Articles about Truck Ban

The ban covers all trucks with a gross capacity weight of 4,500kg or less
In case you missed it, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has resumed implementing its truck ban in the capital effective Monday, May 17. This meant trucks will not be allowed to traverse all thoroughfares under the MMDA's jurisdiction from 6am
Trucks carrying perishables, agricultural products are exempted
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has announced that it will resume the implementation of the truck ban in Metro Manila on Monday, May 17. This comes following the shift of Metro Manila, Bulacan, Laguna, Cavite, and Rizal from modified enhanced community
Number coding remains suspended
Responding to the request of Metro Manila mayors, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will resume enforcing a 24-hour truck ban on EDSA beginning Monday, December 14, according to a report by CNN Philippines. Other major roads, meanwhile, will allow the
To help ease the Christmas rush traffic
On Thursday, December 3, Valenzuela City mayor Rex Gatchalian called on authorities to reimplement the number-coding scheme and the truck ban in the city due to heavy holiday season traffic.The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) suspended the said traffic schemes
These notorious road obstacles can throw you off your bike
Sometimes we are inclined to believe that some groups are behind a wicked attrition scheme to avert the overcrowding of Metro Manila. Defective traffic lights, open manholes, abandoned road diggings, and dangling electric post wires could be examples. The callousness among government
10 state leaders arriving in MM
With elaborate security measures already in place, a senior official of the PNP is appealing for understanding and cooperation from the public with regard to the traffic rerouting scheme, to be implemented in some parts of Metro Manila for the final phase
From midnight to 5am
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is once again allowing trucks to traverse Roxas Boulevard to help decongest the port area of Manila. But you need not worry too much because this new scheme runs only from 12 midnight to 5am until February
Do you have a better idea?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has come up with a temporary solution to address the worsening traffic situation caused by the cargo trucks that congest the roads leading to the ports of Manila, particularly those coming from the north.Effective immediately, all
Will this help?
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has begun conducting a test run of a the single truck lane on C5 as a measure "to address traffic congestion caused by a huge increase in the volume of trucks" that pass through the highway."Studies
Fact or plain finger-pointing?
If you traversed C5 and Katipunan Avenue recently and noticed the heavy traffic in the area, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is clarifying that this is "an ill-fated outcome" of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board's lifting of the
To ease traffic for Iglesia Ni Cristo event
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has announced that a truck ban will be imposed on the North Luzon Expressway--from Balintawak to Angeles City, and vice versa--from July 26 to 28 to give way to the Iglesia ni Cristo centennial celebration,
And it\'s not even Christmas yet
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is looking to ease the traffic situation on EDSA by implementing a total truck ban on the metro\'s main thoroughfare effective today, July 8. The last time the MMDA set up a similar ban on EDSA
Until July 6
The Metro Manila Council (MMC), the policy-making body of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, through its Special Traffic Committee, has extended the implementation of the modified truck ban in Metro Manila until July 6."This proves that the modified uniform truck
Supposed to run only until Jan. 6
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is planning to extend the modified truck ban it implemented for the 2012 Christmas season due to the ban's reported success in reducing traffic in the metro."As per our initial assessment, the first three-week
Is a truck-free EDSA a good enough gift?
Other than suspending current road works to supposedly lighten the traffic situation in Manila, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will enforce a modified truck ban by extending it by an hour to help decongest traffic.Based on a resolution passed by
  • TGP Rating:
    /20

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    /20
    Starts at ₱