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This new rule confused many motorists.
On June 1, the first day of general community quarantine (GCQ) in Metro Manila, motorist plying the stretch of EDSA were surprised to find that the lanes on the roads have been flipped: The exclusive lane for buses is now on the ...
 
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Masks on everyone.
That’s a hell of a traffic jam. Frankly, this is a troubling sight given the circumstances. But let’s be honest: Did we really expect anything different when authorities announced Metro Manila would be shifting to general community quarantine (GCQ) today?TOP STORY: Softdrink Beauty Pepsi Paloma's ...
 
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Is the NLEX Harbor Link our last hope?
The Department of Public Works and Highways has spoken: EDSA traffic will soon be less of a headache than it currently is. We know it isn’t a complete 180-degree turn, but Secretary Mark Villar expects a relatively huge reduction in traffic—by almost 30 ...
 
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It's expected to cut travel time between the two districts to 11 minutes.
Two hours from Taguig City to Pasig City? We all know it's possible! The two cities might be next to each other (with Pateros all cozy in between) but extreme congestion can make traveling between the two areas absolute hell. We might ...
 
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Hopefully, the delay is minimal
In case you missed it, a pretty serious fire broke out at a San Miguel Corporation (SMC) warehouse on Saturday, February 1. According to the company, it took 50 fire trucks to put out the fire, but thankfully no fatalities or injuries ...
 
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Suspicions confirmed.
Metro Manila came in at second place on the list of worst traffic congestion locations in the world. According to the TomTom Traffic Index 2019, which analyzed the traffic situation in 416 cities across 57 countries on six continents, urban congestion in Asia ...
 
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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 start.Today, ...
 
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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) road monitoring report, more ...
 
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Check out the procession's official route.
The annual Feast of the Black Nazarene is slated for Thursday, January 9. Starting at 5:30 a.m. in the City of Manila, the Black Nazarene will begin a slow crawl from the Quirino Grandstand back to Quiapo Church surrounded by a sea ...
 
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Not leaving town? Good news
Planning to stay put in Metro Manila until the New Year is rung in? If yes, you’ll be happy to know the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is making it a little bit easier to move around the city during the holidays.The ...
 
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We’d all die for Bono, but we won’t sit through Philippine traffic for him.
U2 fans, are you ready for U2’s one-night-only show in Manila tonight?Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen are converging tonight at the Philippine Arena, Bulacan for their first-ever Philippine show. The Irish band is currently in Manila as part of ...
 
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This begins on today, December 9
Motorists down south breathed a collective sigh of relief after the San Miguel Corporation (SMC) finished installing a new two-lane steel ramp for northbound traffic along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX).The move pretty much ended the busy thoroughfare’s recent traffic Armageddon by ...
 
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The stop-and-go traffic scheme will require all vehicles to come to a halt until delegates have passed through.
For months, we’ve been anticipating the traffic to be caused by the 30th Southeast Asian Games, and in a few days, it will officially be here.From November 30 to December 11, when matches and tournaments will take place, the Metropolitan Manila Development ...
 
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Expect heavier traffic on these major roads.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will be testing out on November 14 the planned traffic scheme for the 30th Southeast Asian Games opening ceremony. Convoys coming from all over the Metro will use the yellow lanes along EDSA to head to the ...
 
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According to a recent study by Waze, Manila is one of the world's slowest city to drive in today.
It seems as if the traffic situation in Metro Manila keeps worsening by the day. If you feel like driving around the city has never been more dreadful than right at this moment, then you’re probably correct—data from a recent study conducted ...
 
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As countermeasures to the expected increase in traffic congestion
Are you preparing yourself for the imminent holiday traffic? If so, then you might be glad about this announcement from the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA).The agency recently held a meeting with the Department of Public Works and Highways, shopping mall operators, ...
 
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Cebu recently declared that the city is facing a traffic crisis.
Several days ago, Senator Joel Villanueva pitched that telecommuting is a possible solution to Metro Manila’s transportation crisis. According to him, the concept would “create more options for our employees to fulfill their duties while minimizing the need to go out of their homes and ...
 
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Until then, the East Service Road will be limited to one-way northbound traffic.
Remember last week’s carmageddon along the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)? If you live down south, there’s even a good chance you went through it more than once in the last few days. Fortunately, we have some good news that both motorists and ...
 
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It will take at least two years to build.
San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is planning to submit an unsolicited proposal to the Department of Transportation to build a 10-lane elevated expressway on EDSA to ease traffic in the perennially congested highway. In a report on Businessworld, Ramon Ang, president and chief executive ...
 
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What do you think?
Remember our previous story about the suggestion to ban private vehicles on EDSA during rush hours? New discussions revolving around that proposal have popped up yet again, this time courtesy of Representative Edgar Erice from the Second District of Caloocan City.In a recent interview with DZMM, Erice brought up the idea of allowing only public ...
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