Jeepneys first hit the roads in the 1950s, refashioned from military vehicles left behind by US soldiers after World War II. Some entrepreneurial Filipinos took those US Jeeps and modified them, adding features to make them roadworthy, and creating a new form of mass transit.
Jeepneys are known for their crowded seating and flamboyant decorations, which have become a ubiquitous symbol of Philippine culture and art. The word jeepney came from the combination of the words "jeep" and "jitney", a small bus that carries passengers on a regular route with flexible schedule.
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