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Pushing for the advantages of bike commutes
Today, September 22, is World Car Free Day, and several cycling advocates took to the roads on a #SabaySaBike campaign to encourage people to walk or take a bike to work.Spin.ph lensman Jerome Ascano captured these two-wheeled warriors in
Owners are reminded to register their vehicles
All users of electric scooters, trikes, and kick scooters, here's a heads-up: The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has issued a fresh warning that these forms of alternative mobility are not to be operated on main thoroughfares, as doing so constitutes
He is an advocate of safe biking
Ger Victor is an advocate of helmet use whether you are biking to work, going on a long ride, or just buying at a nearby sari-sari store.The popular cycling content creator, who recently breached the 100,000-subscriber mark on
Postcards from the outside world
We don't know if we're just missing the outside world, but these random street signs take us back to the time when we could freely head outdoors and take a walk around the neighborhood. Sometimes, we'd stumble upon gems
Road signs are supposed to be useful and practical
Road signs are supposed to be useful and practical-they're there to provide information to help guide motorists and commuters on their journey. But sometimes, you get the odd road sign that'll just make you scratch your head and go, "
The new ruling will ease vehicle imports and exports in the region
The Philippine automobile industry is embracing a landmark agreement by members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) that eases testing regulations on automotive products in the region.In a statement released to Esquire Philippines, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers Association
It’s a timeless-looking scooter
Benelli Philippines further strengthens its presence in the local market by unleashing the retro-looking 2020 Panarea 125 scooter.The new Panarea 125 looks awesome with its curvaceous, classic-style body shell that mirrors the designs of iconic premium scooters from Vespa
Concerns are being addressed
Bus operations between Metro Manila and the provinces could resume as early as September, authorities said Wednesday, in a potential breakthrough for those with families outside the capital.Rules are being ironed out to address the concerns of local governments (LGU), said
It's set to be completed in the next 12 months
Construction of the country's roads and highways is still underway despite the pandemic and the Subic Freeport Expressway (SFEX), which connects the provinces of Zambales and Bataan, is slowly taking shape. Naturally, seeing infrastructure being developed makes us look forward to
DOTr is targeting a total of 138 PMVICs
After almost three decades of delay, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has officially recognized the first Private Motor Vehicle Inspection Center (PMVIC) in the country by issuing to the facility a certificate to operate.QWIK Private Motor Vehicle Inspection Center located in
A total of 17 bike racks have been installed so far
The Department of Transportation said Tuesday that it has installed more bike racks in MRT-3 stations to accommodate the growing number of commuters whose new normal routes include bicycles and trains.A total of 17 out of the planned 34 bike
Only essential workers are allowed
Crossing between Metro Manila and the provinces is still prohibited while the National Capital Region is under general community quarantine until September 30, a police official said on Tuesday, September 1.Essential workers who must cross to the province and back are
It’s far from over
The Quezon City Regional Trial Court has denied the petition filed by Justitia Lex Machina (JLM) for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of the Republic Act No. 11235, or the 'doble plaka' law. Judge Luisito Cortez penned the decision
Will your vehicle pass?
By now, at least 32 new private motor vehicle inspection centers (PMVICs) across the country have started conducting dry runs of vehicle roadworthiness tests. These facilities are using modern equipment approved by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) and sourced from Europe.Top
A major step toward the implementation of the ‘doble-plaka’ law
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) began releasing today the first batch of motorcycle plates based on Republic Act 11235, otherwise known as the Motorcycle Crime Prevention Act.Some 70,000 sets of rear metal plates were released by the LTO-National Capital
More e-bikes are coming
We have observed lately that there's a growing following for electric bicycles here in our country. This inspires us to feature more of these environment-friendly and emissions-free two-wheelers that are now being pushed by the government-not just
Bike searches jumped by three times
When lockdown restrictions kept public transportation off the streets, ever-resourceful Filipinos took to the road on two wheels.But first, naturally, they Googled it.iPrice Group, a research firm that monitors and enables e-commerce activity across the region, sifted through
Good news, commuters
As Metro Manila eases into general community quarantine (GCQ), the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) announces that it has given an additional 1,333 traditional public utility jeepneys the green light to operate in 23 new routes starting Wednesday, August
Have you spotted him cycling across the metro yet?
At 70 years old, senior citizen cyclist Gil Gener Palomar still beats the rush on two wheels-while making a colorful statement aboard his bicycle.Just check out his outfit when he went out for a recent ride, as spotted by Spin.
Proudly made in the Philippines
While the country continues to struggle with the COVID-19 pandemic, the atmosphere at KTM Philippines is quite the opposite. As we see it, things are becoming a bit rosier for this Ayala-owned subsidiary.Dino Santos, president of local KTM distributor
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