Articles about Road Safety

Thankfully, the NBA great was able to walk it off
Professional athletes, after undergoing years of physical training and honing their bodies to constantly be in peak physical form, are usually built better than the average joe. Retired or not, most of these dudes are used to taking a beating.That said,
Other road users aren’t used to the sound of the fully-electric era just yet
A month to forget for me and 'my' Porsche Taycan. Cruising down the road barely 50 meters from my house, car loaded with children and chocolate eggs, a moped/Porsche interface occurred.The rider was joining the road from between two parked
The MMDA plans to put up more of these around the metro
It looks like the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is done calling out motorcycle riders who stop to take shelter under overpasses during heavy rains. Instead, the agency has now opened an emergency lay-by on EDSA to serve riders during downpours.
Thankfully, no one was hurt
Yeah, you know those lightning storm warnings the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration sends out every now and then? You might want to take them seriously and re-consider going out if you see one.A car in Waverly, Kansas
All road users—including stray animals—have the right to safe travel
Have you passed by EDSA today? Chances are, you might have seen these #BrakeForAnimals and #BeKindToAllAnimals billboards all across the major thoroughfare.These materials are part of a campaign spearheaded by a non-profit organization PAWSsion Project. The organization has partnered with
Check out this video shared by MMDA’s traffic chief
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic chief Edison 'Bong' Nebrija is giving credit to whom credit is due.The social-media-active official recently shared a Facebook video showing the disparity between compliant and erring riders. In the short clip, a handful
It aims to reduce accidents and, ultimately, make roads safer
A measure has been filed in the Senate mandating government agencies to set up road and public safety signage that follow international standards to help reduce car accidents and other hazards.Senator Grace Poe put forward the Public Safety Signages Accountability Bill,
If you’ve gone beyond the limit, food intake won’t do you any good
Grabbing a bite at a fast-food joint after a few beers is common practice, and a lot of people think it's a good way to sober up. However, what many of us don't know is that eating won't
Could something like this work here?
These days, finding your way when you're lost during a commute is as simple as whipping out your smartphone, tapping an app, and reading directions. Simple enough. Thing is, it's a little more complicated when you're visually impaired.To
Put on a helmet, wear proper footwear, and carry your license at all times
Let this be a reminder to riders who assume that short distances and quick errands will spare you a ticket.On Monday, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) traffic chief Bong Nebrija shared on Facebook a photo of three motorcycles parked on the
“Let us be responsible road users”
A call for cyclists to follow traffic rules on the road was issued recently by one of the more popular content creators in the country.Carlo P. Carlon, known as The Cyclelogist on YouTube, recently posted on his Facebook page two videos
Not a good look
Distracted driving is bad enough. Distracted driving while you're serving as Senator on the same day a bill against distracted driving is being introduced? Yeah, it's probably a substantially worse look.According to a report by NBC News, US senator
Keep them off, guys
It should go without saying that anyone who's on the road-whether they be drivers or riders-should be paying attention to their surroundings. We aren't just talking about your eyes here, either, as keeping an ear out for potential
In a bid to make roads safer for everyone
The slower a car is traveling, the less likely someone is to die after being involved in an accident with one. It's not rocket science. Now, an urban planner and mobility group is using this logic to push for the lowering
“Ang ginagawa ng matanda ay ginagaya ng bata”
Is Manila City a shining beacon of mobility? No, not yet. At the very least, however, the current local government is taking steps to try and make it one.Over the past two years, Manila has made strides in trying to improve
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