The recent 390,238 tally is almost as big as the 405,882 total from July 8, 2019
Here's a question for motorists who pass through EDSA regularly these days: Is it starting to feel like traffic is getting worse by the day? Well, don't worry, it's not just your head playing tricks on you.According to
“Konting disiplina naman”
Keeping public transport flowing in a smooth fashion isn't the only reason the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is trying to keep motorbikes out of the EDSA Busway lane. Besides maintaining order, the agency is trying to keep both riders and
To make way for the ongoing MRT-7 construction
The ongoing construction of the MRT-7 project will continue to affect traffic along North Avenue over the next few months. To those who often pass through this area of Quezon City, take note.According to the latest advisory from the Metropolitan
When will this madness end?
Okay, this is getting out of hand. Someone has dumped mud all over a portion of EDSA again, and it appears authorities aren't any closer to catching the perpetrator (or perpetrators, if this isn't the work of a single motorist).
Is there a serial ‘mudder’ running loose?
Last week, somebody-supposedly by accident-turned a portion of EDSA into a miniature off-roading course. We even joked that Jimny owners might have been disappointed to see the muck was cleared up before they could have a bit of fun
How will this affect traffic in the area?
If you passed through the Caloocan City area of EDSA earlier today, then chances are, you saw the new traffic lights installed at the A. De Jesus intersection.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just unveiled this new traffic light system
Calling all Jimny owners
Now, we know what the off-roading lot among you are thinking-unfortunately for your Jimnys, Jeeps, and Defenders, however, all this muck has been cleared up already.On a serious note, though, a dump truck caused quite a mess on EDSA
We conduct an experiment to find out
To toll, or not to toll. That is the question. If we're going by some people's theories on social media, the answer might be the former-at least if you're hoping to save money when it comes to fuel
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
Until the weather improves, no road repairs can be done
Last week was horrendous. Rains brought by habagat (partly due to Typhoon Fabian as well) left several areas in the metro flooded. Major thoroughfares such as Taft Avenue in Manila City were submerged in almost knee-deep waters.Now, while the worst
It’s in front of SM Megamall
While driving on EDSA for the first time in months, my friend pointed to a huge monument being erected in front of SM Megamall. "It looks like Valak," he said. "It looks like the Nazguls from the Lord of the Rings," I
For those planning to pass these thoroughfares, take note
Heading out somewhere around the metro this weekend? If you're planning to drive through either EDSA or Congressional Avenue, be advised that the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will be conducting road reblocking and repairs in some parts of
Do you agree with this take?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is standing firm with its decision not to reimplement the number coding scheme, saying doing so may compromise the safety of the capital's commuters. In a statement, the agency pointed out that while the volume
Definitely not a good look
Well, this definitely isn't a good look for the underground motorbike ride-hailing industry.In a Facebook post, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic chief Bong Nebrija shared that agency enforcers recently apprehended a habal-habal rider along EDSA. A distressed
Heads up
Are you liking the absence of Metro Manila's number coding scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic? Well, enjoy it while it lasts, because it might only be a matter of time before it returns.In a recent radio interview with ABS-
In order to make way for the ongoing construction of the MRT-LRT Common Station
Heads up, motorists: Multiple northbound and southbound lanes along EDSA are set to close for 80 days to make way for the ongoing construction of the MRT-LRT Common Station.According to an advisory from the local government unit of Quezon City,
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