Articles about Metro Manila Traffic

Um, small consolation?
Remember when the possible implementation of a new number coding scheme was being discussed a couple of months back? Our last update on it was that any new measure will likely take effect under the incoming administration.So, here's the latest
Is anyone even surprised to hear about this?
There's one thing we've taken for granted over the last two years: the lack of traffic. Now that more and more workers are returning to the office, pre-pandemic traffic jams are back in full force, making many of us
Government agencies might want to look into these
Year in and year out, government agencies and authorities keep trying to solve the never-ending traffic problem on EDSA. As the number of cars plying EDSA continues to rise, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is looking for ways to control
How’s the return-to-office experience been for you so far?
On March 1, parts of the country were put under Alert Level 1. With the looser restrictions, many of us began trooping back to the office as companies instructed employees to report physically to work.Some bosses want to see more people
For everyone on the road
The light turns red just as the jeepney executes a perfect 'Schumacher chop,' cutting across my lane to pick up a solitary commuter. I've driven in Metro Manila long enough to anticipate such moves, and slowed the car down, giving him
Here we go
It's not only the final month of the year that we're ushering in tomorrow: Effective December 1, 2021, the reimplementation of number coding will also kick in, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has confirmed. Merry Christmas.As mentioned in
The agency adds that this could implemented “probably by next week”
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is recommending to Metro Manila mayors the reimposition of number coding as looser COVID-19 restrictions bring traffic congestion close to pre-pandemic levels.The vehicle reduction scheme could be back "probably by next week," MMDA
We rank fifth in terms of the number of hours spent in traffic yearly
We lose a lot of time and money whenever we get stuck in heavy traffic in Metro Manila. But have any of you ever wondered how much you actually lose?Budget Direct recently conducted a study on the yearly costs of sitting
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
To ensure the swift deliveries of essentials
The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that the truck ban will be suspended along major thoroughfares during the upcoming enhanced community quarantine (ECQ), "to ensure the unhampered movement of essential goods."Metro Manila will be under ECQ from August 6
Trucks carrying perishables, agricultural products are exempted
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it will resume the implementation of the truck ban in Metro Manila on Monday, May 17. This comes following the shift of Metro Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Cavite, and Rizal from modified enhanced community
The project should be completed within 24 months
It's all coming together now: The major tollways connecting the northern and southern parts of Metro Manila are really starting to take shape as San Miguel Corporation kicks off work on the 1.2km road that will link its recently completed
And the shift to cashless tollways? It’s been suspended indefinitely. Yep...
See how the world of motoring has fared in the first few days of 2021
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