LTFRB to implement cashless payment on Edsa buses

The LTFRB will implement a fully cashless transaction system using Beep cards on public utility buses plying the Edsa Busway route on Oct. 1.

9/29/2020 1:56:00 AM

The LTFRB will implement a fully cashless transaction system using Beep cards on public utility buses plying the Edsa Busway route on Oct. 1.

MANILA, Philippines — The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will implement a fully cashless transaction system using Beep cards on public utility buses plying the Edsa

The LTFRB urged commuters to purchase Beep cards to avoid inconvenience.ADVERTISEMENT“We also want to limit the time spent in queues and lines that come with having to do cashless payments,” LTFRB Chair Martin Delgra said.Beep cards are already being used in elevated railway systems and point-to-point bus services.

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Whoever thought forcing everyone to get Beep cards in two days was a good idea is not going to heaven. Wow just like in Hong Kong Good job! Globalism wins again !

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