“Kailanganwalong oras pa rin ang tulog mo. Kaya ang ginagawa ko, iyong kulang na oras sagabi, tinutulugan ko ‘pag nasa sasakyan ko,”Panelo said. Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo accepts the challenge to use public transportation on his way to work on Friday. Panelo said there is no mass transportation crisis in Metro Manila as he believed the Filipino riding public can easily adapt to the “hostile” situation. ABS-CBN NEWS Panelo said there is no masstransportation crisis in Metro Manila as he believed Filipinos can easily adaptto the “hostile” situation. “Talagangmagigising tayo dapat nang maaga, dahil nga may problema tayo sa traffic, we have to give ourselves allowance, dalawang oras at least o tatlo pa nga. Otherwise, hindi ka talaga aabot sa pupuntahan mo ngisang oras,” he said. “Everyone who commutes or drivessuffers everyday but solutions to solve it are not insuperable, and thisadministration is doing its best to provide not just immediate but alsolong-term solutions,” added Panelo./PN Panelo took jeepney and motorcyclerides for his nearly four-hour commute from Marikina City to the Palace, whichwas in response to the challenge by militant groups for him to take publictransportation. MANILA – Presidential SpokespersonSalvador Panelo told the riding public to be creative in avoiding traffic,after accepting the challenge to use public transportation on his way to workon Friday. “Angsinasabi ko lang, ang punto ko lang doon,we are very creative people. When we are confronted the situation, a hostilesituation we adjust to it – iyon angpagkamalikhain ng mga Pilipino,” Panelo added.