Articles about Pasig City

“Dapat mag-focus sila sa daloy ng trapiko”
Pasig City mayor-elect Vico Sotto recently stirred up social media when he announced his plans to remove the city's 'unfair and ineffective' odd-even coding scheme on his first day of office-to the delight of many netizens. In a
According to the city’s new leader
Thanks to the recent midterm elections, change has come in Pasig City in the form of new leadership. Vico Sotto defeated incumbent mayor Bobby Eusebio in a landslide victory. Naturally, the new mayor has his own vision for the city's future.
Pasig City’s bike-sharing facility has eight stations located across Ortigas CBD
There have been proposals to solve the crippling traffic situation in Metro Manila, from building a subway system to banning "driver-only" cars on EDSA. Some think turning motorcycles into a legal mode of public transportation can help alleviate the endless gridlock,
A look at one of the newer establishments in Ortigas
Fun fact: Ayala Malls The 30th is named as such because it sits on 30 Meralco Avenue in Pasig City. Okay, fine, maybe the fact isn't that fun. Anyway, since the establishment opened in early 2017, it has provided a shopping
How does it fare?
Estancia Mall's opening a few years ago brought some much-needed open space and new facilities to Ortigas shoppers. Now, the Capitol Commons facility it sits on is busier than ever, with a supermarket already open and nearby condos on the
What gives?
A 2016 Pasig City ordinance regulating the use of full-face motorcycle helmets is making rounds online and causing confusion in the Philippine riding community.Pasig City Ordinance No. 23, or "An Ordinance Approving the Revised Traffic and Parking Management Code, Defining
From three lanes down to two
Remember all the uproar last year about the high-occupancy vehicle lane along EDSA? Well, the powers that be are at it again this year, this time with a similar idea along Julia Vargas Avenue.Dubbed the 'Apat Dapat' scheme, the new
Not your usual idea of dining out
The concept of mobile food stalls isn\'t new in the Philippines. Those lucky enough to grow up in modest neighborhoods surely enjoyed dirty ice cream, fishballs and buttered sweet corn during their childhood. These street eats are hawked around by vendors
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