They’re watching
Remember the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) no-contact apprehension policy? Yeah, it's still in effect.Just because you haven't received a citation in the mail-whether for distracted driving, crossing the yellow line, or some other violation-doesn'
Were you one of those given a ticket?
Do you think you're getting away with beating traffic via the yellow lane, buddy? Well, think again.According to data provided by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), a total of 289,154 yellow lane violators were caught via the agency'
Say hello to Big Brother
So you probably know by now about the government's PUV modernization program, and how it plans to revamp and upgrade our public transportation systems. Well, the Department of Transportation has just made public its Ominibus Franchising Guidelines (OFG) on the program,
Did you make your mom happy today?
By now, you must be quite familiar with the MMDA's May Huli Ba website, the agency's new online facility that lets motorists conveniently check if their plate number has any unsettled traffic violations as recorded via the no-contact apprehension
Perfect lines for the lovelorn
Pick your poison: unrequited love or ruined romance? They're two of the most poignant of all human experiences, and almost everyone can relate to them--precisely why hugot lines became so popular. So to ensure that its new May Huli Ba
Laugh all you want
So, the MMDA's May Huli Ba website is a hit. The agency's new online facility for traffic-violation verification got so much traffic when we announced it this morning that it kept crashing. The funny replies people get when they
For everyone's peace of mind
As you know, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has put in effect its no-contact apprehension policy, which means you can now be cited for a traffic violation through the agency's network of CCTV cameras scattered throughout the metro, without a
Project is called Na-HuliCam Ka Ba?
Understandably, the Metro Manila Development Authority's decision to re-implement its no-contact apprehension policy has been met with an avalanche of questions and criticism on social media.One of the most prominent issues motorists have with the policy is how
To protect persons and properties within premises
Car owners should soon feel more comfortable and secure at parking areas inside commercial establishments as a lawmaker has proposed malls and similar facilities to install closed-circuit television (CCTV) and lighting systems.Rep. Bernadette Herrera-Dy (Party-list, Bagong Henerasyon) penned
Another move to improve traffic
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said non-metered shuttles, AUVs and tourist buses will sport vehicle tags starting December 12 as the agency intensifies its campaign against illegal operators of public-utility vehicles.This was announced by MMDA chairman Francis Tolentino
Could this finally solve the metro's perennial traffic problems?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is pushing through with its plan to tag public-utility vehicles starting with the metro's buses today, August 15, reported.According to the report, the agency will only reprimand the operators whose untagged
Making good use of the agency's 68 CCTV cameras
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has finalized plans to tag the roof of all public utility vehicles (PUVs). The program will start within the next three months.According to the MMDA's Memorandum Circular Number 05, which contains the guidelines on
Big Brother is watching
License plate numbers of public utility vehicles will soon be seen on their roof to help the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) monitor their operations."By having their license plate numbers painted on their roofs, our CCTV (closed circuit television) cameras could
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