Valenzuela’s COMET shuttles to give commuters free rides until Jan. 31

1/16/2022 2:15:00 PM

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Residents of Valenzuela City can enjoy the free rides on the city’s electric minibuses only until Jan. 31, the local government announced on Saturday, Jan. 15.

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Residents of Valenzuela City can enjoy the free rides on the city’s electric minibuses only until Jan. 31, the local government announced on Saturday, Jan. 15.First launched in Dec. 2021, the “COMET” shuttles or fully- airconditioned with charging stations electric vehicles had served resident commuters from Puregold Valenzuela to SM North Edsa.

According to the city government, commuters can avail of the free rides by downloading the Global Electric Transport (GET) PASS App on App Store or Play Store, and joining the Triple K Organization.The following are the COMET shuttle stations:

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31, the local government announced on Saturday, Jan. 15.” In an administrative order, Presiding Justice Amparo M. First launched in Dec. Fernando called for the united cooperation of the local chief executives in the three cities and 21 municipalities of the province as well as all Bulakenyos in complying with minimum public health standards. 2021, the “COMET” shuttles or fully- airconditioned with charging stations electric vehicles had served resident commuters from Puregold Valenzuela to SM North Edsa. Presiding Justice Tang’s order was in line with the Supreme Court’s (SC) circular that declared physically closed until Jan. According to the city government, commuters can avail of the free rides by downloading the Global Electric Transport (GET) PASS App on App Store or Play Store, and joining the Triple K Organization. He said as of Jan.

The following are the COMET shuttle stations: • Puregold Malanday . The SC circular, issued by Chief Justice Alexander G. 13 to 19 after a few of their employees tested positive for COVID-19.