Articles about Pedestrian Safety

The local government unit has just launched the Valenzuela City Food Fiesta
Common sense, guys
Does anyone else around here feel like finding street parking in public is getting more difficult with every passing day? We sure do. Regardless of the situation, though, there's one mortal parking sin we wouldn't ever even think of committing:
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
Can the city do it?
Quezon City is a pretty big place-like, really big. So, to be honest, we kind of did a double-take when the local government announced that it wants to illuminate 100% of its roads. The city has no plans of backing
The rehabilitated space will be opened in 2022
If there's one thing the pandemic has made even more obvious, it's that Metro Manila sure could use better urban planning-something already painfully obvious since pre-lockdown. Centralized layouts cause traffic jams, but if we had bike lanes to
Does the name work for you?
Honda is to Honda Sensing as Nissan is to Nissan Intelligent Mobility. As for Toyota, it used to be the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) package, but it appears the carmaker has created a new umbrella name for all of its advanced driver-
Here’s how the carmaker plans to do it
For Honda, the upgraded Honda Sensing 360 package is just a small step toward achieving its goal of zero traffic-collision fatalities by 2050. But while the carmaker has its work cut out for it, it appears Honda has been real busy
People are allowed to hang out and exercise in the area
To Pasigueños looking for a new place to exercise or simply hang out with family and friends on Sundays, check this out: The Pasig City government is now implementing Open Street Sundays along Emerald Avenue in Ortigas.Through this program, the
New amenities have also been installed in Nuvali for the well-being of cyclists
Cycling has been a go-to for a lot of Filipinos throughout this pandemic, be it for commuting or simply for leisure and exercise. The sheer number of cyclists on the road these days is proof of that.In response to this,
Is there a cleaner one in the country?
It turns out that making pedestrians' lives more convenient around these parts can be done.Those of you who regularly pass Ayala Triangle and Salcedo in Makati City will be pleased to know that moving between the two areas will now be
There’ll be extra 1.5m lanes on both sides of the expressway
There were some discussions on social media about how some of the government's infrastructure projects aren't very pedestrian-friendly in light of the BGC-Ortigas Bridge opening. While there may be some truth in that, at least there are also
This should help improve safety for both pedestrians and motorists in the area
The street-lighting efforts Manila City government continue. After installing street lights along major thoroughfares like Taft Avenue, the local government unit has now lit up the intersection of the LRT-1 Blumentritt Station and Rizal Avenue.City mayor Isko Moreno led
Set to open within the month
In case you missed it, we recently looked into the pedestrian component of the recently opened BGC-Ortigas Bridge, and suffice to say that at this point in time, it's not looking to be the most pedestrian-friendly new piece of
A lot more
If you've lived or worked in Metro Manila, you know that it's far from being pedestrian-friendly. Just look at EDSA where you have to walk sideways to fit on sidewalks, hold your breath at bus stops because of the
Maybe something like this could come in handy here in the Philippines
If you've been to Japan and you thought the roads were safer there than they were here in the Philippines, you're probably right.It's not easy to get a driver's license in Japan, after all, so there's
Too many things going on at the same time
Here's where we are so far in the implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act: By operation of the law, Republic Act No. 11229 already took effect on February 2, 2021, but the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has stressed
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