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APORs, essential workers to get free rides until April 4

/ 01:25 PM March 30, 2021
COVID-19 quarantine checkpoint

A checkpoint signage has been put up for motorists entering Manila in this photo taken on March 16, 2020, as part of measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Only Authorized Persons Outside of their Residence (APORs) and essential workers are allowed to travel. AFP file photo

MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) are offering free transport services to aid Authorized Persons Outside of their Residence (APORs) and essential workers affected by the reimplementation of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) in Metro Manila and four neighboring provinces.

The LTFRB said the free transport service is offered until April 4 and covers 44 routes in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna and Rizal. The service would be available from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m., said the transport board.

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The following are the routes available:

1. Novaliches – Malinta via Paso de Blas

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2. Bagumbayan Taguig – Pasig via San Joaquin

3. Fort Bonifacio Gate 3 – Guadalupe, Market Market (ABC)

4. Pandacan – L. Guinto

5. Quezon Avenue – LRT 5th Avenue Station

6. Cubao (Diamond) – Roces Super Palengke

7. EDSA Buendia – Mandaluyong City Hall via Jupiter

8. Divisoria – Gasak via H. Lopez

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9. Punta – Quiapo via Sta Mesa

10. Boni Pinatubo – Stop & Shop

11. Boni (Robinson’s Complex) – Kalentong/JRC

12. Nichols – Vito Cruz

13. Filinvest City Loop

14. Alabang Town Center (ATC) – Ayala Alabang Village

15. Vito Cruz Taft Avenue – PITX Loop

16. Bagong Silang – SM Fairview

17. Malanday – Divisoria via M. H. Del Pilar

18. Eastwood, Libis – Capitol Commons

19. Gasak – Recto via Dagat-Dagatan

20. PITX – Lawton

21. Alabang – Zapote

22. PITX – Nichols

23. PITX – SM Southmall

24. QMC Loop

25. Cubao – Sta. Lucia (Pasig)

26. Rosario Junction – San Juan via Pinaglabanan, Ortigas

27. Rodriguez – BFCT

28. Blumentritt, Manila – Sta Quiteria, Caloocan

29. Guadalupe, Makati – FTI, Taguig via JP Rizal Ext.

30. Alabang, Muntinlupa – Buencamino, Muntinlupa

31. Alabang, Muntinlupa – Tunasan

32. Litex, Quezon City – Rodriguez, Rizal

33. Palmera, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan – Novaliches, Quezon City

34. Parang – Cubao (Cubao – Silangan, San Mateo, Rizal)

35. Munoz – Quiapo

36. Alabang – Calamba via SLEX

37. Balingasa, Balintawak – Muzon, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan

38. Diego Cera Avenue, Las Pinas – Merville

39. Rodriguez (Sub-Urban) – SM North EDSA

40. Muzon Central Terminal, SJDM – Novaliches, Quirino Hwy

41. Baclaran – NAIA/Baltao

42. SSS Village – Cubao via Aurora

43. Malanday – Sta Cruz. via Huertas Oroqueta

44. Malanday – Pier South via McArthur Highway

According to LTFRB, public vehicles will have signage “LIBRENG SAKAY PARA SA MGA AUTHORIZED PERSONS OUTSIDE RESIDENCE” to inform the individuals who will be legible for the free service.

Individuals must present their ID showing that they are an APOR.

Free rides for health workers and medical frontliners are still available in all areas in the country, LTFRB said. — Liezelle Soriano Roy, INQUIRER.net trainee

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