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LIST: Public, Private Transportation Allowed During ECQ 2021

To move around, you have to be an APOR.
Mar 29, 2021
Photo/s: from Department of Transportation Facebook page

Here's your guide to which forms of transportation are allowed during the NCR Plus ECQ from March 29 to April 4:


  • Domestic flights (allowed for APOR)
  • International flights (allowed, inbound passenger capacity at NAIA limited to 1,500)
  • Train (allowed for APOR, 20-30% capacity)
  • Bus (allowed for APOR, 50% capacity, no standing)
  • Jeepney (allowed for APOR, 50% capacity or one seat apart, one passenger in front row, no standing)
  • UV Express (allowed for APOR, 50% capacity or two per row, one passenger ind river row)
  • Taxi (allowed for APOR, two per row, one passenger in driver's row)
  • Grab and TNVS (allowed for APOR, two per row, one passenger in driver's row, no multiple booking)
  • Tricycle (allowed for APOR, one passenger in sidecar, must be seated away from driver)
  • Provincial buses (allowed for APOR, point to point only, 50% capacity)


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  • Shuttle (allowed for APOR, one seat apart, 50% capacity)
  • Car or SUV (allowed for APOR, two per row, one passenger in driver's row)
  • Motorcycle and motorcycle taxi (one backride only, for APOR)
  • Bicycle (for APOR only)
  • Scooter (for APOR only, subject to LGU regulations)
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