Comment Policy

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2 thoughts on “Comment Policy”

  1. I have been in the Philippines and Mexico, There the buses run frequently everywhere . The difference is that they don’t have so many bus stops, just hold your hand up on the street for boarding, when departing bang on the wall twice. They are privately run so funding isn’t so important. I am thinking they would charge 5$ to 10$ a trip but that’s cheaper then a taxi or owning a car. They could connect to public lines.
    Also they have 3 classes of buses. First, second and third class

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