Subic Bay approved cashless buses as a public transportation system
Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Chairman Wilma T. Eisma has approved a cashless public transportation system in SBMA to help promote public health safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Autokid Truck Solutions was given the go-signal to create a public utility bus line that uses an automated fare collection system and is compliant with social distancing protocols.
Autokid Subic Trading Corporation CEO Kevin McHale Yao said that the project will provide an efficient, environment-friendly, safe, and comfortable transportation system for the public. Loadable payment cards will be used in order to prevent passengers from carrying cash with them. Proposed fares will be PhP25 per person for the first two routes and PhP30 per person for the third route. SBMA and Autokid are discussing a dry-run for the routes of the buses to see how it will all work out. 
Clark International Airport’s new terminal completed before the October deadline
The new terminal of Clark International Airport has been completed and will be used starting January 2021. Built by Megawide Construction Corporation and Bangalore-based GMR Infrastructure Limited, the new passenger terminal building was finished ahead of its deadline which was last October. The terminal’s interiors have yet to be completed and its operational readiness and transfer to assure a smooth operation must still be ensured.
The new terminal is expected to increase the airport’s passenger volume up to 12.2 million once it’s operational. It will also help decongest the passengers from Ninoy Aquino International Airport once pre-pandemic passenger traffic returns.