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The agency also wants to install more CCTVs around the metro
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently announced that it is looking to intensify the enforcement of its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). The agency, however, didn't specify how exactly it plans to do so.In a recent briefing, agency chairman
Remember: They’re watching
After almost two years, EDSA is beginning to feel like normal again. By 'normal,' we mean slow-moving traffic on the regular-and things are expected to get more complicated with the capital's shift to Alert Level 1.Considering the sudden
Ups and downs
Dry run of QC no-contact apprehension scheme extended at three intersections"Quezon City has announced that the dry run of the NCAP is extended until November 24 at these three intersections:"The official advisory adds that every time NCAP cameras are
Until November 24
You may recall that on October 11, Quezon City began implementing its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). The initial 30 days of implementation was set to be a dry run-cameras actively monitored the areas covered by the NCAP, but no fines
Specifically along the Roman Superhighway
More and more cities and provinces outside of Metro Manila are starting to implement no-contact apprehension programs (NCAPs) in their locales. The latest one to do so is Bataan.The Bataan provincial government, along with the Metro Bataan Development Authority (MBDA),
An advisory saying it will only take effect on November 15 is circulating online
You might have seen a so-called advisory from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) saying that its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) will be implemented starting November 15. Well, that's fake news, so be advised.The agency has released a
You have been warned
Bad news for reckless motorists: It looks like you're going to have a harder time getting away with traffic violations in Quezon City now.The city has announced that it has implemented a dry run of its new no-contact traffic
It’s now being implemented in Cauayan City, Isabela
More local government units are starting to adopt no-contact apprehension programs (NCAP) in their areas. The local government unit of Cauayan City in Isabela has announced that it is now implementing the same system within its jurisdiction.According to the LGU,
Traffic violators, beware
By now, you may have already heard about the City of Manila's no-contact apprehension program (NCAP), which uses cameras along major thoroughfares to catch traffic violators and record their vehicles' plate numbers. After the system was launched in December last
Recently, Manila City released a statement highlighting the effectiveness of the Manila Traffic and Parking Management Bureau's (MTPB) no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). According to the local government unit, the system has helped reduce traffic violations in the city by 25%
They’re watching
Traffic violators, beware-especially if you're in Manila City.In case you're unaware, the Manila City government has had a no-contact apprehension traffic program (NCAP) in place since December 2020. The system is composed of 27 different cameras installed
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