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    #21
    There is nothing wrong with our buses at the present, honestly!

    Ang mga DRIVER ang problema.
    Last edited by lowslowbenz; July 24th, 2013 at 05:41 PM.

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    I watched History Channel i forgot the title of the show but it featured how Singapore is properly urban planned

    Even to the smallest thing they take it into consideration.

    How brilliant and how efficient ang layo sa estado naten ngayon.

    nakakalungkot at nakakainggit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowslowbenz View Post
    There is nothing wrong with our buses at the present, honestly!

    Ang mga DRIVER and problema.
    BUS - DRIVER - KAHIRAPAN - GOBYERNO - Pnoy

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    Kasalanan ni pnoy yan!!! he.he.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowslowbenz View Post
    There is nothing wrong with our buses at the present, honestly!

    Ang mga DRIVER and problema.
    The whole system is the problem. Buses are too plenty and not really designed for quick embarking and disembarking. Drivers, as you mentioned, are ill trained, barumbado, and earns on commission hence they wait it out a lot. Buses can stop anywhere!!

    Another thing, do we really need bus lines from Fairview to Alabang, Monumento to Baclaran, etc. all converging on EDSA?? EDSA needs only one bus line. If a commuter needs to go to Fairview, he takes another bus that travels from Quezon avenue to Fairview, running on the same bus type and bus stop rules that are applied on EDSA.

    I tell you its the whole system we need to overhaul.

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    I watched History Channel i forgot the title of the show but it featured how Singapore is properly urban planned

    Even to the smallest thing they take it into consideration.

    How brilliant and how efficient ang layo sa estado naten ngayon.

    nakakalungkot at nakakainggit.
    Yes sir and may I add,no idle land,all patches of greenn

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    I watched History Channel i forgot the title of the show but it featured how Singapore is properly urban planned

    Even to the smallest thing they take it into consideration.

    How brilliant and how efficient ang layo sa estado naten ngayon.

    nakakalungkot at nakakainggit.

    Portions of Quezon City was a planned urban development intended to be the capital of the country. Too bad that other areas didn't get the same attention.

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Mguy View Post
    The whole system is the problem. Buses are too plenty and not really designed for quick embarking and disembarking. Drivers, as you mentioned, are ill trained, barumbado, and earns on commission hence they wait it out a lot. Buses can stop anywhere!!

    Another thing, do we really need bus lines from Fairview to Alabang, Monumento to Baclaran, etc. all converging on EDSA?? EDSA needs only one bus line. If a commuter needs to go to Fairview, he takes another bus that travels from Quezon avenue to Fairview, running on the same bus type and bus stop rules that are applied on EDSA.

    I tell you its the whole system we need to overhaul.

    We need more major roads that cross the entire city. C5 is okay but its now congested worst than EDSA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    We need more major roads that cross the entire city. C5 is okay but its now congested worst than EDSA.
    I also agree here. C6 must be completed as a 6 lane road without stops just like this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mguy View Post
    I also agree here. C6 must be completed as a 6 lane road without stops just like this:

    C6 and that NLEX - SLEX connector link will help, big time if you ask me. It will help decongest C5-EDSA and it will spread out development.

    Now if only our gov't could get past that "pinagaaralan ng mabuti" stage...

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