This November, the MMDA will raise fines for violators of the EDSA bus lane in an effort to deter motorists from using it.
In order to mitigate road congestion during the holidays, the MMDA is set to implement a 12-hour coding scheme soon.
The MMDA unveiled its latest and largest command and control center featuring cutting-edge tech this July 12, 2023.
The MMDA received a ton of support from various transport groups to equip its enforcers with body cameras.
Digital payment devices will rollout by third week of May according to the MMDA.
In theory, the Single Ticketing System should lessen corruption and make it easier for all motorists.
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is fielding 100 enforcers with body cameras in the fight against bribery.
The region-wide single ticketing system policy will take effect on May 2, unifying traffic laws and fines in the metro.
The MMDA is deploying Libreng Saskay vehicles starting March 7, 2023, in response to the temporary PUV shortage.
The DOTr, along with consultancy company Sweco International are working together to improve the EDSA Busway system.
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The NCAP is coming back, now with a centralized ticketing system across all cities in Metro Manila.
The MMDA says private cars can use the PUB loading/unloading lanes of the EDSA-Ayala Southbound service road.
The MMDA, LTO, and Metro Manila mayors approved the final draft of the new Metro Manila single-ticketing system.
No number coding on Thursday, which means vehicles with plates ending in 7 and 8 are allowed out during coding hours.
Brace for some traffic after rush hour on C5 due to Flyover rehabilitation from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM daily until December 30, 2022.
Along with the announcement of the temporary suspension of road works, the MMDA has also announced the extension of mall hours for consumers.
The Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) is suspended for Undas this year, from Oct 31 to Nov 1.
The MMDA, DILG, and LGUs meet to improve consistency in relation to traffic management.
The MMDA will be providing assistance for the 55th Annual ADB Meeting from September 26 to 30, 2022. Expect traffic.
The existence of window hours is apparently enough reason to discard the exemptions.