Articles about Traffic Violations

Traffic enforcers are all over C5, EDSA looking for violators
No excuses.This is the stern warning of enforcers from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Land Transportation Office (LTO) against motorcycle riders who hit the road without proper riding gear.These past few days, Moto Sapiens has noticed more and
Be careful where you leave your car
And so it beings. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has just announced that it will begin a crackdown on illegally-parked vehicles on Mabuhay lanes today, August 31.According to MMDA general manager Jojo Garcia, the operations will take place from
Should they be steeper?
In case you missed it, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently announced that Metro Manila mayors have agreed to impose steeper fines against motorists caught parking their vehicles illegally.In the comments, many of you commended the move saying that the
Is it time to regulate tint further?
By now you've heard that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is having trouble enforcing MMDA Regulation No. 18-005, i.e. the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) rule on EDSA, because of heavily-tinted cars. Makes sense, since you can't
Were you one of them?
The results are in, and they're not pretty. A total of 4,256 motorists were caught-either by no-contact apprehension methods like CCTV cameras, or via enforcers and patrol units-violating the driver-only rush hour ban on EDSA yesterday,
Have you found a soul mate yet?
The first trial day of the MMDA's EDSA driver-only rush hour ban is done, and most of you guys probably have differing experiences opinions regarding the matter.Some of you probably got up extra early just to avoid the ban,
Where do you stand?
In case you've been living under a rock, the MMDA has recently rolled out the dry run of its rush hour driver-only ban and expanded high-occupancy-vehicle (HOV) lane on EDSA-from Magallanes to North Avenue. Oh, and that
It's no longer just a trial
It's really happening: The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and Metro Manila Council (MMC) are implementing a driver-only ban on EDSA. This time, it's not just an idea, a plan or a trial phase-the agencies have already released
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
Don't lose your composure behind the wheel
We've made this point time and time again: A mad driver is a reckless driver-a danger not just to himself, but to his passengers and fellow motorists, too. We're not sure how much further we can stress this.Now
Here's what happened
The number coding scheme, otherwise known as the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), cannot be escaped. On Monday, cars with plate numbers that end in 1 and 2 are coded; Tuesday is for 3 and 4; Wednesday is for 5 and
#facepalm
Ten years ago, if you had asked if we'd reach a point where drivers would be stepping out of moving cars to dance for social media, we would've... you know what? Forget it. Back then people were already planking on
Kids these days
I was 16 when I first learned how to drive. But I was already tinkering with shifters and switches long before I could reach any of the pedals. Learning how to actually drive a car, then, became a key milestone in my
The answer might surprise you
Picture this scenario: You are driving along a provincial road at around 60kph--a reasonable speed, given the conditions and the law. Suddenly, you are pulled over by municipal police who allege you are driving above the speed limit, which they claim
Give it a shot
Are you as tired of smoke-belching jeepneys and illegally parked cars as we are? If yes, you'll be glad to know you can now do more than post your frustration on social media.The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and Inter-
It also 'fixed' the controversial speed bumps
Be careful where you park. Bonifacio Global City (BGC) has announced that it will begin wheel-clamping operations to supplement ongoing towing activities and other existing programs.Representatives from the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC) say operations are expected to begin in
Be the solution, not the problem
What's one thing Filipino motorists have mastered over years upon years of plying Manila's traffic-infested streets? It's not maneuvering in and out of jam-packed lanes, finding alternate routes, or squeezing into claustrophobic parking spaces-though you do
Most were caught via CCTVs
The 'yellow lane' rule is a regulation that many motorists-both private car owners and PUVs alike-have forgotten about over time, mainly due to its obvious lack of enforcement.Looking to change the status quo and improve the flow of traffic,
Starting next week
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it will begin strictly enforcing the 'yellow' lane along EDSA beginning November 20, or Monday next week.In a statement posted on the agency's official Facebook page, the MMDA provided modified guidelines
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