Here’s a list of all affected slots as well as alternate routes available
It's clear that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is keen on improving its EDSA Busway system even further. And as the weeks pass, the agency continues to make changes along the thoroughfare in order to achieve just that.After putting
Here’s another idea
Would closing EDSA's numerous U-turn slots lead to an improvement in the thoroughfare's traffic flow? At least one person in the Philippine House of Representatives seems to think so.In a recent interview with CNN Philippines, House Minority Leader
About a misleading sign on EDSA
Last Thursday, January 17, a post on Facebook spread through the social network. According to the post, a traffic sign placed just before going up the Boni Serrano flyover in the northbound lane of EDSA going to Cubao, was misleading. Apparently, the
Making the "killer highway" a safer highway
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will start imposing a 60kph speed limit along Commonwealth Avenue in hoping motorists will no longer use it as their public-access dragstrip.The implementation of the speed limit will start tomorrow, BusinessWorld reported.Aside from
Believe it or not
Former Metropolitan Manila Development Authority chairman Bayani Fernando may have been right all along. A study conducted by researchers from North Carolina State University found that U-turn slots are actually more efficient than traditional intersections.Known as superstreets, they divert traffic
Find out how you can be the lord of the metro
Do you want to get rid of sidewalk vendors? Do you eternally pray for jammed intersections to be clear even during rush hour? Do you wish buses would really just stay on their lanes?You can do all these and more--virtually,
If given enough resources, MMDA chairman Bayani Fernando says his dream project would be to "build a railroad from Ilocos to Sorsogon." He revealed this during a roundtable discussion with a few members of the media this morning at the Astoria Plaza
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) claims the second elevated U-turn slot on C-5 improved the average travel speed in the area. From a snail's pace of just 20.85 kilometers per hour (kph) in 2006 and 2007,
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