Articles about Number Coding Scheme

Take note
If you're planning to go out of town this long weekend, then you should factor in this bit of motoring news: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that the number-coding scheme will be suspended for four days during
Our follow-up report about this dishonest practice
Update: No, you can't pay to choose the last digit of your plate number-unless you have paid for a special plate.Yesterday, we wrote about a statement released by the Land Transportation Office (LTO). We said: "According to LTO
Here's what happened
The number coding scheme, otherwise known as the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), cannot be escaped. On Monday, cars with plate numbers that end in 1 and 2 are coded; Tuesday is for 3 and 4; Wednesday is for 5 and
After the July 31 extension expired
Earlier this year, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced that it would be extending the 'no-window' number coding policy until July 31, 2017. This was after concerned government agencies came to the conclusion that Metro Manila's traffic had improved
Can this reduce traffic?
Are you willing to give up using your vehicle for two days a week? If the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) plan to implement a two-day coding scheme pushes through, you might just have to.According to a report by
In case of emergencies
Metro Manila's traffic is bad enough when you need to get somewhere important, so you can only imagine how much worse it is during a medical emergency, when every second counts. We've all seen and heard blaring ambulances being forced
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