With worsening traffic conditions, the MMDA passed a new number coding scheme to be approved by May 2022.
It could help lessen the amount of traffic that regularly plagues Metro Manila.
Could adjusted government working hours help alleviate the traffic seen with more relaxed COVID-19 guidelines?
Guidelines for a possible Alert Level 0 designation are still unclear at the moment.
With the rising gas prices, we could see fewer and fewer cars being used on the road and a shift towards public or alternative transport.
Under Alert Level 1, traffic in Metro Manila is seen to increase, perhaps even to pre-pandemic levels.
Here are the possible scenarios that could arise if you happen to forget your Philippine Driver’s License.
The restrictions include malls, restaurants, and other public areas within NCR.
The popular thoroughfare has will be shut down to allow the DPWH to conduct repairs on the damaged drainage system in front of the Libertad pumping station in Pasay.
Need to do some last minute prep for the holidays? Don’t worry about the coding.
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Motorists are advised to use alternate routes until the damage is repaired.
No coding for the holiday, says the MMDA.
After over a year and a half, the number coding scheme returns to Metro Manila streets.
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The MMDA presented three options for the number coding scheme return.
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Back to normal?
The government agency has released a statement on the issue clarifying the misinformation in the fake advisory.
As commuters rush to get home for All Saints’ Day, the MMDA is ramping up to prepare for the holiday.
The MMDA has announced new curfew hours in light of declining COVID-19 cases in NCR.