We should see traffic in the area improve next week
Good news to end the week, people: The EDSA-Kamuning Flyover will officially reopen tomorrow, July 23, 2022 at 5pm. It's official, as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is the one that has made the announcement.Photos of
“Parang naging uso na naman”
Have you been seeing an increasing number of wang-wang convoys and motorists using blinkers? You're not alone. In fact, even senators have taken notice.In a recent tweet, Senator JV Ejercito called on the President Ferdinand 'Bongbong' Marcos Jr. to
We expect to see heavy traffic in the area over the next few weeks
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced earlier today, June 21, that the entire southbound portion of the EDSA-Kamuning Flyover will be closed off to all vehicles starting June 25.This closure will last for a month, so there'll be
All vehicles, including PUBs, will be rerouted to service roads
Expect even heavier traffic along EDSA in the coming weeks, motorists.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently announced a one-week closure of the southbound lanes of the EDSA-Kamuning Flyover, during which one lane will be left open for public
No to littering
Do you get annoyed when you see a motorist roll down their window to throw trash on the road? Yes, we do as well. It's lazy, irresponsible and-as the situation on EDSA following yesterday's downpour showed-doesn't do
Um, small consolation?
Remember when the possible implementation of a new number coding scheme was being discussed a couple of months back? Our last update on it was that any new measure will likely take effect under the incoming administration.So, here's the latest
Have you noticed this?
Have you noticed a slight improvement in EDSA's traffic flow lately? The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) apparently has, and the agency says this could be due to the continuous rise of local gasoline and diesel prices.MMDA shows that only
Portions of Samson Road and Rizal Avenue will also be closed on Independence Day
Got any plans for this weekend? Well, if it involves driving around Metro Manila on Sunday, then be advised: select roads will be closed to motorists in celebration of Independence Day.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that starting at
From 6pm onwards on Sunday evening
We don't know about you guys, but more often than not, we like to take it slow on Sundays and just relax at home. That said, we know traffic in the metro is usually lighter on Sundays, so we understand why
The agency is still conducting further studies before coming up with a decision
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently refuted claims that the new number coding scheme would be implemented starting May 16. However, the question of when exactly this will happen still remains.Well, it appears even the MMDA still doesn't have
Steer clear if you can
Manileños, listen up: Leave your homes before lunchtime if you can, because several parts of the city are expected to see heavy traffic this weekend.In a new traffic advisory, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) advised motorists to steer clear
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
Literal na buwaya ’to, ha?
Here in Metro Manila, buwaya sightings aren't unusual. There are plenty of them around the capital, most commonly found past erratic traffic lights along major thoroughfares or near busy intersections with confusing signage, always ready to pounce on their prey. If
The closure will be until 4am tomorrow; counterflow lanes will be opened
Anyone here who uses the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) often? You might want to take note of the imminent closure scheduled for tonight.According to NLEX Corporation 's latest advisory, a 2km segment along the northbound portion of the Candaba Viaduct will
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
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
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
How’s the return-to-office experience been for you so far?
On March 1, parts of the country were put under Alert Level 1. With the looser restrictions, many of us began trooping back to the office as companies instructed employees to report physically to work.Some bosses want to see more people
All the items on this list were lifted from the LTO’s online portal
So you've finally learned how to drive and you have acquired a driver's license from the Land Transportation Office (LTO). Congrats! But as you may have expected, there's still a lot left to learn moving forward.Sure, you may
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