Articles about Traffic Enforcers

“Wala pong tiwali kung walang mag-uudyok na maging tiwali”
It's clear that the Land Transportation Office (LTO) under its new leadership is keen on eliminating corruption within the organization. The agency, however, seems to be taking a slightly different approach this time around.The LTO recently released a statement requesting
The agency is on heightened alert
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) says that its personnel will be all hands on deck for the 2022 Undas holidays.According to the LTO, it has prohibited its traffic enforcers from going on vacation or taking days off from October 27 to
Good luck, guys
The Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (CCLEX) down south isn't just one of the most visually impressive pieces of infrastructure in the country, it's also one of the most advanced.One of the key tech features the expressway is equipped with
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
This will make apprehension of traffic violators more efficient
Traffic violators, beware-the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) have just signed a Memorandum of Agreement to interconnect the two agency's data systems for faster information sharing on errant motorists.The agreement will establish the
The enforcers have since been brought to the hospital; MMDA to file charges
We can imagine Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) enforcers assigned to the agency's road-clearing operations team deal with all sorts of stuff. From unauthorized 'parking attendants' pocketing fees to washing machines and hoops obstructing roads and sidewalks, they've basically
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
Protect yourselves from any ‘buwaya’ on the road
The way we use dashcams has drastically changed over the years. From capturing road-trip moments to securing evidence in the event of a road accident, dash cameras these days now have another purpose: as a self-defense tool against traffic enforcers
Because Australia
Do you drive in constant fear of a flying cockroach suddenly presenting itself inside your car while you're behind the wheel? If your answer is yes, thank the Lord you don't live in Australia.An Australian motorist was recently pulled
Vico Sotto is making it clear that he won't stand for impunity among Pasig City's traffic enforcers.The mayor recently took to social media to vent his frustration after several of his city's traffic enforcers were reportedly caught driving
We asked the MMDA ourselves to find out
It's Monday morning and you're driving to work, then you suddenly find yourself stuck at an intersection just a few kilometers away from the office. You look around to see what's going on, only to see the traffic light
To ensure a smoother flow of traffic
This Monday, June 3, 2019, marks the reopening of many schools across the country. To ensure that traffic flows smoothly, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will deploy 2,500 enforcers on June 3 and the succeeding days. "We shall field traffic
“Dapat mag-focus sila sa daloy ng trapiko”
Pasig City mayor-elect Vico Sotto recently stirred up social media when he announced his plans to remove the city's 'unfair and ineffective' odd-even coding scheme on his first day of office-to the delight of many netizens. In a
“We are hopeful the Supreme Court will rule in favor of the Filipino riding public”
An official of ride-hailing motorcycle taxi company Angkas has called on its 20,000 riders to continue plying the streets of Metro Manila to ease the burden of the commuting public during the holiday rush.George Royeca, head of the regulatory
Be sure to report them, too
The Philippine Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has issued an advisory regarding crooks posing as traffic enforcers.In a statement released by the agency earlier today, it warned motorists to stay alert for criminals who disguise themselves as traffic enforcers
Think twice about doing it
We've all considered putting the pedal to the floor at one time or another, especially when the asphalt underneath is nice and smooth, and the road up ahead is clear. Our expressways are in very good condition as well, so the
It's all about cooperation
Motorists who frequent Ortigas will be glad to hear that school officials and parents from Saint Pedro Poveda College are now supporting the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) in its bid to reduce traffic in the area.According to the MMDA, the
To prevent illegal transactions
We've all seen how crazy things can get out on Manila's streets, mostly from the eyes of motorists quick to bust out their phones in the event of a traffic altercation. But could seeing a road incident transpire from an
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