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She has remained isolated from her family for a month now
Recently, we have written about the heroic deeds of two medical frontliners-a doctor and a nurse-who lost their lives while saving patients of COVID-19. The body count from their ranks continues to rise as the deadly virus continues to
Details on the transport of food and goods, travel for work
Last night, the Philippine government raised the nation's COVID-19 alert status to code red sublevel 2. To prevent the spread of the virus within the country, authorities announced domestic travel restrictions on all forms of transport in and out of
Travel safe and avoid touching your face
The government has raised COVID-19's alert level to code red sublevel 2. Now, chances are many of you have some idea or notion of what this means thanks to information circulating online, but let's clear things up a bit.
The lecture must be taken under the LTO or any of its accredited driving schools
If you or anyone you know will be applying for a student-driver permit anytime soon, then take note: Starting April 6, 2020, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) will be requiring all applicants of the said permit to take a 15-hour
Commuters are the hardest hit in this situation
Do you take the bus regularly? Chances are you're probably thinking twice about boarding one now on account of the country's COVID-19 scare. Sadly, this news isn't going to help put your mind at ease.To help halt
Standing is still allowed, as long as the bus isn’t overcrowded
The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has addressed concerns regarding the use of public buses amid Metro Manila's ongoing COVID-19 scare.In a press conference held on March 10, the agency announced that overcrowded buses will not be
Do you take these rail lines daily?
Wary of driving because of the spread of COVID-19 in Metro Manila? Just imagine what Metro Manila's countless commuters are going through at the moment-specifically, those who take the train on a daily basis.Cramped, confined train cabins are
Is this too drastic a measure?
As of several hours ago today, March 9, the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) says the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country is 20. The government has also already declared a nationwide state of public health emergency. Now,
Plus, updates on LTO driver’s license exam and centralized digital system
In light of recent events
It seems Republic Act No. 11235 or the notorious 'doble plaka' law isn't going away anytime soon.Senator Richard Gordon, the principal author of the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act, is once again pushing for its immediate implementation, citing the rising riding-
The ‘EV and Charging Station Act’ could help save up to P490-B annually
If you're one of those people who think we need more electric vehicles in the country-specifically in Metro Manila-then get a load of this: an 'Electric Vehicles and Charging Station Act' has now been filed in the Senate.Senator
No longer just in Filipino and English
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) are taking further steps to make the Philippine driver's license exam more inclusive for prospective motorists across the country.In a Facebook post, the DOTr announced that it has directed
“We want the riding public to be out of danger”
Erring public utility vehicle drivers who have amassed multiple traffic violations behind the wheel might soon be suspended from plying Metro Manila's streets.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it is looking to suspend such motorists after the
Do you frequent this area?
Motorists who frequent Roxas Boulevard may want to brace for a little extra traffic over the coming months.The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) will be conducting road reblocking and repair works along portions of the busy thoroughfare over the
However, operations will take more time to normalize
It's been almost five months since the Light Rail Transit Line 2 (LRT-2) partially closed down due to the fire that broke out between the rail line's Katipunan and Anonas stations. In its initial statement, the Light Rail Transit
LGUs must establish facilities for their respective cities and municipalities
A week after rolling out Road Clearing Operation 2.0, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) is ramping up its efforts to unclog the streets of the metro even further as it has now instructed local government units (LGUs)
According to the MMDA
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just released its latest Metro Manila Accident Recording and Analysis System report for 2019. For the third consecutive year, according to the report, C5 continues to be the deadliest road for motorists with 31 fatalities
Ever heard of personal space?
So, last year's Metro Manila Accident Reporting and Analysis System (MMARAS) numbers are in. What have we learned so far? That the Philippine capital is not a safe place for motorcycles, that early morning drives are risky business, and that our
Ride safe out there
Own a motorcycle? Then you're going to want to take extra care the next time you head out because motorbike-related deaths have once again topped the Metro Manila Accident Reporting and Analysis System's (MMARAS) list of traffic fatalities last
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