-Put Car Brand Here-

Home » traffic You are browsing entries tagged with “traffic”

‘Fake news’ on noncontact apprehension policy hits MMDA, sows confusion

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) maintained that traffic constables would still flag down erring motorists, contrary to text messages that circulated on Friday claiming otherwise. Jojo Garcia, acting MMDA general manager, made the clarification in an effort to prevent possible confrontations that may arise between motorists and traffic constables due to the “erroneous reports,” […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Features,Latest News | Read More »

Part of Marcos Highway closed to traffic nightly

For the next eight months, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will implement an alternating road closure scheme on a portion of Marcos Highway at night as work begins on the platform of the Light Rail Transit 2’s (LRT 2) Emerald station in Marikina City. From Feb. 25 until October, the MMDA will alternately shut […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Crane falls near C-5 toll plaza; motorists warned of heavy traffic

A crane used in the construction of Skyway-C-5 extension project collapsed on Tuesday afternoon, causing heavy traffic in areas of Taguig. The crane of the Metro Pacific Tollways Corp. fell down around 2 p.m. and blocked the northbound lane of C-5 Centennial Road, just past the C-5 toll gate of South Luzon Expressway and Skyway. Motorists were advised to […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Complaints greet new Skyway toll plaza

A newly opened toll plaza intended to speed up payments on Skyway has ironically slowed traffic, irking motorists and drawing comments describing the elevated roadway as “the new Edsa” because of the congestion. An earlier advisory by operator Skyway O&M Corp. (Somco) said the new toll plaza near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) Expressway […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Sevilla Bridge rehab starts next month; heavy traffic seen

Motorists passing through Sevilla Bridge which connects Mandaluyong and Manila should brace for heavy traffic once repairs on the nearly 80-year-old structure begin next month. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority said that traffic on Shaw Boulevard would be affected and advised motorists to take alternate routes. For vehicles westbound: From Shaw, turn right to F. […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Brace for heavy traffic, QC motorists told

Starting today, Quezon City motorists should adjust by at least an hour their travel schedule as construction works begin on the North Avenue segment of the Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT 7). Jojo Garcia, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority’s (MMDA) assistant general manager for planning, said motorists would have to sacrifice a little more as […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Brace for heavier traffic in Quezon City as infra works start

The Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT 7) Project Traffic Management Task Force has advised motorists and commuters to brace for heavier traffic in areas near the rail system’s different construction sites starting today. Motorists should avoid North Avenue in particular and take alternate routes as workers start installing the rail track toward Quezon Memorial Circle […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Traffic to get even worse in 2018

Traffic congestion along Edsa —INQUIRER PHOTO/RICHARD A. REYES

Traffic in Metro Manila is bound to get worse before it gets better, as the government rolls out its infrastructure projects meant to ease road congestion in the third quarter of 2018. “There are many projects [in 2018] that are part of the ‘Build, Build, Build’ program … that will simultaneously [start construction by this […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Increase fines for top 20 traffic violations -Metro Manila mayors

The mayors of the Metro Manila have reached a consensus to increase the fine for the top 20 violations committed by drivers. During the Metro Manila Council (MMC), meeting on Dec. 5, the mayors decided to “synchronize” the fines and set them based on the highest penalty set by a certain local government. During the […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

MMDA men on Edsa get body cameras

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) received on Thursday a donation of body cameras for its traffic constables, whose recordings will now form part of the documentation of apprehended motorists and can also be used as proof when pressing charges against road bullies. MMDA chair Danilo Lim formally received 20 body cameras, which were issued […]

Posted in Featured Stories,Latest News | Read More »

Mar 14, 2018

While I generally like cars to go fast, because they are more fun, I’m a huge fan of Shell

Mar 07, 2018

A reader recently asked why we weren’t going deep into the technical as much lately. He was referring to

Mar 07, 2018

Quick question: What would you do if some attacked you in your car? Would you just cower and try