Waze survey says driving in Manila sucks
Motorists in Metro Manila are probably not surprised--or even amused--with this news. But this is one of the takeaways from Waze's first-ever "Global Driver Satisfaction Index." Numerical scores from 10 to 1--with 10 being "satisfying" and 1
For the construction of Binondo Arch
If you're coming from Lawton or Padre Burgos Avenue going toward Binondo through Jones Bridge in Manila, don't be surprised if you're rerouted to Escolta. That's because the Manila District Traffic Enforcement Unit has closed off the section
Will it improve traffic in Quiapo area?
Effective today, the city government of Manila is implementing express lanes on Quezon Boulevard, both northbound and southbound.Southbound vehicles headed for Lawton are advised to keep left to go up the Quezon Bridge in Quiapo, while public-utility vehicles are advised
Traffic flow said to be back to normal
Motorists and commuters who travel through the Port of Manila will be pleased to know that, according to Malacañang Palace, the traffic mess caused by the congested ports has now been resolved."With the combined efforts of the Cabinet Cluster on
Time to map out your alternate routes
If you're going somewhere within the metro this weekend, vehicle traffic is expected to be heavier than usual due to numerous road closures in Quezon City and Manila.Quezon City is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee. To mark the occasion, the local
Purchases 12 units for Manila's Finest
Manila Mayor Joseph "Erap" Estrada has personally taken delivery of 12 units of the Nissan Almera purchased by his city government "to beef up Manila's police patrol fleet."The turnover ceremony was attended by Nissan Philippines Inc. (NPI) president and managing
It's the Emergency Response Assistance Program
Manila City will soon be on a par with cities like Taguig and Makati when it comes to traffic management, as it prepares to inaugurate its Manila Command Center, otherwise called the Emergency Response Assistance Program. (Check out the acronym for the
Know your way around the busy streets of Manila on the feast of the Black Nazarene<br />
Roads in Manila are expected to be tight on January 9 as devotees observe the feast of the Black Nazarene with a procession that lasts for hours. With people flocking the streets, the traffic enforcement unit of the Manila Police District has
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