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Pinoy Transpo : PNR e-ticket



Since I had my first experience riding the PNR trains in March, I've been riding it almost everyday to go to the office. Last Tuesday (June 1), I was surprised to see the new e-ticket that they issue in Buendia Station. Sosyal na ha? Dati, sinusulat lang... hehehe!!! But in some stations, they still have that "old-fashioned" tickets (below).




This is a much needed improvement, not just in the facilities but also on how they issue tickets. kudos to the PNR management!





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6 comments :

Nash said...

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NoBenta said...

uso pa rin ba ang pamamato ng tae at ihi sa mga pasahero kapag napapadaan sa iskwakwa?

♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ ayu ♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ said...

haha..ou nga sosyal na ngayon :P

(p.s. check out my latest post if you have time,,.thanks :3)

dBlah said...

dapat lang talaga yan! hahaha

Diah said...

lol, yah life is best life spontaneously..I love that! Thanks for sharing ur great adventure..

Mervin said...

@NAsh - i will visit your Blog, COngrats!

@NoBenta - di na cguro, kc naalis na ang mga home along the riles, kung meron man konti na lang cguro... tsaka bago na ang mga trains ng PNR, enclosed na cya so ok lang kung may magbato man...konti na lang ang bumabyahe na old trains nila...


@Ayu-hehehe!!! improving na talaga... thanks po...

@dBlah- I agree! thanks po...

@Diah - thanks also for visiting my site... always visit my blog to get updates on my adventures... thanks thanks!!!

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