Passengers advised not to proceed with trips to Batangas port

Published December 24, 2019, 3:33 PM

by Francine Ciasico

By MB Online

Passengers heading toward the Batangas port were urged Tuesday to cancel their trips due to bad weather brought about by Tropical Storm Ursula.

UNDAS AT BATANGAS PORT. As early as yesterday, the volume of passengers at the Batangas port going to the island provinces of Mindoro and Romblon for the barangay election and All Souls and All Saints Day, has increased. Some 29,000 passengers are expected daily starting this weekend. Batangas Port is the second busiest in terms of volume at peak season. (Vicky Florendo)
Batanagas Port (Vicky Florendo / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

Batangas Port manager Joselito Cruz made the appeal in a report over GMA-7’s Balitanghali.

Cruz advised the public to monitor the developments from updates from the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

There are already long queues at the Batangas Port, as of Tuesday, after about 1,755 passengers were left stranded when ship voyages were temporarily cancelled.

Tropical Storm Ursula according to PAGASA will bring heavy rains, especially in Eastern Visayas on Wednesday.

 
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Passengers advised not to proceed with trips to Batangas port

Published December 24, 2019, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By MB Online

Passengers heading toward the Batangas port were urged Tuesday to cancel their trips due to bad weather brought about by Tropical Storm Ursula.

UNDAS AT BATANGAS PORT. As early as yesterday, the volume of passengers at the Batangas port going to the island provinces of Mindoro and Romblon for the barangay election and All Souls and All Saints Day, has increased. Some 29,000 passengers are expected daily starting this weekend. Batangas Port is the second busiest in terms of volume at peak season. (Vicky Florendo)
Batanagas Port (Vicky Florendo / MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO)

Batangas Port manager Joselito Cruz made the appeal in a report over GMA-7’s Balitanghali.

Cruz advised the public to monitor the developments from updates from the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

There are already long queues at the Batangas Port, as of Tuesday, after about 1,755 passengers were left stranded when ship voyages were temporarily cancelled.

Tropical Storm Ursula according to PAGASA will bring heavy rains, especially in Eastern Visayas on Wednesday.

 
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