Articles about Vico Sotto

After 12 long years
Huge changes for Pasig City: After 12 years, mayor Vico Sotto announced that around 1,800 tricycle drivers who are currently operating illegally in the city can now apply for a legitimate franchise through Executive Order No. 70 Series of 2021."Labing-
A damaged drain line is to blame
The investigation into what caused the massive cracks along Topaz Road in Ortigas continues. In our previous story, we reported that the city's engineer cited an old drainage system as a possible culprit. Now, city mayor Vico Sotto has provided more
Goals
If we're being honest, the lighting situation on many Philippine roads leaves much to be desired. It isn't just that a lot of thoroughfares are poorly lit, either-sometimes, visibility is hit or miss as one end of a street
Definitely an underrated option
The Nissan Almera isn't a vehicle you would normally picture as a police car. As a Grab or a daily driver? Sure. But for laying down the law? Not exactly.But why not? Frankly, exciting highway police chases aren't really
From the mayor himself
Pasig City motorists who regularly drive along Julia Vargas Avenue will have some adjusting to do soon, as mayor Vico Sotto has announced changes to the thoroughfare's layout.Sotto announced via Twitter that the city government is changing the lane configuration
How important is loyalty to you?
Earlier today, news broke out that Pasig City mayor Vico Sotto had been quarantined after his driver, 'Kuya Vener,' passed away following a battle with COVID-19.The young government official made the announcement on Twitter this morning, saying he would be
The right call?
Bicycle owners within Pasig City need not worry about having to ride with a face shield on after the local government announced wearing one will not be required while cycling within its jurisdiction.The move was announced on social media earlier today.
We wish all public spaces had free Wi-Fi
For a nation that's so connected to the Internet, it sure is difficult to find places where one can go online without cost.In this day and age, free public Wi-Fi should be relatively easy to come by. Internet is
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
Know anyone who needs this?
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
  • TGP Rating:
    /20

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    /20
    Starts at ₱