Be safe out there
The rains caused by Typhoon Fabian and the southwest monsoon (habagat) have barely let up the past few days, leaving parts of Metro Manila and other neighboring localities dealing with floods. Evacuations of residents in flood-prone areas-especially in Marikina City,
Goals
If we're being honest, the lighting situation on many Philippine roads leaves much to be desired. It isn't just that a lot of thoroughfares are poorly lit, either-sometimes, visibility is hit or miss as one end of a street
Some impressions two weeks after its opening
On June 12, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) inaugurated the much-awaited BGC-Ortigas Bridge-part of the larger BGC-Ortigas Center Link Road Project and an integral cog in the agency's EDSA decongestion program.There's a
The bikes came with safety gear, and the phones with P2,000 worth of load each
Slowly but surely, the different local government units are turning their respective locales into more bike-friendly areas.The Pasig City LGU, for example, has already made some substantial changes since the pandemic began in order to make its city more bikeable.
Get some exercise while maintaining social distancing
The pandemic has made access to public transportation in Metro Manila far worse than it already was. And so urban dwellers are resorting to biking to get from point A to point B, with some rediscovering their love for cycling and others
Definitely an underrated option
The Nissan Almera isn't a vehicle you would normally picture as a police car. As a Grab or a daily driver? Sure. But for laying down the law? Not exactly.But why not? Frankly, exciting highway police chases aren't really
From the mayor himself
Pasig City motorists who regularly drive along Julia Vargas Avenue will have some adjusting to do soon, as mayor Vico Sotto has announced changes to the thoroughfare's layout.Sotto announced via Twitter that the city government is changing the lane configuration
Exciting times ahead
The Skyway Stage 3 project may be nearing completion, but it doesn't look like San Miguel Corporation (SMC) will be slowing down anytime soon. The company is now setting its sights on completing the Pasig River Expressway (PAREX)."We will continue
The right call?
Bicycle owners within Pasig City need not worry about having to ride with a face shield on after the local government announced wearing one will not be required while cycling within its jurisdiction.The move was announced on social media earlier today.
We wish all public spaces had free Wi-Fi
For a nation that's so connected to the Internet, it sure is difficult to find places where one can go online without cost.In this day and age, free public Wi-Fi should be relatively easy to come by. Internet is
They scored gold at the recently concluded Mobility Awards
Cyclists pedaling around these cities on two wheels will likely agree: Pasig and San Juan are the two most bike-friendly LGUs in Metro Manila.The two cities bested 10 other LGU nominees in the first-ever Mobility Awards, which recently announced
No face shield? No problem
The Pasig City government has been one of the more notable examples of progressive governance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.Early on during the health crisis, the local government permitted the use of tricycles when no one else would,
The test costs P6,000
We know it's a lot of words: The reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction is better known as the RT-PCR swab type of testing for COVID-19-and even better known as the gold standard for confirming whether or not you
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