No face shield? No problem
The Pasig City government has been one of the more notable examples of progressive governance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.Early on during the health crisis, the local government permitted the use of tricycles when no one else would,
Something to consider
Well, here's another good reason to think about switching to a two-wheeler. Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto recently took to Twitter to show off his local government unit's (LGU) new bicycle racks for public buildings and pointed out another
Shame
Vico Sotto is making it clear that he won't stand for impunity among Pasig City's traffic enforcers.The mayor recently took to social media to vent his frustration after several of his city's traffic enforcers were reportedly caught driving
Can you tell what van this is?
If we could have a peso for every time someone told us to invest in setting up a home office over the past two months, then we'd be able to afford a home office.Seriously, though? Spending on a decent chair,
The DILG has approved the guidelines
Tricycles will once again be allowed to operate in Pasig City. Mayor Vico Sotto has just announced that the Department of the Interior and Local Government has approved the local city government's guidelines for the operation of these PUVs as the
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So far, the Pasig City government has done a standup job making things easy for its constituents during the Luzon-wide enhanced quarantine period.The local government quickly got its act together following the announcement of a public transportation ban in Metro
Inspired by Pasig City
Valenzuela City residents will soon have an easier time buying goods during the Luzon-wide quarantine period after the local government launched its own mobile market initiative called the Market on Wheels.According to a statement released by the city government via
Some much-needed relief for transport workers
The Pasig City government has announced it will be providing thousands of public utility vehicle (PUV) drivers cash assistance worth P3,000 starting Monday, March 30, 2020.In a Facebook post, Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto said that a total of P55.
Now more than ever we need reliable local government
Since the government implemented an enhanced community quarantine in Luzon, several issues on mobility arose due to the total ban on public transport across the region.Thankfully, several LGUs and government agencies were able to come up with the necessary solutions. The
Attention Pasig City residents
Are you still waiting on your barangay's quarantine pass so you can head out to buy supplies during the COVID-19 enhanced quarantine period? We have some good news for you if you're a Pasig City resident.Pasig mayor Vico
And it’s free!
With the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) rejecting Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto's request to allow tricycle service around the locale, telling him to be 'more creative,' Pasig was quick to respond with zero-emissions shuttles to offer '
Official says LGUs should to stick to four wheels
The Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) wants you to know that the use of tricycles really isn't allowed during the Luzon-wide enhanced quarantine period-this includes the ones currently servicing frontline workers in Pasig City after Mayor Vico Sotto allowed
The DJI MG-1P model is an octocopter drones with a 10-liter payload
Not leaving any stone unturned, Mayor Vico Sotto of Pasig City turns to technology to combat COVID-19.The city's local government has procured three units of the DJI MG-1P, an octocopter drone with a 10-liter payload. Each set
“Kailangan makapasok ng mga health worker natin”
The recent announcement of an enhanced community quarantine in Luzon has resulted in the suspension of all modes of public transport. This has posed a problem, however, for health workers who need to get to and from their posts.In response to
There will be 11 stations situated across Pasig, Makati, Mandaluyong, and Manila
If the roads in the city are getting too congested, it's time to utilize other avenues, such as bodies of water, for alternative public-transport solutions. That's probably what the Department of Transportation (DOTr) had in mind when it launched
“Traffic will continue to worsen unless we lessen the demand for cars”
The past week was a long one for the people in the metro. In case you missed it, the already-horrendous traffic situation was worsened by the implementation of the 'yellow lane' and provincial bus ban policies on EDSA earlier last week,
The clock is ticking
It seems that the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is working hard to meet the 60-day deadline for the road cleanups within Metro Manila. Yesterday, the agency continued its clearing operations around the metro together with the local government units (LGUs)
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The picture above was taken in Pasig City near F. Legaspi Bridge just past 11am today, July 2. It's not just any day, though. Yesterday, the city's new mayor Vico Sotto signed an executive order removing the area's notorious
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