Sang-ayon ako sa suhestyong hayaan ang mga opisyal ng gobyerno, lalo na ang mga miyembro ng Gabinete, na gumamit ng pampublikong transportasyon sa pagpasok sa trabaho. Mainam na maranasan nila ang makipagsiksikan, makipagbalyahan at makipagtulakan para lang makasakay. At kung sakaling may pila sa terminal, sana nama’y maarawan o maulanan din sila sa paghihintay sa susunod na traysikel o dyip.
“Public transport must not fall under big private businesses because it will only be a milking cow for them.”
“Corporations, which are by nature expected to recover the cost of their expenses and liabilities can raise the minimum fare without a public hearing.”
By DEE AYROSO
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective It has been 10 months since the Aquino administration stepped down and the Duterte Cabinet took over the reins of government and still, the Filipino people are suffering from the effects of the anomalies of the past. This is best exemplified by the problems people confront at the Department of…
Can the government afford the nationalization of our trains? Yes!
“The MRT-LRT should be a public service. It should be for the people and not be used by big business to impose unjustified fees.”
“Developing the country’s national industries to provide the fuel, energy, metal, and heavy equipment requirements of mass transport is key in planning an efficient, quality, and environment-friendly mass transport.”
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective After President Aquino was pressured to put a stop to the random opening of balikbayan boxes by the Bureau of Customs to look for something to tax, Customs Commissioner Alberto Lina did not even sound apologetic. He was quoted saying, “Why can’t we not be honest?” He was even blaming…
By CHRISTINE ANNE T. CABANATAN Bulatlat.com MRT? Tila yata ito ay Ma-Perwisyong Rumaragasang Tren At ito ay nagbabadyang isang konsumisyon Ang suliraning ito ay hindi buhat sa isang ilusyon Nagtaas ang pasahe at ito ay naging mistulang bagahe Serbisyong natatamo ay isang malaking perwisyo Yung tipong papunta ka pa lang, e amoy pauwi ka na…
“it does not take a genius to figure out that we have been lied to. We have been scammed and held up by corporations and our own government, all in the name of private profits and debt incurred by the government due to an onerous build-lease transfer (BLT) contract with the Metro Rail Transit Corporation’s (MRTC).”