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If you have a strong back and if you can stand the smoke emissions, go ahead and ride this dandy vehicle. This tiny vehicle is usually the only public utility vehicle accepted in subdivisions. The minimum REGULAR fare (meaning, you'll share it with four other people) is 8.00Pesos. If you plan to ride it by yourself (SPECIAL), the fare will depend on how far the place your going is (there usually is a matrix posted).
(around NEARBY places, but NOT around the whole city)
Updated Mar 14, 2011
Tricycle is a common mode of transportation around Paranaque town proper. They can be found outside churches on Sundays, on town market all day of the week. Minimum fare is PHP 7.50 from market in La Huerta to our baranggay in Don Galo.
Nowadays, tricycle can also be found at Tambo (Quirino Ave., corner MIA road). They pick up passengers going to La Huerta.
Tricycle is also a good alternative of jeepney.
Updated May 12, 2007
Jeepney is the most common mode of transportation to and around Paranaque. Since Baclaran is one of the major hub of commerce in Paranaque, it is a point of destination of buses and jeepneys coming from Makati and areas like Quezon City.
From Baclaran, jeeps bound for Alabang, Sucat, Nichols, Bacoor and others can be found here. Jeepneys ply the route of Coastal Road, Quirino Avenue and Ninoy Aquino Avenue. Commuters need not to worry to stay late in Paranaque because jeepneys are there 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (except maybe during good Fridays).
Minimum fare is P7.50 ( roughly US$0.20) for the first 4 kilometers.
Written May 12, 2007
Minimum fare: 8.00 Pesos (less 20% for senior citizens, handicapped & students[Monday to Friday only] with ids)
Updated Aug 19, 2011