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’Tis the season for malls to open an hour later than usual

Malls on major roads in Metro Manila will once again adjust their operating hours to avoid contributing to the expected traffic buildup during the holiday season. After a dialogue with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA), all malls of SM Supermalls, Ayala Malls and Robinsons located on Edsa, Marcos Highway, Commonwealth Avenue and C5 Road […]

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Expect heavier holiday traffic with 6 Metro bridges closed

Six bridges in Metro Manila have been closed for repairs since February, causing heavier traffic congestion as the holiday season nears. According to Melvin Navarro, National Capital Region director of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), the six bridges — Sevilla, Quirino, Otis, Old Sta. Mesa, Nagtahan and Tripa de Gallina — have […]

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Tips on minimizing car break-ins in traffic

There has been a series of viral videos on social media showing people attempting to open doors of cars while stuck in traffic.

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Estrella-Pantaleon bridge now open again, less than two days after closure

The Estrella-Pantaleon bridge linking Makati City and Mandaluyong city has been reopened is passable to motorists. Around 9:00pm of September 24, the orange barriers effectively closing the bridge were removed. According to nearby residents, several men drove up in a pick up truck and removed the barriers. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) was unaware of […]

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C-5 South Link under way

Infrastructure giant Metro Pacific Investments Corp. said the first phase of its C-5 South Link Expressway project is on track and will be finished by March 2019, a statement showed. The first phase is a 2.2-km section that will connect C-5 to Merville. The entire project is a six-lane 7.7-km expressway that will run to […]

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Japan to assist MMDA craft 5-year traffic management action plan

To ease road congestion in the National Capital Region, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will assist the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) in crafting a five-year traffic management action plan. In a statement Wednesday, Japan’s aid agency said it signed this week with the MMDA the records of discussion for the comprehensive traffic management plan […]

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MMDA: Makati-Mandaluyong bridge closed starting Sept. 23

Brace for heavier traffic particularly in the cities of Mandaluyong and Makati as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) starts the repair of Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge on Sunday, Sept. 23. At 8 a.m. on Sunday, the two-lane bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) General Manager Jojo Garcia announced […]

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Estrella bridge faces 30-month closure – DPWH

The 30-month closure of a bridge connecting the cities of Makati and Mandaluyong, which is set to start this month, can affect about 40,000 vehicles daily, diverting them to inner streets and aggravating  traffic conditions. In a hearing held on Wednesday by the House committee on Metro Manila development, Director Virgilio Castillo of the Department […]

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Gov’t wants subway projects integrated

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) has sought talks with the Makati City government to integrate underground train systems as a private sector offer to build a $3.7-billion (P200 billion) Makati subway project emerged. The Makati subway, proposed by a consortium that includes local builder IRC Properties and China Harbour Engineering Construction Ltd., will be an […]

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MMDA: No more towing of illegally parked cars

Starting today, August 31, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will no longer tow vehicles illegally parked on major thoroughfares and alternative routes. Instead, it will just slap a P500-fine on their owners. In a bid to strengthen traffic enforcement to ease congestion in the metropolis, the MMDA said Thursday that it would begin issuing […]

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Oct 17, 2018

That's what the Land Transportation Office, under Francis Ray Almora, Director for Law Enforcement in the agency will have

Oct 10, 2018

Last weekend’s race proved to be on-the-edge-of-your-seat exciting that I just had to write about it again.

Oct 10, 2018

P-ara kanino ka bumaban--gon? Who do you wake up for?

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