Articles about Traffic

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
“Closing and opening of affected roads will be based on actual traffic condition”
If you plan on heading out for a nighttime drive to take advantage of the metro's relatively decongested streets over the holiday break, be advised that a number of roads in the City of Manila will be closed to traffic today,
No wonder traffic was hell
Every holiday season, Metro Manila motorists are presented with a choice: a) Drive out of town to visit relatives and enjoy some much-deserved R and R; or, b) stay in the city and enjoy areas that would otherwise be packed with
From ‘car-brand coding’ and one-way traffic schemes to elevated tollways
It's been one heck of a year for motorists in Metro Manila, especially for those who traverse EDSA regularly. It often felt like we were driving through the worst traffic conditions we've ever experienced every time we found ourselves crawling
Which of these are you most thankful for?
Another year is almost up, and while we can spend the last few days of 2019 groaning over the past 365 days of traffic jams, sweaty commutes and other transport headaches, we'd rather not-for now. It's still the holidays,
Because time spent with family is precious
I'm a first-time mother to a 17-month-old baby girl. I had to move to Quezon City when my daughter was born. The office where I work is in Makati. During those 17 months, I have witnessed how Metro
Stop-and-go traffic schemes will also be implemented in certain areas
For a certain part of the Filipino population, the advent of the Christmas season doesn't just mean that week-long breaks and shopping sprees are right around the corner, it also marks the start of the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF).
These will form two train sets that are expected to add around 18-20 trips daily
Just a little over a week since it opened new stations and extended its trips down south, the Philippine National Railways (PNR) has more good news to announce: It will soon deploy six new train coaches from PT Inka of Indonesia.These
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