By Miguel R. Camus
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said provincial buses which have been tagged to use the South Station in Muntinlupa City would be arrested starting Monday if they proceed to other parts of Metro Manila.
Buses from Southern Tagalog and the Visayas regions are still allowed to enter major thoroughfares in Metro Manila provided that they have their own legitimate terminals. For those who have none, the South Station in Alabang, Muntinlupa City, will be their endpoint. —Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board chair Winston Ginez
By Maricar B. Brizuela
The Muntinlupa City government has advised residents and motorists to brace themselves for heavier traffic, as the city will be accommodating the over 500 provincial buses from Southern Luzon which will be barred from entering Edsa starting Wednesday next week.
The Muntinlupa city government still have its hands full with major repair jobs in the aftermath of Typhoon “‘Glenda,” with P36 million allotted so far to restore major public facilities, including those used as evacuation centers.
By Jaymee T. Gamil
The Muntinlupa City government condemned the killing of one of its employees around midnight on Tuesday, just meters away from city hall.