Government agencies might want to look into these
Year in and year out, government agencies and authorities keep trying to solve the never-ending traffic problem on EDSA. Judging by the report from the first day of Alert Level 1, though, we're not exactly making much progress.As the
Motorcycles, SUVs, tricycles—you name it
Bike lanes aren't for motorists. They're for bicycles, e-bikes, electric kick scooters, and other similar modes of transport. We'll just continue reiterating this because it appears a lot of motorists still need that constant reminder.In Quezon City,
New amenities have also been installed in Nuvali for the well-being of cyclists
Cycling has been a go-to for a lot of Filipinos throughout this pandemic, be it for commuting or simply for leisure and exercise. The sheer number of cyclists on the road these days is proof of that.In response to this,
These are designated areas where cyclists can wait during a red light
Pasig City made headlines last week when it opened a new intersection along Shaw Boulevard to make the area more pedestrian-friendly. In case you missed it, you can read more about it here.One of the highlights of the intersection is
It will stretch from Marulas all the way to Malanday
We're already a year and a half into this pandemic, but we're still glad to see various local government units across Metro Manila continuously making changes to adapt to the times.The Valenzuela City LGU, for example, has announced that
The first LGU-led protected bike lane with an integrated intersection treatment
A lot of work still needs to be done before Metro Manila becomes a bike-friendly urban space. At the very least, though, various local government units are taking several steps to improve life for cyclists within their respective cities.Pasig City,
There’ll be extra 1.5m lanes on both sides of the expressway
There were some discussions on social media about how some of the government's infrastructure projects aren't very pedestrian-friendly in light of the BGC-Ortigas Bridge opening. While there may be some truth in that, at least there are also
Sounds promising
Recently, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) got people talking after sharing details of its upcoming airport and Aerocity projects in Bulacan. The latter sounds like it has a lot going for it so far, including one of the country's top urban
Good move
That Baguio City has seen better days is a common sentiment from many people who've visited the nation's summer capital the past couple of years. The main culprit? Based purely on the eye test, you could count rapid urbanization and
The agency will ticket all erring motorists
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has a stern reminder for all motorists: No parking on bicycle lanes. Come on, guys, does this really need reminding?The agency's Task Force Special Operations personnel recently conducted clearing operations around the capital, issuing
Let this serve as a reminder to all of us to respect the bike lanes
If you're still doubting the government's implementation of the bicycle lane policy in Metro Manila, then check out these photos of the Inter-Agency Council for Traffic (I-ACT) conducting random checkpoints along Roxas Boulevard in Manila.Based on the
If you’re caught, just accept the consequences
Nobody who has to be out and about on a daily basis digs this kind of weather. Sure, it's cool, but traffic moves at a snail's pace, it's inconvenient, and sometimes dangerous, too. Some motorists, however, see these conditions
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