ICYMI: LTO RFID stickers, C5 South Link opening, no-parking zones

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by TopGear.com.ph | Jul 28, 2019
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LTO RFID STICKER THING

“The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) calls the new RFID sticker a “third plate,” and is requiring motorists to install it right smack in the middle of the windshield in the area behind the rearview mirror.

“Not getting in line with this can net you a P5,000 fine, the agency says.”

Driving from Merville to Taguig now only takes 3 mins courtesy of the new Cavitex-C5 South Link Flyover

“Remember how we previously mentioned the prospect of a three-minute drive from Villamor Air Base to Taguig? Well, that could very well be a reality now.

“The Department of Public Works and Highways(DPWH) has officially opened the Cavitex-C5 Link Flyover, otherwise known as Segment 3A1 of the C5 South Link Project, to the public. The agency delivered on its earlier promise to open this portion of the highway by the end of July.”

San Juan City gov’t officially declares streets around Greenhills as no-parking zones

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The streets around Barangay Greenhills—specifically Club Filipino Avenue, and portions of Annapolis Street, Missouri Street, and Connecticut Street—are now officially no-parking zones from 6am in the morning to 9pm at night, seven days a week.

“This new policy is effective as of yesterday, July 25, thanks to Mayor Francis Zamora’s signing of Executive Order no. 4. The Mayor, along with Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander Bong Nebrija, even conducted anti-illegal parking operations to kick off the city’s new fight against traffic. ”

 

DPWH opens new Marikina bypass road between Marcos Highway and J.P. Rizal

The Department of Public Works and Highways(DPWH) has some good news for residents of Marikina.

In a Facebook post released yesterday, the government agency announced that the first phase of the Marikina City Bypass Road Projecthas been completed. The finished portion is a two-lanes side, 470m stretch situated beside the Marikina River and SM Marikina.

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Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno requests suspension of jeepneys plying Baclaran-Divisoria route

The city government of Manila is filing a request for the suspension of the entire Baclaran–Divisoria jeepney line, due to multiple reported incidents of trip-cutting.

“The people of Manila and the city government of Manila will be the complainant before the LTFRB,” said city mayor Isko Moreno during a press conference held on the morning of July 23, 2019.

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