Two other streets will be no-vending zones with one-lane parking
It looks like the Manila City local government unit was just getting started when it conducted massive road-clearing ops in Quiapo last week. Now, the LGU has announced that it will begin the strict implementation of its No Parking, No Vending
The LGU will begin clamping illegally parked cars in the city starting July 28
It's not just the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) that's clamping down (no pun intended) on illegally parked vehicles-the local government unit of Pasig City has announced that it will also begin heightening its road-clearing efforts.Starting July
Be mindful of where you park
The poor Civic didn't even see it coming. Her owner definitely should have, though.An old-school Honda Civic race car sporting custom license plates became a victim of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) pre-State of the Nation
Expect to see more of the agency working on areas near schools
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has been aggressive with its road-clearing operations as of late. In the coming weeks and months, though, expect to see the agency ramp up its efforts even further.As Metro Manila prepares for the return
This is a huge headache for the agency
Ridding Metro Manila's streets of illegally-parked cars is a tall task. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), though, is keeping at it-even if hard-headed motorists can't seem to get the message.While facing reporters during a recent
What is a washer even doing there?
Illegally parked cars? Okay, we can see why someone would think to leave their ride where they aren't supposed to. Vulcanizing equipment? If your main source of income is by the side of the road, it makes sense.But washing machines?
Be warned
If you're someone who's constantly parking your car on the side of the road illegally because you've never been caught, it might be time to change your ways. Your luck might just run out.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (
And we have a winner. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has released its top 10 most recorded traffic violations from January to November 2021, and the number one offense for last year is disregarding traffic signs.The top violation doesn't
LGUs must establish facilities for their respective cities and municipalities
A week after rolling out Road Clearing Operation 2.0, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is ramping up its efforts to unclog the streets of the metro even further as it has now instructed local government units (LGUs)
And stresses that national highways are off-limits to tricycles, pedicabs
Think it's safe to park your car illegally once more following the Department of the Interior and Local Government's (DILG) road-clearing operations last year? Think again.The agency has announced that it has started Road Clearing Operation 2.0.
“In specific areas, a ‘No Parking’ sign is not required”
Question: My car was clamped, but we parked in front of our apartment. There was no signage [prohibiting parking]. Is this legal?Yes, it is possible for a car to be illegally parked at a public street or area or even in
...they availed of a second LTO license by submitting an affidavit of loss
You can run, but you cannot hide. This is the message of the Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau (MTPB) to motorists whose driver's licenses were confiscated for various traffic violations but failed to, or worse, deliberately, did not redeem them. Some
“Mayors must exercise their power and put their foot down”
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is urging Metro Manila mayors to get tough on barangay captains who fail to keep their roads free of obstructions."We have been deluged by complaints from the people about barangay captains who
A lot has to happen before September ends
The ultimatum is now official: The Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) has announced that starting today, Metro Manila mayors have 60 days to clear their cities' roads of obstructions. By our count, the deadline falls on September 26, 2019."This
Park at your own risk
It looks like the San Juan City government is shifting its fight against traffic and illegal parking into full gear.The streets around Barangay Greenhills-specifically Club Filipino Avenue, and portions of Annapolis Street, Missouri Street, and Connecticut Street-are now officially
Do you park here?
Frequenters of Annapolis in the Greenhills area will soon have to find more suitable parking areas, as San Juan City mayor-elect Francis Zamora has expressed his intent to remove street parking along the busy thoroughfare.In an interview on One News
It’s been an expensive year so far
The law applies to all, otherwise to none at all.It's a sentiment that we truly believe in, especially when it comes to traffic laws. We believe no one should be immune to enforcement and due punishment-including us. We really
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