Metro Manila, 2021
Metro Manila, 2022
Metro Manila, 2022
This was exacerbated at the height of COVID-19, when we saw jeepney drivers losing jobs and healthcare workers unable to go to work due to the crippling public transportation measures. This compelled a group of friends to support these vulnerable sectors by pushing for policies and programs to safely get frontline workers to where they needed to go.
Together, we #MoveAsOne.
We advocate for...
For decades, mobility in the Philippines has been designed with a car-centric approach. We are working towards policies, programs, and budget allocation that prioritizes the needs of Filipino commuters.
JUST TRANSITION FOR PUV'S
We advocate for a just transition towards public utility vehicle (PUV) modernization. We believe that ‘modernization na may malasakit' (modernization with compassion) is the best approach for all stakeholders involved – commuters, jeepney drivers, and jeepney operators alike.
Inclusive MobilityOur cities are not safe to move around in until all of us feel safe doing so. We advocate for the safe and humane mobility of our elderly, persons with disabilities (PWDs), pregnant people, and families with small children — a transportation system that considers the needs of all.
Protected Bike Lanes
Cycling is a sustainable, cost-effective, and healthy mode of transport and yet, very little of our infrastructure makes our bicycle commuters feel safe on the road. For them, we demand #ProtectedBikeLanesNow.
Biyahenihan, from the words “biyahe” (travel) and “bayanihan” (cooperation), is about working together for transportation. Government, private sector, civil society, and other organizations must work hand in hand to improve mobility and transport in the Philippines.
How to get involved
Organize for inclusive mobility in your local community
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