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LIST: ‘Libreng sakay’ amid transport strike, SONA preps
LIST: ‘Libreng sakay’ amid transport strike, SONA preps
LIST: ‘Libreng sakay’ amid transport strike, SONA preps
by Mhillen Nicole Borja24 July 2023
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As the transport strike began on Monday, July 24, several local government units (LGUs) in Metro Manila stepped up to offer free rides to passengers who might be stranded within their jurisdiction due to the demonstrations.

The strike, scheduled to last until Wednesday, July 26, coincides with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s second State of the Nation Address (SONA).

Here's the list of free rides offered by Metro Manila local government units:

Manila City


The City of Manila provided 42 vehicles to stranded passengers, including pick-ups, transporters, a Mobile Command Unit, a mobile clinic from the Manila Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, e-tricycles from the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau, and police mobiles from the Manila Police District.

Taguig City

Meanwhile, Taguig City offered free rides along the Sta. Ana Plaza-San Joaquin route, assuring residents that more vehicles would be deployed if other areas were affected by the strike.


Malabon City

In Malabon City, free rides have been available since 5 a.m., with police, fire personnel, and local officials ensuring residents' safety.


Pasig City

Pasig City also promised free rides, with routes and schedules yet to be announced. They are coordinating with the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to identify affected areas.

Quezon City


Quezon City prepared three buses and 142 barangay vehicles to ferry residents affected by the transport strike, typhoon, and SONA in different parts of the city. Guidelines for the routes and schedules of the free trips were posted on their Facebook page.

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