Articles about Pasig City

The driver from the viral video also pleaded not guilty to charges this week
This is on top of staying out of the bike lane
Staying out of the bike lane if you're behind the wheel of a motor vehicle is a given. There are, however, many more regulations in place to protect cyclists that motorists might not be aware of.The Pasig City government recently
It’s free of charge…for now
Another government building has installed electric vehicle chargers for public use. This time, it's Pasig City hall. Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto made the announcement earlier today, saying he and a handful of other officials immediately proceeded to the newly-installed
More branches should be this convenient
One of the biggest inconveniences when it comes to getting government IDs or documents is having to jump from one building to the next to fulfill requirements. Simply put, it sucks.If you're planning to get your driver's license in
Something for the weekend
Remember last year when Pasig City first designated Emerald Avenue as a car-free zone on Sundays? Just over six months later, the local government has established more People's Streets-thoroughfares that are closed off to vehicular traffic on Sundays, and
From 6pm onwards on Sunday evening
We don't know about you guys, but more often than not, we like to take it slow on Sundays and just relax at home. That said, we know traffic in the metro is usually lighter on Sundays, so we understand why
Designed by Architect Daryl Van Abaygar
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) officially has a new headquarters located in Barangay Ugong, Pasig City.The MMDA's New Head Office Building, a 20-story facility that was first conceptualized in 2018 under the leadership of the late Danilo Lim,
Keep ’em coming
Pasig City really takes the idea of 'inclusive mobility' quite seriously. It has reopened an entire intersection for pedestrians, implemented weekly car-free zones, and renovated beat-up walkways over the past year alone.Now, the local government unit has made yet
The dilapidated structure now boasts a clean and vibrant (and functional) look
We understand that there's still a long way to go before we can call Metro Manila a walkable and bikeable city. But at the very least, we've seen various cities and districts in the capital take steps to improve the
Avoid the affected areas
Let's keep this short and sweet: You may want to avoid Pasig City if you're in a hurry tomorrow.The local government has warned motorists to expect heavy traffic in some areas due to the 2022 Sunduan Festival parade. Look:
Rides are still free, in case you were wondering
Good news for commuters who use the Pasig River Ferry Service (PRFS) often: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just opened the new Kalawaan Station.The new station is located along N. Cuevas Street near the Kalawaan Bridge in Pasig City.
PAREX will include bike lanes, walkways, and a bus rapid transit system
San Miguel Corporation's (SMC) proposed Pasig River Expressway (PAREX) has been subject to scrutiny ever since the concept was made known to the public. Whatever the case may be, however, the company will be pushing through with the project.According to
These are designated areas where cyclists can wait during a red light
Pasig City made headlines last week when it opened a new intersection along Shaw Boulevard to make the area more pedestrian-friendly. In case you missed it, you can read more about it here.One of the highlights of the intersection is
What do you think?
If you happened to pass by the stretch of Shaw Boulevard between Barangay Kapitolyo and Capitol Commons recently, you might have noticed a slight change in the area.The Pasig City government has ditched the concrete barrier along that part of Shaw
Proper lighting goes a long way towards road safety
If you've driven along Ortigas Avenue in the past, you know parts of the thoroughfare suffer from a serious lack of lighting. The area on and around Rosario Bridge, in particular, is an example of this.Well, motorists who regularly pass
The first LGU-led protected bike lane with an integrated intersection treatment
A lot of work still needs to be done before Metro Manila becomes a bike-friendly urban space. At the very least, though, various local government units are taking several steps to improve life for cyclists within their respective cities.Pasig City,
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