LRT-1 private operator Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) has announced a new partnership with the country’s leading app-based motorcycle taxi ride-sharing service Angkas to beat Metro Manila traffic.
In an exclusive promotion, LRMC has designated select LRT-1 stations with visible, easy-to-find signages as official pick-up and drop-off points for commuters taking Angkas. Angkas passengers riding to or from participating LRT-1 stations can avail of a Php 15 discount (valid for 3 rides) when they use the following codes to book either as pick-up or drop-off areas:
PARTICIPATING LRT-1 STATIONS & PROMO CODES
- LRT-1 Baclaran: LRT1BCLN
- LRT-1 EDSA: LRT1EDSA
- LRT-1 Gil Puyat: LRT1GPYT
- LRT-1 Pedro Gil: LRT1PGIL
- LRT-1 Monumento: LRT1MNMTO
The Angkas discount will be automatically deducted from the final fare. Promotion period for this will be from 1 July – 31 October 2021.
“Through this partnership, we are promoting the use of public transport as an efficient way of going around Metro Manila. As we continue to upgrade the transportation system in Metro Manila, we have the opportunity to work together and integrate different modes of public transport for a seamless and convenient experience. We are glad to be partnering with Angkas for this initiative toward making public transit systems work to benefit the lives of our countrymen,” said LRMC President and CEO Juan F. Alfonso.
“This latest partnership that we have with the Light Rail Manila Corporation (LRMC) underscores our stern commitment to provide solutions to the mobility problems of daily commuters. We are grateful to the LRT1 management for recognizing the motorcycle taxi industry as a strong ally of commuters amid traffic and road congestion.
Angkas will continue to be here to serve the Filipino by providing safe, affordable, and agile transportation. We always look forward to working hand in hand with the government and private sectors so we can give commuters the support they need especially in important transit points like the LRT1. This is another big step towards inclusive mobility and economic recovery,” said George Royeca, Angkas Co-Founder and Chief Transport Advocate.
Commuters can download the Angkas mobile app to book their rides, as well as the LRT-1 ikotMNL app which provides information that they need for LRT-1 trips, such as fare tables, train status, important announcements. Both mobile apps are available for download for free on Google Play and Apple App Store.