From the mayor himself
Pasig City motorists who regularly drive along Julia Vargas Avenue will have some adjusting to do soon, as mayor Vico Sotto has announced changes to the thoroughfare's layout.Sotto announced via Twitter that the city government is changing the lane configuration
As more cyclists hit the road, bicycle-related incidents have increased
We need more bicycle-friendly roads-that's been the case for quite some time now already. But this fact is being highlighted yet again by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) Metro Manila Accident Reporting and Analysis System (MMARAS) report
Coalition says NCR is lagging behind Metro Cebu in setting up bike lanes
Bayanihan 2-or as it's officially known, the Bayanihan to Recover As One Act-was officially signed into law on September 11, 2020. Among the provisions of the government's COVID-19 response plan is an allocation of P814 million for
Is this an adjustment worth making?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is looking into yet another adjustment to EDSA's lane layout. This time, the agency says it is looking into placing the busy thoroughfare's motorcycle and bicycle lanes side by side.In an interview with
We all want to work toward a sustainable future
A year ago, the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) announced that it had successfully built a road out of recycled plastic at its test site in Cavite. Now, the company is looking to use the technology to build bike lanes in its partner
They scored gold at the recently concluded Mobility Awards
Cyclists pedaling around these cities on two wheels will likely agree: Pasig and San Juan are the two most bike-friendly LGUs in Metro Manila.The two cities bested 10 other LGU nominees in the first-ever Mobility Awards, which recently announced
From one rider to another
Mobility in Metro Manila has changed drastically ever since this COVID-19 pandemic hit, and in a way, we're still thankful. Moving around the city has been incredibly hard over the past several months, but at least we're starting to
Including new roads and bridges, as well as future expansion projects
If there's really one good thing that came out of this whole COVID-19 crisis, it's that authorities are now paying more attention to commuters, especially cyclists.Over the past few months, government agencies and local government units have been
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With public transport subject to quarantine rules, many have turned to biking to get around. In order to address cyclists' concerns, the country's transportation department is holding a survey in preparation for the bicycle-lane networks in metropolitan areas.The survey
Proving why it’s the most bike-friendly city in the Philippines
Even before COVID-19, public transportation in Metro Manila has been a huge nightmare, from the unorganized bus scheme along EDSA to the always-packed train lines. Things only got worse when the pandemic hit the Philippines as the community quarantine has
A total of 17 bike racks have been installed so far
The Department of Transportation said Tuesday that it has installed more bike racks in MRT-3 stations to accommodate the growing number of commuters whose new normal routes include bicycles and trains.A total of 17 out of the planned 34 bike
This can only bode well for commuters, especially medical frontliners
One of the most significant changes brought about by this COVID-19 pandemic is the emergence of bike lanes in Metro Manila. Granted, while there are already some areas in the capital with established road networks for bicycles, it's still worth
Have you spotted him cycling across the metro yet?
At 70 years old, senior citizen cyclist Gil Gener Palomar still beats the rush on two wheels-while making a colorful statement aboard his bicycle.Just check out his outfit when he went out for a recent ride, as spotted by Spin.
The budget would come from the ‘Bayanihan 2’ bill.
The Department of Transportation said Thursday that it would need P1.04 billion to establish a bike lane network in Metro Manila to provide commuters an alternative during the general community quarantine.The proposed bike lanes will be 1.2 to 1.
We need these bike lanes
Bike lanes on EDSA will open today, August 15, and traffic authorities and bicycle organizations are calling for volunteers to help man it.The EDSA Bike Lane (southbound), will be open from August 15 to 18, 6am to 10am, and will be
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