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Take note that the suspension does not cover the entire length of EDSA
And another one
As expected, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that the capital's number coding scheme will continue to remain suspended.In a Facebook post, the traffic agency said that the measure will remain suspended "until further notice," reiterating that movement
Another extension
Heads up again, guys: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just released an update regarding the truck ban suspension.In a Facebook post, the agency announced that Metro Manila's truck ban will continue to remain suspended until September 7, which
What could have caused this?
It appears the Pasig City government has a mystery on its hands over in Ortigas.In a Facebook post, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic chief Bong Nebrija shared footage taken in the area showing large cracks along Topaz Road-a dangerous
Heads up, guys
It looks like the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will be busy this weekend regardless of quarantine classifications.In a Facebook post, the MMDA announced that there will be road reblocking and repairs along
Is there a serial ‘mudder’ running loose?
Last week, somebody-supposedly by accident-turned a portion of EDSA into a miniature off-roading course. We even joked that Jimny owners might have been disappointed to see the muck was cleared up before they could have a bit of fun
Here we go again
Well, here we go again. Metro Manila and a handful of other areas are shifting back to enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). This development comes following the official arrival of the COVID-19 Delta variant in the Philippines, so mask up and avoid
How will this affect traffic in the area?
If you passed through the Caloocan City area of EDSA earlier today, then chances are, you saw the new traffic lights installed at the A. De Jesus intersection.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just unveiled this new traffic light system
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
Do you still have yours?
Do you still have your old quarantine pass from the last time your local government (LGU) was placed under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ)? Hopefully, your answer is yes, because there's a chance you may need it again when Metro Manila shifts
Stay safe
It's official: Once the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) kicks in again on August 6, Metro Manila's curfew hours will be from 8pm to 4am.Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) chairman Benhur Abalos shared the news today during Malacañang Palace'
No surprise here
Still need to be out and about despite heightened quarantine measures in Metro Manila this month? Well, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has some news that might come as a relief.In a Facebook post, the traffic agency announced the number
Calling all Jimny owners
Now, we know what the off-roading lot among you are thinking-unfortunately for your Jimnys, Jeeps, and Defenders, however, all this muck has been cleared up already.On a serious note, though, a dump truck caused quite a mess on EDSA
If you’re caught, just accept the consequences
Nobody who has to be out and about on a daily basis digs this kind of weather. Sure, it's cool, but traffic moves at a snail's pace, it's inconvenient, and sometimes dangerous, too. Some motorists, however, see these conditions
The MMDA has launched its new contactless payment system
We bring good news for erring motorists in the metro: You can now settle fines and penalties for your traffic violations via contactless payments.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has now partnered with the Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP) and
Until the weather improves, no road repairs can be done
Last week was horrendous. Rains brought by habagat (partly due to Typhoon Fabian as well) left several areas in the metro flooded. Major thoroughfares such as Taft Avenue in Manila City were submerged in almost knee-deep waters.Now, while the worst
The Metro Manila Bike Lane Network has officially been inaugurated
Cyclists and commuters in the capital have a lot to smile about today, as the Metro Manila Bike Lane Network has just been officially inaugurated.This project comprises various protected bike lanes from around the metro, including Quezon City's 93km bike
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