No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers
No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers

No To Jeepney Phase-Out Stickers

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About the Product

With varying sizes, some stickers are made out of vinyl while others are made out of paper. Please pay attention to each sticker's specification upon ordering. These sticker designs include the following Tagalog phrases with varying designs.

  • Hari ng Kalsada: King of the Road
  • Balik Pasada: Back to the road
  • Balik Pasada Para Sa Masa: Back to the road, for the masses
  • No to Jeepney Phase Out

No to Jeepney Phase Out

Jeepneys are an iconic and valuable form of transportation in the Philippines, crowned as the “King of the Road” It's a wild, lively, and bold creature, adorned with flashy decorations and painted in bright colors, roaring through the streets nationwide. While it may seem chaotic, it perfectly embodies the spirit of the entire nation.

Under the PUV Modernization Program, the government wants to push forward the replacement of traditional jeepneys, including old public utility vehicles (PUVs), with foreign-made modern PUVs that cost Php 2.5 to  2.8 million per unit. The Marcos Jr. government is planning to phase out jeepneys, putting the drivers and citizens who rely on them at risk of losing their jobs and access to transportation. Say No to Jeepney Phase Out!

    100% of the profits from each sale of this product goes to the families of Jeepney drivers as their jobs and livelihoods are now at risk due to the Jeepney Phase Out.

    Anakbayan Scarborough

    These stickers are curated and designed by Anakbayan Scarborough - a newly formed chapter under Anakbayan Canada and Anakbayan Toronto and is composed of youth activists based in Scarborough.

    ANAKBAYAN (Youth of the Nation) is a national democratic comprehensive mass organization of the youth that aims to arouse, organize and mobilize the youth workers, peasant youth, students, young professionals, out-of-school youth, migrant youth, Moro youth and other national minorities youth, and young women for National Democracy and to unify this movement with the powerful movement of the toiling masses.

    These stickers are designed by the following artists: Kim Seojeong, Aerelle Pakingan, Kandeel Imran, Khaira Garcia, Nico Balisi-Grajo and Jules