Articles about Bike Lane

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
The Metro Manila Bike Lane Network has officially been inaugurated
Cyclists and commuters in the capital have a lot to smile about today, as the Metro Manila Bike Lane Network has just been officially inaugurated.This project comprises various protected bike lanes from around the metro, including Quezon City's 93km bike
Good news for bikers in the area
Good news for cyclists in Davao City, as the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has officially inaugurated the city's 54.744km bike-lane network.The Metro Davao Bike Lanes span across 14 sections within Davao City. These include Quimpo Boulevard, Sandawa Road,
The sections add up to a total length of just under 60km
Metro Davao's bike-lane network is set to open in the second week of June-part of the government's efforts to promote active transport in metropolitan areas, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced on June 2.As of May 28,
Get some exercise while maintaining social distancing
The pandemic has made access to public transportation in Metro Manila far worse than it already was. And so urban dwellers are resorting to biking to get from point A to point B, with some rediscovering their love for cycling and others
Part of the Metropolitan Bike Lane Networks project
Good news for cyclists passing through Quezon City: the local government unit has finally inaugurated its 93km intra-city bicycle lane network, which leads to major activity areas in the metro.QC mayor Joy Belmonte is grateful to the Department of Transportation (
Cebuanos can now use certain portions of the new bike lanes
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) on Thursday unveiled a portion of Metro Cebu's dedicated lane for cyclists, part of the government's effort to promote active transport during the pandemic.The road section is located along the SRP road in Cebu
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