They’re watching
Remember the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) no-contact apprehension policy? Yeah, it's still in effect.Just because you haven't received a citation in the mail-whether for distracted driving, crossing the yellow line, or some other violation-doesn'
That didn’t last long
Well, that didn't last long. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it is suspending the dry run of its provincial bus ban along EDSA.What's the reason for the bus ban's suspension? According to MMDA general
You’ll have more time to prep for the heavy traffic
If you've already conditioned yourself for the heavy traffic along Marcos Highway starting May 4, take note: The Marcos Bridge rehabilitation project has been delayed by one week from the original schedule.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced earlier this
Take note
Breaking news for eastern Metro Manila motorists-the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced this afternoon the closure of Marcos Bridge along Marcos Highway, effective 11pm on Saturday, May 4, 2019.The first four months of the rehabilitation process will cover the
Did you feel the earthquake, too?
In light of yesterday's magnitude 6.1 earthquake, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) says it will continue with its traffic management plans but stressed the agency's current focus is on disaster response. It also announced that cities
What are the consequences?
If you are late in paying for the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) fine, you cannot renew your driver's license or your motor vehicle registration depending on the manner of apprehension. If an enforcement officer apprehended you and you fail to
Good riddance
Are you tired of provincial buses stopping dead in their tracks in front of you to drop off passengers? Well, we have some good news for you: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that provincial buses loading and unloading passengers
The explanation is simple
Yesterday, we reported that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Regulation No. 19-001 had been published, and the corresponding fine for speeding is now set at P1,000 per instance.The report also includes a list of all of Metro Manila'
Your questions have been answered
Two days ago, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) published Regulation No. 19-001, setting the fine for violating the capital's 60kph speed limit at P1,000 per incident.Strangely, though, the document appeared to specifically exempt trucks and buses from
Remember: The limit is 60kph
Late last month, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that it would be implementing a 60kph speed limit on all of Manila's major roads. Now we know how much the fine is.According to MMDA Regulation No. 19-001, the
This isn’t a joke
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has closed part of the Magallanes Interchange to traffic. And we know it's April 1st, but this isn't an April Fool's joke.According to the MMDA, the move comes in a bid to
Expect it to take effect soon
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is serious about fixing our traffic problem by lessening the number of cars on the road.Major thoroughfares under the jurisdiction of the MMDA no longer have number-coding window hours under the expanded Unified Vehicular
Watch where you’re walking
Crosswalks, people. Those white lines aren't there for aesthetic purposes. They're meant to keep both pedestrians and cars in check-and to keep them from figuring in accidents with one another. But if your own well-being isn't enough
Will this improve the flow of traffic?
Provincial buses clogging certain parts of EDSA might soon be a thing of the past.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that a resolution "prohibiting the issuance of business permits to all public-utility bus terminals and operators and other
“It can be implemented any time”
Speed demons-at least the ones who haven't been exorcized by our horrendous traffic yet-beware: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is planning to implement a 60kph speed limit on all of Manila's major thoroughfares.MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago
We're listening
The Philippines has made great strides towards cleaning up its act when it comes to transportation. There's the Department of Transportation's (DOTR) PUV Modernization Program, which is still ongoing, as well as tax exemptions on electric car imports,
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