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Makati records 58,753 traffic violations from January to May

The Makati City Public Safety Department (PSD) has recorded over 58,000 traffic violations from January to May, with disobedience to traffic control signs and signals topping the list at 15,349. Based on the report of the PSD’s Ordinance Violation Receipt Redemption Management Division, a total of 58,753 violations were recorded due to on-street operations and […]

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LTFRB sets probe of bus driver in viral video

The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) was set to issue on Tuesday a show cause order against a bus driver caught on video counterflowing on Monday and attempting to hurt the motorist who refused to give way to him since he was on the proper lane. LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada said that […]

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MMDA gets P20M in fines from erring motorists caught on cam

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has collected around P20 million in fines as a result of the “no-contact apprehension” policy that took effect in April. Based on the latest report released by the agency’s Public Information Office, 37,294 motorists were caught on camera violating traffic rules in the first nine months that the policy […]

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P400 puts MMDA men’s jobs in peril

For extorting P400 from a motorist, two traffic constables of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) are facing the prospect of losing their job. Wilfredo Banting and Jomar Carbonel said they received P200 each from a still unidentified driver whom they accosted for entering a one-way street in San Juan City on Tuesday, according to […]

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MMDA ‘Big Brother’ tags more than 200 vehicles in 8 hrs

Within eight hours, more than 200 vehicles were tagged on camera for traffic violations under the “no-contact” apprehension policy relaunched on Friday by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). Most of the early violations were for obstruction, reckless driving, and illegally using Edsa tunnels, the last involving public utility buses, said MMDA Chair Emerson Carlos, […]

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No stopping ‘no-contact’ apprehension policy today

“Huli ka (Gotcha)! You’re on CCTV camera.” It’s the tagline used by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to underscore the relaunch today of the “no-contact” apprehension policy, wherein hundreds of closed-circuit television cameras will be used to monitor traffic violations, track down erring motorists, and have them fined based on the video recordings. The […]

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‘Overspeeding’ and my first traffic ticket

I HAVE been driving since I was 18. Or, rather, I have had a driver’s license since I was 18—a thousand years ago. I got my license without ever taking a written or practical driving test. How did I manage it? I can’t recall. My driving experience then had been on and off, for the […]

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MMDA all set for ‘no-contact’ policy

THE METROPOLITAN Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has installed an additional 250 high definition closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras around Metro Manila in preparation for the implementation of the “no-contact” apprehension policy starting on April 15. During the agency’s weekly radio program on Sunday, MMDA No-Contact Policy head Ronnie Rivera said that they were just fine-tuning […]

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Jul 19, 2017

The Filipino public utility riding vehicle community has been in an uproar of late due to the government’s decision

Jul 12, 2017

Stuttgart and June means the International Engine of the Year Awards, and this year marked some things that stayed

Jul 05, 2017

A few weeks ago, we went to the land of salmon and maple syrup, Canada. Specifically, British Colombia.