Articles about Road Clearing

The SUV’s blocking both car and bike lanes right beside a ‘no parking’ sign
Each time the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Sidewalk Clearing Operations Group (SCOG) heads out into whichever city or municipality in the capital, we expect to see head-scratchers. Well, the agency went to Parañaque City earlier this week, and we
While it didn’t get towed, there are still a few things to learn here
Whenever we see footage of riders getting apprehended by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), we keep pointing out how these people can easily avoid apprehension (and, of course, even serious injuries). It's simple: wear a helmet and a pair of
Really, what gives?
When you say motorcycle safety gear, what's the first piece of equipment that comes to mind? A helmet, right? We thought so, too. Apparently, though, most riders in Metro Manila don't seem to think the same way as most of
The MMDA won’t tow your vehicle, but you’ll still be issued a ticket
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has been relentless with its road-clearing operations over the past few months. Previously, it was in preparation for the return of face-to-face (F2F) classes. This week, it's to prepare for All Souls'
Ang daming nangyayari
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) rules when it comes to its road-clearing ops are simple. If the agency's personnel spots an illegally parked vehicle, the owner has five minutes to come out and receive the ticket before the
How convenient
Another day, another round of road-clearing ops from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). And we all know what that means, right? New road obstructions waiting to be discovered.In today's episode, what the MMDA found isn't bizarre-it'
The agency will conduct an investigation into the matter
During one of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) recent road-clearing operations, we came across an absolute rustbucket of a truck with makeshift parts that supposedly had a valid Land Transportation Office (LTO) registration. It's a good thing we
We keep finding all sorts of bizarre road obstructions from the MMDA’s ops
Good thing the MMDA was able to tow this illegally parked vehicle away
It's like every time the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) heads out for road-clearing operations, the agency's personnel just find something bizarre. From DIY parking slots to illegally parked jet skis, the list just keeps on growing.The MMDA
Yes, even those types of vehicles will be towed
If you're familiar with how the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) carries out its road-clearing operations, you know that anything-literally anything-that's considered a road obstruction will be cleaned up.Recently, we've seen some bizarre stuff, like
The LTO also extended the validity of select registrations and driver’s licenses
You can’t just DIY this, people
Sometimes, you just can't help but be amazed (baffled, even) by the genius or what we usually call diskarte of the Filipino people. That diskarte, though, isn't always put to good use.Remember the time when an illegally parked jeepney
Yes, even if it’s the barangay you’re paying
We've seen all sorts of blunders and violations these past few months courtesy of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) intensified road-clearing operations. But what the agency recently came across somewhere in Caloocan, however, might be a first of
The driver actually tried to hide the vehicle from the MMDA on purpose
We Pinoys are known to be a resourceful bunch. When the situation asks for it, we can get creative. A bit too creative sometimes...During one of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) recent road-clearing operations, agency personnel came across
Say what again?
Authorities in Quezon City have been consistently cracking down on bike-lane violators. From motorcycle riders entering the marked lanes to illegally parked vehicles, everybody gets a ticket. Over in Manila City, though, it appears that vehicles are allowed to park within
The LTO has also announced the extension of licenses and registration documents
Let this be a fair warning
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is dead serious about ramping up its road-clearing operations as the country prepares for the return of face-to-face (F2F) classes.In one of the agency's recent ops in Quezon City, the MMDA'
Stop parking on these streets, people
The streets aren't free parking lots, people. This actually goes without saying, but considering how many vehicles authorities get to tow on each of their road-clearing operations, we reckon people in the metro could use a daily reminder.It's
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