Courtesy of the Rosita Soliman Foundation
Here's some good news for the residents of Manila City to start the week. Mayor Isko Moreno has announced that Manila has received a donation of two ambulances courtesy of the Rosita Soliman Foundation.The announcement was made yesterday on social
The MTRO will be abolished
The Manila City government made quite the announcement today, as it called for the abolition of the Manila Tricycle Regulatory Office (MTRO).According to a report by Inquirer.net, city mayor Isko Moreno stated the order during a recent flag-raising ceremony. "
This will cover the past 7 years
If you've ever been pulled over for a traffic violation in the city of Manila, listen up. The city government says it will be erasing accumulated traffic penalties over the past seven years via a general amnesty program.Manila City mayor
“Maari ring abutin hangang mamayang gabi”
If you're planning to drive along Roxas Boulevard, or any other thoroughfare near the pier area, stop immediately. If you're already en route, turn around and find another way to get to wherever it is you're going. Traffic hell
A lot has to happen before September ends
The ultimatum is now official: The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has announced that starting today, Metro Manila mayors have 60 days to clear their cities' roads of obstructions. By our count, the deadline falls on September 26, 2019."This
We’re hoping to see it soon
In case you missed it, Mayor Isko Moreno caused quite the buzz yesterday as he called for the complete pullout of all electric tricycle (e-trike) units across Manila City. The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has since responded to the mayor's
Around 300 deployed units will be pulled out from the city streets
NOTE: This is an ongoing story. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) released a statement saying its general manager Jojo Garcia was referring to e-bikes-not e-trikes-when he made a comment that these vehicles are classified as 'toys&#
More good news for the locals
The latest move in the Manila city government's efforts to restore order in its streets is a crackdown against the illegal collection of parking fees across the city.According to a report from ABS-CBN News, the local government of Manila
If it’s passed into law, at least
Ridding sidewalks and streets of illegal vendors and obstacles is apparently the in thing among government officials these days.Mayor Isko Moreno has gone all-out with clearing operations in Manila, providing thoroughfares like Taft Avenue and places like Divisoria with some
Calm roads and walkways are always pleasant to see
We recently took to the streets of Quiapo to see for ourselves just how much the road situation in the area has improved. This time around, we took a trip to another major Manila City thoroughfare, Taft Avenue, to check if there
We walked down there to see things firsthand
A new set of government officials finally took to their posts at the turn of last month, including Manila City mayor-elect Isko Moreno, whose agenda includes cleaning up the streets of his beautiful albeit congested city.A photo from GMA News,
Will it improve traffic in Quiapo area?
Effective today, the city government of Manila is implementing express lanes on Quezon Boulevard, both northbound and southbound.Southbound vehicles headed for Lawton are advised to keep left to go up the Quezon Bridge in Quiapo, while public-utility vehicles are advised
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