I doubt you will see decreases in transportation fees. Transportation is one of the largest industries in some countries like Philippines. And you can guarantee the owners of the busses, and taxis are not going to lower their fees. ESPECIALLY in the Philippines. they will get as much off you as they can. heck even now taxi drivers try and get away with not turning on the meters when a foreigner gets in the taxi so they can double or triple charge them. So they certainly are not going to miss out on a profitable opportunity such as a drastic drop in gas prices. that you can be certain of.Such a significant change? But with the drop in gas, can we expect drop also of prices of other products consumed as frequently as the the gas? And how about the passenger's fee? There must be also a decrease in it, to favour the commuters, and not just those who drive their car and those transportation company. But anyway, this is really a good new to hear. Let's just hope that it continues long.
However places LIKE USA where the transportation is not owned by a person or a corporation like here in the philippines, IN USA the Public Transportation or Public transits are usually owned by the city. In these cases you could petition or even complain or go as far as protest the cost and possibly get it reduced.