LTFRB allows 1,159 more jeepney units to ply 28 routes
MANILA, Philippines — More traditional jeepney units will be allowed to return to Metro Manila roads while the coronavirus quarantine is still in effect, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) said Saturday.
In a statement, the LTFRB announced the approval of a total of 1,159 traditional jeepneys to ply 28 routes in Metro Manila starting Monday, Sept. 14.
Under the agency’s Memorandum Circular 2020-046, the following routes were added starting Monday, Sept. 14:
T140 Araneta University – Victoneta Ave./McArthur
T141 SM North EDSA – Luzon Ave. (Puregold)
T142 Balintawak – PUC via Baesa
T143 BF Homes – Novaliches
T144 Novaliches – Bignay
T145 Novaliches – Pangarap Village via Quirino Highway, Novaliches
T146 Novaliches – Shelterville via Congressional
T147 – Novaliches – Urduja
T148 Novaliches Town Proper – Barangay Deparo
T149 Grotto, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan – Novaliches
T240 Aurora/Lauan – EDSA North Ave.
T241 Cubao – Proj. 2&3 via 20th Ave., P. Tuazon
T242 Calumpang – LRT 2 (Katipunan Ave.) via Aurora Blvd.
T340 Bel-Air – Washington
T341 Brgy. North Bay Boulevard – Pier South via Road 10
T342 Divisoria – Pier South via Delpan
T343 Kalentong/Romualdez – San Juan Via Little B
T344 Kayamanan C – Washington
T345 L. Guinto – Zobel Roxas via Paco Market
T346 Pier South – San Andres
T347 Blumentritt – Libertad via Quiapo,Mabini
T348 Blumentritt – Pier South via Sta. Cruz
T349 Brgy. Bagong Silangan – Marcos Ave. Sampaguita
T350 Dapitan – Delos Reyes/P. Campa via Andalucia/Laong Laan
T351 Kamuning – Vito Cruz via E. Rodriguez, A. Mabini
T409 Alabang – Muntinlupa (Bilibid Prison)
T409 Alabang – Muntinlupa (Bilibid Prison) via Katarungan Village
T410 Alabang – Bagumbayan via Bicutan FTI SSH Loop
The agency said roadworthy traditional jeepneys are given the go signal to accommodate passengers even without special permits.
Instead, these units must print their QR codes and display these on the units to make sure they are being allowed by the government to pass through the said routes.
QR codes are given to jeepney operators and can be accessed at the LTFRB’s website, www.ltfrb.gov.ph., starting Sept. 13, Sunday.
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