How to get a gay bar cart in the Philippines
The bar cart is the latest example of an innovative new way for Filipinos to get around.
The Philippine Bar Cart Association, a trade group, is pushing the Philippine Government to establish a system of bar carts that would allow Filipinos the ability to get to bars, restaurants and bars in a matter of minutes.
In a press release, the group called the system a “game changer” in a country where many people are stuck in traffic jams, unable to access their destinations due to poor communication and poor transportation infrastructure.
“We are happy to see the Philippine government embrace this innovative way of getting around,” said Alejandro Gonzalez, executive director of the Philippine Bar Carts Association.
It would be the first time in the world that a country has created a new way of transportation for the masses.
Under the new system, bar carts would be made of plastic, steel, metal, wood and plastic.
They would be able to travel on public roads, and they would also be able take passengers by train and plane.
If approved, it would be a step toward the establishment of a mobile bar cart system, a transportation innovation that is already being tested in the US and other countries, Gonzalez said.
A bar cart would be capable of transporting up to 60 people in a one-hour trip.
It would also allow bar carts to be used as taxis, Gonzalez added.
Gonzalez said the association is also pushing for more funding to allow for a mobile and bar cart network, with plans to establish more local bar carts in the country.
Bar carts would also help Filipinos find parking, as they would be available for the night.
The Philippine Government is planning to allow Filipinas to park their cars in their homes, while they can also park in the street.
Currently, Filipinos cannot park at any public property in the capital Manila, but a new proposal is to allow citizens to park at designated parking areas, and a new mobile app could help the city find and remove vehicles, Gonzalez explained.
This innovative new transportation option would make it easier for Filipinas in Manila to get where they need to go, Gonzalez told reporters on Tuesday.
Although he added that it is too early to know if the plan will be approved by the government, Gonzalez is confident that the bar cart proposal will be adopted in the near future.
He said the bar carts system is also in the works for other parts of the country, including the city of Cebu.
Earlier this month, the Philippine National Police announced that the country has approved a new law allowing the use of mobile phones and other electronic devices to track vehicles and vehicles without a license plate.