Recently, the beep card ticketing system has become more and more common in the metro’s three elevated railway lines: Manila Light Rail Transit System 1 and 2 (also known as LRT 1 and 2), and Manila Metro Rail Transit System (also known as the MRT).
According to AF Payments Inc., starting August 23, 2017, another convenient mode of payment has joined its developing family. This mode of payment is the Beep card system. Anyone traversing Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna to Circuit Makati and Promenade Glorietta 2 in Makati City can now use their tap-to-go beep card to pay for their P2P bus trips.
Beep card system to be used at more regional destinations in our country
As we all know, with P2P bus system, passengers can only take on and off the buses from one exact point to another. Peter Maher, President and CEO of AF Payments Inc shared that the company’s useful beep car system is more convenient to you as it saves your time by making seamless transfers.
The P2P bus service is one of the Department of Transportation (DOTr)’s steps to address issues related to dilapidated, reckless and inconsiderate transports since these buses bring considerable benefits for those who want a cheaper but relatively fast commute.
Anyone traversing Nuvali in Sta. Rosa, Laguna to Circuit Makati and Promenade Glorietta 2 in Makati City can now use their tap-to-go- beep card to pay for their P2P bus trips
The beep card system has been used by passengers on the LRT 1, 2 and the MRT since 2015. It has had plans to further expand its service network to cover more of regional destinations in the Philippines.
The P2P bus system makes passenger’s bus rides more useful and convenient by providing premium amenities, guaranteed seats, and buses with fixed schedule of trips.
The beep card system are now winning greater acceptance among the three elevated railway lines, North Luzon Expressway, Cavite Expressway, and even at two selected service bus lines Robinsons Movieworld, and FamilyMart.
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