Articles about Bong Nebrija

This has to be fixed
Northbound motorists on EDSA will want to take extra care the next time they drive by Forbes Park's outer wall along the busy thoroughfare.A portion of the exclusive subdivision's perimeter wall collapsed over the weekend, sending concrete falling onto
Apply cold water to the burned area
Recently, a Facebook page by the name of Luxury Cars Manila went viral for all the wrong reasons.In a post that, by the looks of it, has since been deleted, the page-which claims to be "the premier luxury automotive brokerage
These will replace some of the infamous concrete barriers along the thoroughfare
There have been major changes made along EDSA throughout this COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest one being the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) EDSA Busway system.The new system, however, has been the subject of public scrutiny over the last month
This is what refusing to cooperate gets you
As more and more motorists start hitting the road once again as we transition further in to general community quarantine (GCQ) in the metro, it's almost inevitable that traffic violations will increase in number as a result.Still, we'd be
Welp
Well, so much for that. A report by CNN Philippines reveals that President Duterte's promise earlier this year to reduce travel time from Cubao to Makati by five minutes is no longer feasible for 2019. The news was broken by presidential
#OneLessCar
Remember late last month when Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander Bong Nebrija pulled over and scolded a motorized kick scooter rider on EDSA?The incident was caught on footage, and it might have given off the impression the official
A warning from the MMDA
If you frequent areas like Ortigas and Bonifacio Global City (BGC) on the regular, chances are you've noticed that motorized kick scooters are becoming an increasingly common sight.It makes sense if you think about it: They're relatively affordable (some
He has ‘prayer warriors’ for his spiritual guidance
Col. Edison 'Bong' Nebrija, MMDA traffic operations chief, must be the agency's busiest and most visible official these days.If we don't see him on social media flagging down colorum buses on EDSA, inspecting field personnel, doing media interviews, guesting
There’s a catch, though
It looks like the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is really going to push for a five-minute drive from Makati City to Cubao-an admirable mission, though we're not getting our hopes up just yet.MMDA special operations commander Bong
Do you think it will push through this time?
EDSA's driver-only car ban might soon be a thing again.During an interview on CNN Philippines' The Source, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander Bong Nebrija said that the agency plans to revive the controversial traffic scheme once
Answer: Pretty damn fast
Five minutes. That's the travel time from Makati City to Cubao that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is gunning for following President Rodrigo Duterte's promise that such a blitz would be possible come December 2019.Five minutes.We're
“Wala na po talagang disiplina”
The debate rages on as to whether or not cracking down on EDSA's bus terminals will be beneficial to the state of Metro Manila's traffic.On one hand, there are those who say doing so will help bring some semblance
Private cars are being flagged down, too
Yesterday, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) special operations commander (and resident tough guy) Bong Nebrija shared a video showing enforcers strictly, er, enforcing the yellow-lane rule on buses along EDSA.The video, which has since gone viral, was a breath of
Is this the real life?
So apparently, public buses can fall in line along EDSA, and all it takes is a little patience from those behind the wheel, a tough-as-nails Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) commander, and a handful of enforcers to keep the situation
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