Articles about Sea Games 2019

Athletes aren’t safe from the notorious Metro Manila traffic
These point-to-point buses will pick up passengers at Trinoma and PITX
Heavy traffic and road closures aside, here's some good motoring-related news regarding the 2019 Southeast Asian Games: For those who wish to watch this year's opening ceremonies, the Land Transportation and Franchising Regulatory Board (LTFRB) will be offering point-
Consider yourself warned
The already-terrible traffic in the metro is bound to get worse once the 2019 SEA Games are in full swing-motorists and commuters should know that already. Now, in addition to implementing a 'stop-and-go' traffic scheme, the Metropolitan Manila
#WeWinAsOne
In case you didn't know, the Philippines is hosting the 30th Southeast Asian Games this year, where 11 countries will compete in 56 sports events happening in different parts of Luzon (Clark, Subic, Metro Manila, and Laguna), with Clark as
You’ve been warned
We're a few weeks away from the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, and the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has been making all the necessary preparations to alleviate the imminent heavy traffic during the festivities, which will run from November 30
To ensure athletes and delegates make it to the events on time
Motorists in Metro Manila are probably dreading traffic in the coming months. Not just because we're drawing closer to the holiday season, but because the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games are upon us-right in time for the Christmas rush.As soon
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