A Journey of Cargo-Bike-Sharing Concept in the Philippines On June 20, 2013 at Eyns Hotel and Restaurant, Catanauan Quezon Province, the Ateneo de Manila University- School of Government’s (ASoG) Rural Mobility Project with support from the International Labour Organization (ILO) will officially turn-over the twenty (20) cargo bicycle units to CLPA, an association formed by read more
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