The new ordinance is in line with the recent clearing operations of the DILG
You've probably heard about the Proof-of-Parking Space Act, which has been filed and is currently in the works in the Senate. What you might not have heard of yet is that a similar ordinance-one taking a preemptive approach,
Worth a shot?
Remember the elevated walkway project that was raised in the Senate just a week ago? It seems Senate majority leader Juan Miguel Zubiri is pretty damn serious about pushing through with it.In a recent privilege speech by the Senator, he reiterated
Do you think this is feasible?
The spiraling traffic-management issues on EDSA have garnered a handful of proposed solutions from netizens, including a rework of the thoroughfare's lane system and the implementation of a private-vehicle ban along the avenue during rush hours. Now, a lawmaker
A few motoring-related concerns from this afternoon’s address
Are you dissatisfied with the Philippine Land Transportation Office's (LTO) quality of service? If your answer is yes, you'll be glad to know your complaints aren't falling on deaf ears.During President Rodrigo Duterte's fourth annual State of
The congressman cited the alarming number of daily accidents on the road
How would you feel about an additional regulatory board to monitor the state of our cars? Is this a good idea or one more area of red tape?A report by Inquirer.net reveals that Rep. Harlin Neil Abayon III is currently
The issue now is implementation
Carnappers might now want to think twice before laying their filthy hands on someone else's property. Republic Act No. 10883--otherwise known as the Anti-Carnapping Act--has finally lapsed into law, and it carries harsher penalties for thieves caught stealing
What will the presidential vehicle be?
Change has come, and today it arrived onboard a white Toyota Land Cruiser.Rodrigo Duterte--the Philippines' 16th president--showed up at his inauguration ceremony in Malacañang Palace riding the premium Japanese SUV, flanked by black Nissan Patrols and several other
This has been long overdue
In one of its final sessions before the next administration takes over, the Senate passed an act that penalizes "distracted driving." According to a report by the Inquirer, the bill was approved on its third and final reading."While the State recognizes
Say hello to Department of Transportation
If there's one thing transportation and Internet have in common in this country, it's that they both suck. But can a major change in agency structure solve this? God, we certainly hope so.The Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC)
Public officials, take note
We're just going to go ahead and say this: Getting around Metro Manila can be a real pain in the *ss. It doesn't help that the sorry excuse for a public transportation system we have is a mere hodgepodge of
If only all election materials were like this
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Because of a popular presidential candidate's loose tongue, our social-media screens have become a minefield lately. You see where your friends stand
LTO, Customs to release withheld plates
Yep. This is what you think it is.This photo was posted by Rox Verzosa on Facebook, and then reshared by Land Transportation Office chief Atty. Roberto Cabrera. The image shows Cabrera shaking hands with Customs commissioner Alberto Lina. The story, according
Do you remember this time?
The year 1986 was a year of political change for the Philippines, but for the motoring industry, it was part of a long slog out of darkness, from the slump that reached its nadir with the assassination of Ninoy Aquino in 1983,
Hassle-free travel for the handicapped
Finally, it looks like the government has taken note of the plight of disabled commuters. The government has announced that PWD-friendly public buses are now plying routes as part of its point-to-point (P2P) bus service fleet.The special buses
Just so you know
If you're one of those frustrated motorists who constantly complain that the reason traffic is so bad these days is that there are not enough roads to accommodate the influx of new cars in our market, you might want to know
Finally, someone explains it for LTFRB
We need to write this very carefully lest we appear like we're throwing a competitor under the bus. But this seriously needs to be read by everyone who has a modicum of interest in the ongoing saga regarding the Land Transportation
Says the law should apply to all
It's a stressful time to be either a motorist or a commuter nowadays. Traffic is getting worse, buses are still crashing, and let's not even get started on the MRT. One little silver lining to working professionals has been Uber,
Bureau of Customs withholds 14 luxury cars
We all know the Bureau of Customs is a fetid cesspool inhabited by corrupt people. Where else can an ordinary employee in the Philippines afford a Porsche? But to be fair to those concerned, there are still righteous individuals who aspire to
Salient motoring-related points of SONA
So, President Benigno Aquino III just gave his sixth and final State of the Nation Address, and a good part of his three-hour speech was devoted to blaming other people tackled issues concerning motoring and transportation--from our MRT woes to
Shipment to take place on July 29
When the Department of Transportation and Communications recently announced a new and modern "tap-and-go" ticketing system for the LRT-2, people complained that the light-rail transit service needed more trains, not a high-tech ticketing process.The public will
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