Articles about Number Coding Scheme

The agency is still conducting further studies before coming up with a decision
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently refuted claims that the new number coding scheme would be implemented starting May 16. However, the question of when exactly this will happen still remains.Well, it appears even the MMDA still doesn't have
Don’t believe everything you read
Another fake post reporting that a new number coding scheme will go into effect later this month is making its rounds online. This time, the post claims the updated policy will kick in on May 16.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
Is it finally time to make the jump?
Are you someone who's recently been considering shifting to an electric vehicle (EV)? You might still want to hold off on that a bit, because at the moment the Nissan Leaf is the only mass-market offering that runs solely on
Good news
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has some good, albeit entirely expected, news for people heading out to vote on Monday, May 9: no number coding scheme on election day.That's right, you can be out behind the wheel regardless of
Do you agree with this?
Good news for the country's medical practitioners: A new memorandum released by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) authorizes the exemption of doctors from the National Capital Region's (NCR) number coding scheme.The MMDA confirmed the legitimacy of the memorandum
The May 1, 2022 start is fake news
These days the most common question people ask us is if the modified number coding scheme will push through. This was the proposal that will add one more day to the existing ban on cars with specific plate-number endings. So instead
Adjustment is the name of the game
Ah, the number coding scheme. The bane of any Metro Manila-based motorists who, well, can't afford more than one car (though a new Metropolitan Manila Development Authority [MMDA] proposal may put a stop to this, too).The thing is, most
A lot of you guys aren’t happy about this
When we reported that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) proposed to further regulate license plate endings in a bid to improve the capital's traffic situation, we said that a lot of people weren't going to be happy about the
Planning to stay in town?
Good news for those of you planning to stay in town over the long Holy Week holiday:Makati City has announced the suspension of the number coding scheme on April 14 and 15.That's Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, for those
Traffic levels along EDSA could go from ‘moderate’ to ‘light to moderate’
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is set to shake things up next month. If the agency will get the Metro Manila Council's approval, it will be implementing a new number coding scheme that will see cars get banned from using
Are you in favor of this?
Brace yourselves: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) may soon have a new Infinity Stone at its disposal in its fight against traffic.During a press briefing earlier today, MMDA chairman Romando Artes presented a new traffic-busting proposal to president Rodrigo
The agency is now only waiting for the Metro Manila Council’s approval
A couple of weeks back, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) presented two new number-coding schemes that could potentially help reduce traffic in the capital. Now, it appears the agency will be actually pushing through with one of those schemes.In
A bit more flexibility
Heads up, motorists: We have some important number coding news to share with you guys.Last week, we reported that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) had announced the suspension of the number coding scheme on April 14 and 15. That's
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. Judging by the report from the first day of Alert Level 1, though, we're not exactly making much progress.As the
This could be a big change
First, the good news: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) doesn't appear to be sitting on its hands over the rise of vehicular traffic in the National Capital Region (NCR). Bad news? Motorists may have to make even bigger sacrifices if
Is this something you’ve looked into?
For the most part, there's little to no escaping the number coding scheme in Metro Manila. Also known as the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), the measure was created in the '90s to reduce congestion in the National Capital Region (
The skyrocketing fuel prices have been the talk of the town this week
  • TGP Rating:
    /20

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    /20
    Starts at ₱