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Substitute to Edsa seen facing hitches

The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) is looking into possible alignment issues between a private sector-proposed toll road and a separate road project it is planning in Metro Manila, its top official said. Public Works and Highways Secretary Mark Villar said the DPWH was reviewing the C3 Elevated Expressway project of SM Investments […]

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DOTr sees better traffic on Edsa with exit of bus terminals

Traffic flow on Edsa is expected to improve with the transfer starting next month of all provincial bus terminals from the busy thoroughfare to the integrated transport terminal in Marikina City. The move is expected to affect at least 1,000 provincial buses although the Department of Transportation (DOTr) has yet to set a timetable for […]

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Heavy traffic on Commonwealth Avenue as MRT 7 work begins

The Metro Rail Transit 7 (MRT 7) Traffic Management Task Force has advised motorists of possible traffic buildup on Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City as construction of the guideway for Station 3 starts tomorrow, Aug. 15. From seven lanes in both directions, the stretch of Commonwealth Avenue from University Avenue to Central Avenue will be […]

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German man swims 2 km to work every day to avoid traffic

Most people working in a 9-to-5 job can attest to how demoralizing the morning commute could be. Fed up with the congested roads and city traffic gridlocks, office worker Benjamin David decided to take an unconventional route—by swimming a 2-kilometer stretch of a river near his home in going to work. The 40-year-old German national, […]

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More Manila traffic woes as shipping expands

A trade expert and former Cabinet secretary under the Ramos administration said the government should come up with a policy that would move shipping traffic to ports outside Metro Manila, a crucial shift in reviving the manufacturing sector. Cielito F. Habito, who heads the Philippines- and USAID-led Trade-Related Assistance for Development (TRADE) project, told reporters […]

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LOOK: Flooding in Metro Manila

Heavy rainshowers caused by the southwest monsoon or habagat flooded parts of Metro Manila Thursday morning. The state weather bureau Pagasa, in its 4:00 a.m forecast, said Luzon as well as Metro Manila, Visayas, and Northern Mindanao will experience light to moderate raind and thunderstorms. –By: Pathricia Ann V. Roxas, CBB UN Avenue Area: Ilang lugar sa […]

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MMDA to auction off impounded vehicles on Aug. 29

Owners of vehicles impounded by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) have until Aug. 29 to settle their fines. Starting 2 p.m. that day, vehicles that will remain unclaimed will be auctioned off, according to MMDA operations supervisor Bong Nebrija. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Nebrija said the agency would be holding an auction to […]

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QC gov’t goes after illegal tricycles

The Quezon City government will start cracking down today on “colorum” tricycles as part of the strict enforcement of a 2014 ordinance. Under a one-strike policy, tricycles operating without a valid franchise will be impounded in the crackdown to be conducted by around 200 personnel from the Department of Public Order and Safety (DPOS), Environment […]

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Angeles prepares for railway, Clark airport expansion

ANGELES CITY — Mayor Edgardo Pamintuan has rolled out 14 road and bridge projects to help this city in Pampanga province cope with heavier traffic when the government completes the P211.43-billion Malolos-Clark Railway and P12.55-billion expanded Clark International Airport (CRK) in nearby Clark Freeport in 2020. The projects involve the construction of the North Luzon […]

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MMDA tells school: Stop giving ‘allowance’ to traffic aides

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) wants the La Salle Green Hills (LSGH) to stop its practice of providing a P50 daily meal allowance as a “token of appreciation” to its enforcers for managing traffic flow around the school. Bong Nebrija, the MMDA operations supervisor, said he learned only on Tuesday that the enforcers assigned […]

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Aug 16, 2017

Last week’s Inquirer Motoring provided a lot of details about Honda’s latest model, the recently unveiled CR-V. The big

Aug 16, 2017

Tom Matano, the man many call Mr. Miata and one of those credited with bringing the now-iconic little car