It’s a big deal, indeed
The single ticketing system for the National Capital Region (NCR) is a huge deal for Metro Manila's traffic system. First planned out in the early-'90s, it is finally coming into reality after the Metro Manila mayors approved its implementation during
There will be a pilot program first
Back in February 1, 2023, the Metro Manila Council approved a new system unifying traffic violations and penalties in NCR. Initially proposed by the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO), it will be added to the Metro
Brace yourselves
According to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), the National Capital Region's (NCR) new single ticketing traffic violation system is expected to roll out sometime in April.That timeline means motorists have more or less two months to familiarize themselves with
The LTO’s new system might take effect in the first quarter of 2023
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is currently working on a new single-ticketing system that it's looking to roll out by the first quarter of next year. This system seeks to unify traffic violations and their corresponding fines and penalties across
The third lane on both sides of the thoroughfare will be dedicated to motorbikes
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently shared its plans to establish a dedicated motorcycle lane along Commonwealth Avenue. Well, it appears that might be happening sooner rather than later. The agency has now shared that the Metro Manila Council has already '
The agency is still conducting further studies before coming up with a decision
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently refuted claims that the new number coding scheme would be implemented starting May 16. However, the question of when exactly this will happen still remains.Well, it appears even the MMDA still doesn't have
The agency is now only waiting for the Metro Manila Council’s approval
A couple of weeks back, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) presented two new number-coding schemes that could potentially help reduce traffic in the capital. Now, it appears the agency will be actually pushing through with one of those schemes.In
Are you in favor of this?
Yesterday, the Metro Manila Council (MMC) unanimously decided to downgrade the National Capital Region (NCR) to Alert Level 1. NCR mayors have already sent their recommendation to the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF), and we
The IATF will make make the final decision
As the number of active COVID-19 cases continues to drop in the National Capital Region, authorities are now preparing to loosen up restrictions in the metro.According to a report by CNN Philippines, Metro Manila Council (MMC) chairperson and Parañaque
Following the Metro Manila Council’s decision
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has been mulling the return of the number-coding scheme in the capital over the past few weeks, but had made no concrete decision on the matter...until now.The Metro Manila Council (MMC) has agreed
Curfews for minors based on existing ordinances, however, will prevail
Prepare for some even bigger changes starting tomorrow, November 4. Apart from the increase in passenger capacity and the removal of plastic barriers in PUVs, the curfew in the capital is also set to be lifted.According to the latest advisory from
Operations are still limited at 30% capacity
Food deliveries are allowed 24/7 in Metro Manila during the strict GCQ and riders are exempted from the region-wide curfew, authorities said Thursday.Restaurants and fast-food chains can also operate for 24 hours, Metro Manila Development Authority General Manager
After unanimously agreeing to back the shift to GCQ on June 1
As reported last night, all 17 mayors under the Metro Manila Council (MMC) have unanimously agreed to back the shift to general community quarantine (GCQ) on June 1. In line with this, the MMC has several recommendations it will be making to
Is this the right move?
It looks like Metro Manila won't be under a modified enhanced community quarantine period (MECQ) for much longer.According to a report by ABS-CBN News, the Metro Manila Council (MMC) will recommend that the nation's capital shift into a
Starting May 16
It's official: Metro Manila will be under a modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) from May 16 until May 31, 2020. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque made the announcement during a noontime briefing following President Rodrigo Duterte's address to the nation earlier
We can only follow
According to the Metro Manila Council (MMC), the Philippine capital may be facing three scenarios by the time the current enhanced community quarantine period (ECQ) comes to an end on May 16, 2020: a) A two-week extension of the ECQ, b)
Is it safe to go out yet?
It looks like we'll find out this weekend whether or not the Metro Manila Council (MMC) thinks the National Capital Region's (NCR) enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) should be extended past May 15, 2020.In an interview with CNN Philippines, MMC
Still planning to head out?
Several malls in Metro Manila have just announced that they will be adjusting their operating hours to comply with the Metro Manila Council's (MMC) fight against the spread of COVID-19 in the country.Robinsons Malls will be opening mall doors
It also recommends closure of malls
Going out for drinks, partying, or nightlife, in general, is now out of the questions amidst the Philippine government's fight to contain the spread of COVID-19.The Metro Manila Council has announced it will be imposing a curfew within Metro
Those who do so can avail of business tax exemption of up to five years
Local government units under the Metro Manila Council have begun their respective road clearing operations this past month following the directives of President Duterte and the Department of Interior and Local Government.In San Juan City, the city government's initial efforts
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