Articles about Traffic Management

The agency is still conducting further studies before coming up with a decision
Here are the designated parking areas around the CBD as well
Got any plans this weekend? If you're driving to or past Makati City, take note: The local government unit will be closing off several roads in the central business district.From May 6, 9pm, to May 8, 6am, motorists will not
The May 1, 2022 start is fake news
These days the most common question people ask us is if the modified number coding scheme will push through. This was the proposal that will add one more day to the existing ban on cars with specific plate-number endings. So instead
Traffic levels along EDSA could go from ‘moderate’ to ‘light to moderate’
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is set to shake things up next month. If the agency will get the Metro Manila Council's approval, it will be implementing a new number coding scheme that will see cars get banned from using
The agency is now only waiting for the Metro Manila Council’s approval
A couple of weeks back, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) presented two new number-coding schemes that could potentially help reduce traffic in the capital. Now, it appears the agency will be actually pushing through with one of those schemes.In
The MMDA announces its annual Holy Week initiatives
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is shaking up its operations now that Holy Week is right around the corner. The agency has begun its Oplan Metro Alalay Semana Santa (M.A.S.S.) 2022.From April 8-18, the MMDA will
They just keep on coming
Metro Manila's recent shift down to Alert Level 1 and the rise in vehicle volume that accommodated it showed us that traffic isn't going away any time soon. But is building more roads truly the solution to this problem?Well,
Government agencies might want to look into these
Year in and year out, government agencies and authorities keep trying to solve the never-ending traffic problem on EDSA. Judging by the report from the first day of Alert Level 1, though, we're not exactly making much progress.As the
Anyone in favor of this?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is really getting all its ideas out there in hopes of finding ways to address the National Capital Region's (NCR) traffic mess.As we reported, MMDA chairman Romando Artes bared two new number coding scheme
This could be a big change
First, the good news: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) doesn't appear to be sitting on its hands over the rise of vehicular traffic in the National Capital Region (NCR). Bad news? Motorists may have to make even bigger sacrifices if
Will this work?
Has anyone here noticed that the flow of traffic has worsened ever since Metro Manila shifted back to Alert Level 1? Don't worry, you're not alone. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has observed this and is looking into ways
Were you one of them?
Just how many cars are out and about now that Metro Manila has loosened COVID-19 restrictions? Day one of the National Capital Region's (NCR) return to Alert Level 1 should give you a pretty good picture.The Metropolitan Manila Development
Now this is what we call dedication
One of the biggest factors when it comes to traffic management on EDSA during the pandemic is vehicle count. Many decisions, such as when and when not to implement the number coding scheme, partly depend on the volume of cars that pass
To make way for some major drainage repairs
To all motorists who pass through Roxas Boulevard often, heads up: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that the southbound lanes of the thoroughfare could be closed for two to three months to make way for drainage repairs.The MMDA
Until November 24
You may recall that on October 11, Quezon City began implementing its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP). The initial 30 days of implementation was set to be a dry run-cameras actively monitored the areas covered by the NCAP, but no fines
Planning to start your Christmas shopping?
Christmas is closing in, and you know what that means: If you haven't already, it's time to get your holiday shopping lists in order.With that, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced the adjusted mall hours for the
It’s now being implemented in Cauayan City, Isabela
More local government units are starting to adopt no-contact apprehension programs (NCAP) in their areas. The local government unit of Cauayan City in Isabela has announced that it is now implementing the same system within its jurisdiction.According to the LGU,
This will be done in light of the filing of COC and CONA
If you pass by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Complex in Pasay City regularly, take note that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will be temporarily implementing one-way traffic schemes in the area.Starting Friday, October 1, at 5am,
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