On this episode of Behind the Wheel, Caco's reviewing a beloved nameplate in the Philippines, the 2022 Honda Civic. The model received a total exterior refresh along with a bunch of features...
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over just yet as certain areas are still going to be under Alert Level 1 and Alert Level 2.
If you haven’t had a chance to avail a free MRT-3 ride, now is the time, as the program runs until the end of May 2022.
Number coding on the highway? If it’s privately-owned you’re good.
The P30-billion tollway project is the first of its kind outside of Luzon.
The subway system will now begin partial operations by 2025, with full operations set for 2027.
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.
The Common Station will connect to the Metro Manila Subway, which could also begin partial operations this year.
The first three bridges rising above the Marikina River could reach completion in 2026.
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Guidelines for a possible Alert Level 0 designation are still unclear at the moment.
Under Alert Level 1, traffic in Metro Manila is seen to increase, perhaps even to pre-pandemic levels.
The new Common Station could service over 500,000 passengers per day across Metro Manila’s railway lines.
The ATF has formally approved the measure after gaining support from the Mayors of Metro Manila.
Jeepneys, buses, trains, taxis, and tricycles can now operate at full seating capacity.
If approved by the IATF, it will be the first time that Metro Manila enters Alert Level 1 since the system’s inception.
We took the Ranger Raptor on an epic road trip outside of Metro Manila in search of great but cheap food and search of the best hangout spots.
Japan will provide a total of P370.8 billion of loans for the Philippines’ first-ever underground railway system.
Joining Metro Manila are Batanes, Bulacan, Cavite, Rizal, Biliran, Southern Leyte, and Basilan.
The policy is in its first week and has been hounded by criticism from various sectors.