card just like HK’s Octopus Card that is useable in MRT and LRT.
– Add more expressways. Example is an expressway along the Pasig River.
– A long shot, but a subway is also good, rather, best. Laguna Lake subway comes to mind.
– A high speed train (or network of trains) from Ilocos to Bicol (with stations in between)? Why it’s not? This can also solve the additional traffic the Provincial buses add to Metro Manila.
– Also as part of the modernization, aside from FX taxis, jeepneys should be replaced by electronic jeepneys. A long shot as of now, but when the network of trains is implemented, this can be done.
– Stricter penalty for taxis asking for contracts and not meters.
– If network of trains will be implemented, we can extend these networks to nearby provinces so that development of new CBDs can prosper as well. People don’t have to work in Manila, but they can look for work in their own provinces. Just like I said, the high speed train from Ilocos to Bicol will be very beneficial for this.
– Implement pedestrian crossings better. We must instill discipline not only to the motorists but also to pedestrians and commuters as well. Consider putting up pedestrian traffic lights especially in CBDs.
– Implement a subway in Makati. That’s the only hope traffic will subside in that place. We already have underground crossings, then f**king implement a subway already.
– Lesser taxes on electronic and hybrid cars. I mean, come the f**k on. Sustainability is the key to the future.

 

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18 Comments

  1. RAMOS EZRA JOY
    FIN144

    This article has to be heard by everybody! It all make sense. Why is it so hard for us to develop our transportation here in the Philippines? It’s because we lack implementation.

  2. I hope the next generation will not experience this shit.

  3. Everyday, people travel from one place to another to do their transactions and the transportation problem such as traffic congestion, failed railways systems and longer travel time hurts the Philippine economy and the social mobility of people. This should be given priority by the govt.

    – FIN 144 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY

  4. Sean Cabales
    -FIN144

  5. I hope in next generation our transportation would be upgrade. Government officials (DOT) should have a best solution with this matter. Don’t ignore this kind of problems because it has a big effect in our country.

  6. National- because the problem or the topic here is about transportation in the Philippines.

  7. National- It talks about how to highly improve the transportion in our own country.

  8. National Culture- Its about the struggles and the suggested solutions in the problems of Philippines transportation

    Santos, Jorgette Andrea E. PSY152

  9. National – The article shows the idea of how we can improve our own transportation in our country.

  10. Short title: Use of PUV for extra large people.

    Proclamation of Policy: People who are large in stature shall pay in double if the person will occupy seats for two people. The driver and also the other passengers has the right to address if the passenger has occupied two seats.

    Offense: If one disobeyed the driver with the right evidences.

    Penalty: A penalty of 6 months in the gym for those who violate and will be taught proper nutrition.

  11. RA 2296 – Increase in the Penalty

    – imposed to the violations of the drivers as well as the commuters, in order to prevent accidents and from happening again.

  12. putting up more signage so the drivers and commuters as well will always be aware and reminded on what to do and shouldn’t do

    R.A
    educating all of us regarding transportation, not just the drivers but all of us

  13. I need a law/bill for that

  14. There should be an increase in penalty fee for violators for both commuters and drivers. Everyone should practice being responsible in everything.

    RA 2296

  15. Ongteco, Simon Peter S.
    PSY 152

    National Culture it talks about how poor the transportation of our country.

  16. RA0128 KNOWLEDGE IN ROAD RULES AND REGULATIONS

    – In this Law all people should be aware of the laws, rules, and regulations of the road

    Section 1. the laws, rules and road sign should be teach in schools so future road users, pedestrian, and comuters can be knowlagable and know how to properly use the road.

  17. FINAL
    Angela B. Javier
    MAR142

    RA 0128 KNOWLEDGE IN ROAD RULES AND REGULATIONS

    – In this Law all people should be aware of the laws, rules, and regulations of the road

    Section 1. the laws, rules and road sign should be teach in schools so future road users, pedestrian, and commuters can be knowledgeable and know how to properly use the road.

    Section 2. road laws and regulations should be included in the test for drivers licensing to make sure all road users is knowledgeable in the traffic rules and regulations.

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