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City offers E-Trike Free Ride

 

Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

City offers E-Trike Free Ride

Photos by William Pedraza

The City Tourism Operations Office is initiating an “E-Trike Free Ride” around downtown areas in line with the Kadayawan festivities.

The vehicle is a battery-operated motorcycle with a capacity of six passengers, which will shuttle people to and from particular destinations in the city during the Kadayawan Festival only.  Around 20 units will be roaming around as services to the public.

Routes will start at Museo Dabawenyo passing through C.M. Recto, Roxas Avenue, Ponciano St., San Pedro St., Bolton St., Magallanes St., and back to the origin.

Free rides are available to the public from August 15-21, 2011.

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Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

Libreng Sakay sa Kadayawan photo by William Pedraza

 

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