Sometimes all it takes is an idea whose time has come
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a person, in possession of a car, must want the car in front of them to get out of the way. But, as you might know if you've ever, say, driven a car on
Is this a bad sign?
You know how everyone should be staying at home unless absolutely necessary because of COVID-19? Well, if we were to base whether or not this advice is being followed on the number of cars outside, it isn't a good look
This is what refusing to cooperate gets you
As more and more motorists start hitting the road once again as we transition further in to general community quarantine (GCQ) in the metro, it's almost inevitable that traffic violations will increase in number as a result.Still, we'd be
Not a good look
That's a hell of a traffic jam. Frankly, this is a troubling sight given the circumstances. But let's be honest: Did we really expect anything different when authorities announced Metro Manila would be shifting to general community quarantine (GCQ) today?
More cars return to the road
Metro Manila has shifted to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) today, May 16, after two months of strict measures under enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). Most industries have been allowed to partially resume operations; and it seems people can't wait to go
Stay safe out there
If you think you're having a rough day stuck at home, just imagine what frontliners are going through right now. We're not just referring to healthcare workers, either-even personnel manning enhanced community quarantine checkpoints have their work cut out
The city is the country’s hardest-hit area
Usually, an evening commute to or from Quezon City, the largest and most populated city in the country, entails long queues, packed public buses, jeepneys weaving in and out of traffic, and the blaring noise of honking cars and speeding two-wheelers-
Have you driven through the expressway recently?
It seems like traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) has recently taken a turn for the worse.Motorists-especially those headed north-are now feeling the effects of the latest lane closures and new traffic schemes that have been implemented along
Every alternative helps
The Pasig River Ferry Service is back, and it looks to be better-and more promising-than ever. This is the third time the ferry service has been resurrected, and with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) working with several of the
Fast cars and dark roads don’t mix
Early morning drives are supposed to be calm and relaxing-a time to plug in a chill playlist, gather your thoughts, and think behind the wheel. Unfortunately for us in the city, 2019 data suggests the wee hours of the day are
These will take effect starting February 14, 2020
Traveling out of the city this weekend? The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has some reminders for those who've scheduled trips over the next few days.There will be two areas-one in the north, one down south-where new traffic
Heavier traffic may well be on its way
Take note, Metro Manila motorists: heavier traffic may well be on its way (as if it isn't here already).The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that several road repairs and reblocking projects will begin tonight, Wednesday, January 29. The
The lane closure will last for six weeks to make way for new roadworks
The ongoing Skyway Extension Project caused a lot of turmoil along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) late last year. While things have improved as of late-the closed lanes have already been reopened-motorists who regularly traverse the tollway may yet again
The celebrations take place this weekend
Chinese New Year is right around the corner, and that means celebrations will soon begin in Binondo, Manila. In light of this, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has shared the Manila City government's latest traffic advisory for when the festivities
Faith in humanity restored
Most people would dread to be approached by a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) officer while on the road, but for one mom, it provided relief and security as she was worried about her sick son.In a viral Facebook post, Mit
The flow of cars is becoming a real issue here
If you drove up to Baguio City over the 2019 holidays, you'll know that vehicular congestion in the country's Summer Capital is seriously getting out of hand.According to data from the Department of Public Works and Highway's (DPWH)
Motorists, take note
We've entered a new year yet again, and this also means that the Feast of the Black Nazarene is on its way. For us motorists in the metro-specifically in Manila City-we're well aware that the heavy traffic that
“Kakayanin pong i-manage yan,” she says of the 30,000 pilot-run units in Metro Manila
Whoever came up with the challenge to government officials to leave their SUVs at home and try taking public transport to work in order to understand the daily difficulties of the commuting public? Read this.Celine Pialago, assistant secretary and spokesperson of
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