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The LTO also extended the validity of select registrations and driver’s licenses
Here’s how you can make good use of the agency’s new initiative
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is now allowing motorists to contest traffic violations online, in case you haven't heard. Pretty handy, right? But we know a lot of you are curious about just how exactly you should go about it.
Keep this in mind
So, can traffic enforcers under local government units confiscate your driver's license or not? The answer is a definite 'no'-at least if you're in Quezon City.The Quezon City government has made it clear that its traffic enforcers will
LGUs that have their own traffic laws are supposedly not covered by the DILG memo
The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) recently released a memo-which was lauded by the Land Transportation Office (LTO), by the way-saying that only the LTO and its deputized officers can confiscate driver's licenses and that traffic
At least not yet
In case you missed it, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it is now accepting protests for traffic violations through its new online platform. Submissions will be accepted from Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm in the afternoon.Following
More convenience
Have you ever been ticketed for a violation you're sure you didn't commit? Yeah, you can contest that-and now you can do so through the convenience of an internet connection and mobile device.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
This should clear things up
There's currently a supposed memorandum from the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) making rounds on cyberspace about how only the Land Transportation Office (LTO) and its deputized agents are allowed to confiscate licenses. Well, the LTO has finally
The numbers vary significantly
Speed limits aren't just restricted to expressways or major thoroughfares in Metro Manila such as EDSA. Just because there's no limit explicitly stated along, say, a narrow side street doesn't mean you can speed your way onto the next
The drivers were also fined accordingly for their traffic violations
All sorts of things go viral these days. Over the past few months alone, though, there have been a few prominent motoring-related incidents that made headlines after making rounds on cyberspace.One of the most recent videos that went viral on
The driver from the viral video also pleaded not guilty to charges this week
Ingat mga sundo diyan
Do you ferry your kids to and from their school? If yes, we certainly hope you're a law-abiding motorist-otherwise, you might have a ticket waiting for you at your child's drop-off.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA)
The alarms will be re-tagged in the LTO’s system as needed
While the Supreme Court has already issued a temporary restraining order on the implementation of no-contact apprehension (NCAP) in the metro, the saga still continues. Now, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) is dealing with registration-related issues due to NCAP.It
Yes, even if it’s the barangay you’re paying
We've seen all sorts of blunders and violations these past few months courtesy of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority's (MMDA) intensified road-clearing operations. But what the agency recently came across somewhere in Caloocan, however, might be a first of
Will other local governments follow?
Manila City wants motorists to know that just because its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) is suspended doesn't mean erring drivers won't be caught.In a Facebook post, the local government announced that it is deploying additional traffic enforcers following
Be warned
No no-contact apprehension program (NCAP), no problem? If you're a hard-headed motorist looking to take advantage of the Supreme Court's (SC) recent temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of the measure, this won't be the case.
Keep in mind this is just the MMDA’s cameras
Motorists on edge out of fear of Metro Manila's no-contact apprehension programs (NCAP) can rest easy-for now.In case you missed it, the country's Supreme Court has issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the implementation of NCAP
The right move?
Some big news today regarding Metro Manila's no-contact apprehension program: The Philippine Supreme Court has issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the measure's implementation.In a brief released to the media earlier today, the Supreme Court said that
Remember this?
Do you remember the viral video involving the driver of a crossover and a mall security guard from June? Relatively little has been heard regarding the case over the past few months. Now, we have an update.According to a report by
There will be no NCAP
Face-to-face classes are officially back. As a result, the streets are now busier than ever, with more motorists, commuters, and pedestrians out and about in Metro Manila.Government agencies have been making the necessary preparations leading up to this week.
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