Take advantage of it while it’s still free for all to ride
In case you missed it, public transport fare hikes were approved by the Land Transportaion Franchising and Regulatory Board last week-you can check out all the fare changes here. Given the prices of fuel, it was only a matter of time
Numbers show that accidents and violations dropped following NCAP implementation
Now more than ever, there's a lot of commotion surrounding the no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) in Metro Manila. The Supreme Court has just issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of NCAP in the capital, covering not just
The St. Peter U-turn slot entrance and the UP TechnoHub exit are now open
The addition of Libreng Sakay trucks and buses won't be the only changes you'll be seeing along Commonwealth Avenue starting this week. The local government of Quezon City has announced that the Commonwealth-University Avenue zipper lane has been extended.
Heads up, commuters
Any commuters here who pass by Commonwealth Avenue regularly? Take note: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is rolling out free rides along the thoroughfare.The agency is now bolstering its Libreng Sakay program and has deployed seven buses and two military
Have you received a notice?
Quezon City's no-contact apprehension program (QC NCAP) officially took effect on Friday, July 1, 2022. Since then, more than 11,000 traffic violations have been recorded.The QC local government posted the news on Monday via social media. Of the
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Quezon City kicked off the full implementation of its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) on July 1, and in the first week alone, it has already logged 6,315 violations. That's from traffic cameras and surveillance tech at 15 intersections in
About time
Did last month's Kamuning Flyover closure throw a wrench in your daily commute? If you raised your hand, the local government has some good news for you.Quezon City has announced that repair works on the flyover are ahead of schedule
Were you one of them?
In case you missed it, Quezon City began the full implementation of its no contact apprehension program (NCAP) on July 1-which means if you were caught in the act of committing a traffic violation in the program's first week, you
Stay in your lane, guys
Seeing an open lane free of obstruction just sitting there unused by the side of the road? Yeah, it's tempting alright. And you know what? Using it if you're on anything besides a bicycle or electric kick scooter is illegal
Let’s all just stay out of the damn bike lanes, shall we?
Time and again, we've called on motorcycle riders in the metro to stay out of bicycle lanes. Those lanes are for the more vulnerable road users-let's keep it that way.We know our words won't sway most of
It ain’t over till it’s over
The doorbell rings, and there's a courier waiting outside. You go out to receive the parcel-but instead of your latest online shopping purchase, what's this? A notice of violation (NOV) generated by a no-contact apprehension system?Several local
You’re being watched
Just a reminder to QC residents and regulars: The Quezon City no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) will begin full implementation on July 1, 2022.According to the local government, there are currently 15 intersections under the program; these are where traffic cameras
Bookmark this if you’re a QC resident or regular
Effective July 1, 2022, full implementation of the Quezon City no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) will begin. Although the trial phase for the scheme began in October 2021, motorists caught disobeying traffic laws only received notices of violation, but were not yet
Follow the law and you should be fine
Next time you're driving through Quezon City, remember: They're watching you.The Quezon City government has just announced that its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) will be moving out of its trial phase and entering full implementation on July 1,
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
Will this catch on?
In September last year, the Philippine Senate passed a bill that sought to rename Roosevelt Avenue in Quezon City to Fernando Poe Jr. Avenue. Well, it has just been signed into law.Republic Act no. 11608, also known as An Act Renaming
Until November 24
You may recall that on October 11, Quezon City began implementing its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). The initial 30 days of implementation was set to be a dry run-cameras actively monitored the areas covered by the NCAP, but no fines
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