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  1. Join Date
    Jun 2004
    Meron naman metrotren, LRT and MRT lines. Then there are also buses that ply edsa. And as some of you state in other threads, these are half empty, so take them! take 50 people who usually drive to work in 50 cars, fit them in 1 bus(well, realistically these people of course go to different places), there goes some of the traffic, and a lot of gas is saved too. Plus if the buses filled up faster they wait less time at the bus stop.

  2. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    that LPG from palawan!!

    ayaw pa umpisahan ang retail nyan, para dapat sa mga bus, then kotse later, naghihintay pa ng mas BETTER price?

    ang may-ari po nyan ay ang benefactor ni noli fyi lang po

  3. #123
    One more thing, why don't those congressman and senators sell their V8's and drive a 4-cylinder car, mga hiprocrito talaga mga yun... endorsing khaos and driving a gas guzzlers.

  4. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    hiace commuter sagot dyan! hehe

  5. Join Date
    Jun 2004
    Car pooling rin, lets say you and some of your neighbors work in the same area, such as makati, sabay sabay na lang kayo pumasok, save gas, less mileage on your own car, less parking fees, may kwentuhan pa habang papasok ng office at pauwi.

  6. Join Date
    Mar 2004
    yan nga ang indi ko main-tindihan sa patakaran sa atin ng mga fuel producers. Palagi nila sinasabi na ang presyo ng krudo as nasa 55 USD /barrel na, getting their price index sa NYMEX. Bakit, diyan ba sila bumibili? AFAIK, sa Dubai sila bumibili, ion which the crude prices is about 5 - 10 USD lower than the NYMEX. Di ba maliwanag na hi-way robbery ito in broad daylight?

  7. Join Date
    Apr 2004
    kakarmahin din sila... pero honestly maliit lang kita nila... government ang kumikita... sabi nun kaibigan ko na may-ari ng maraming caltex, sa service daw sila bumabawi pati sa mga convenience store... yun gas maliit lang daw yun...

  8. Join Date
    May 2004
    Oil firms celebrate Easter by jacking up prices anew

    Several oil companies commemorated Holy Week by jacking up their prices by P0.50 per liter last Maundy Thursday, it was learned Saturday.

    Oil giant Pilipinas Shell increased the price of Shell Velocity to P31.30, while their diesel was jacked up to P26.25.

    Total Philippines and Caltex Philippines followed suit on Good Friday.

    It was the fourth oil price adjustment this March.

    Caltex Philippines and Pilipinas Shell, however, assured that they still provide one peso discount to public utility jeepneys and buses, which use diesel.

    Oil company officials earlier said they plan to increase prices every week to recover their losses from soaring world crude prices.

    The Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Marketers Association, on the other hand, announced there will be a two-peso increase per kilo of LPG next week.

  9. Join Date
    Nov 2002
    grabe na toh.. anu na kaya mangyayari by the end of the year.. kahit ako tinatamad na lumabas pag hidne importante..

  10. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    expect another P0.50 increase across all products this tuesday.

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