Is there a cleaner one in the country?
It turns out that making pedestrians' lives more convenient around these parts can be done.Those of you who regularly pass Ayala Triangle and Salcedo in Makati City will be pleased to know that moving between the two areas will now be
A win for personal mobility
Last week, the Makati Parking Authority (MAPA) caused quite a stir after news got out that its enforcers were apprehending electric kick scooter users in the Central Business District. It appears, though, that this issue has finally been laid to rest.In
Be warned
For many, personal mobility devices like electric kick scooters have been a godsend since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Not only does the vehicle provide an alternative to a public transportation system unable to perform at full capacity, it gives people that
Set to open within the month
In case you missed it, we recently looked into the pedestrian component of the recently opened BGC-Ortigas Bridge, and suffice to say that at this point in time, it's not looking to be the most pedestrian-friendly new piece of
This doesn’t apply everywhere, though
It's official: The number coding scheme will remain suspended in Metro Manila for the month of July.In a Facebook post, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that the number coding scheme will not be making a return this month.
Another new quarantine classification
And another one. The quarantine classification of the National Capital Region (NCR) has been changed yet again. This time, we're going from general community quarantine (GCQ) with heightened restrictions to GCQ with restrictions.Yeah, honestly, keeping track of all of these
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
The MMDA’s number-coding scheme also remains suspended
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) made it clear during the start of the year that number coding will still be suspended around the metro until further notice. And according to the agency's latest advisory (which you can see below), this
Take note of the health and safety protocols before visiting
During the early days of COVID-19 lockdown, Volvo put out a simple message: "Right now, the safest place to be isn't in a Volvo." Simple and effective. Volvo Philippines even rolled out its Online Concierge a few months ago in
Kobe!
So, you're holding a crumpled piece of paper in your hand that needs to go in the trash. What do you do next? If your answer is to back down, spin around, shout 'Kobe!' as you let that sucker fly into
How many of these changes have you actually witnessed?
The city of Makati wasn't always the busy central business district it is today-before the presence of skyscrapers and shopping malls, it was merely empty grasslands. Over time, the city has evolved from an airport to a prime real-estate
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
Have you tried these services already?
Earlier this year, residents from down south-specifically in Laguna-were treated to the good news that new point-to-point (P2P) routes from Calamba City to Bonifacio Global City (BGC) and Makati City have been opened. While there are operational P2P
Happy 30th anniversary, Filling Station!
There's this scene in the film Cars that has always stayed with me since the movie first came out in 2006. It's when Lightning McQueen finally finishes repairing the main road of Radiator Springs, and the residents fix their neon
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