Published: Monday 17 July, 2017

#WalangPasok July 17, 2017: Class Suspensions Due to Transport Strike

#WalangPasok July 17: Some classes are suspended Monday due to the scheduled transport strike. Several local government units in Bulacan announced class suspensions as early as Sunday afternoon. In Metro Manila, several school suspended classes for July 17, and counting.

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#WalangPasok July 17: classes are suspended in several LGUs and schools on Monday.

According to the latest tally of class suspensions, classes are suspended in the following LGUs and schools today.


Baliuag, Bulacan – senior high school & college
Malolos, Bulacan – all levels, public and private
San Jose del Monte, Bulacan – all levels, public and private
San Miguel, Bulacan – all levels, public and private
Sta. Maria, Bulacan – all levels, public and private


ACCESS Computer College – all campuses incl. offices
Adamson University – all levels
Centro Escolar University (CEU Manila)
College of Holy Spirit Manila – all levels inc. offices
College of St. Benilde (CSB) – incl. offices
DLSU – Taft, Makati & BGC campus
FEU Senior High School
La Salle Greenhills
Letran College
Manila Tytana Colleges – senior high school
National Universityincl. offices
PWU Manila – elementary & HS at 12 noon; college at 2PM
San Sebastian College – all levels
St. Paul University Manila
Technological Institute of the Philippines (TIP) – senior high school only (Manila & QC)
Trinity University of Asia – all levels & offices
University of the East – pre-school to senior high school (Manila & Caloocan campus)
University of Santo Tomas (UST)


Check back for the latest updates.

A coalition of jeepney drivers’ groups said they will stage a protest on Monday against the government’s phaseout of jeepneys.  Piston, No To Jeepney Phaseout Coalition, and Save Our Jeepneys Network said the modernization plan is just a guise to phase out jeepneys. The protest action will start from the at the Quezon City Elliptical Circle going to Mendiola.

Hundreds of jeepney drivers will join the transport strike, not only in Metro Manila but in the provinces as well. As a result, commuting is expected to be a nightmare.