Number Coding suspended until further notice
MMDA chairman Danny Lim made the announcement via Facebook. “Drive safely and continue to follow minimum health standards when going outside,” he said in his post. Check it out below:
You may recall that the MMDA initially suspended the number-coding scheme—also known as the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program—at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic due to the absence of public transportation in the metro especially at the height of the quarantine.
Public utility vehicles and train lines resumed operations
So, there you have it. Take note and spread the word, especially since some of you may find yourselves driving out more often this year. No word on when the number coding will return in the metro, though, but we’ll keep you posted once that happens.