Number coding on the highway? If it’s privately-owned you’re good.
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.
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.
There’s a little over two weeks left before full number coding returns in Makati.
No coding for the holiday, says the MMDA.
After over a year and a half, the number coding scheme returns to Metro Manila streets.
The MMDA presented three options for the number coding scheme return.
Back to normal?
More vehicles are expected to take to EDSA as their new route as SMC has begun collecting tolls for Skyway Stage 3.
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The number coding scheme was lifted despite the heightened restrictions during GCQ.
Motorists will be able to freely travel without the fear of being flagged down for coding until the end of MECQ.
A commonly asked question in 2020 that still has the same answer for 2021.
Despite this privilege, people are still encouraged to stay at home.
Due to the still limited operations of public transportation the MMDA has suspended the modified number coding scheme until further notice.
The MMDA is reminding motorists about the coding exemptions following the removal of window hours.
The MMDA with the Metro Manila Council announced the decision to standardize no window hours on all thoroughfares and mabuhay lanes.
Google is about to roll out a new update that will allow users to avoid the Metro Manila number coding scheme
MMDA is suspending the number coding scheme for provincial buses and private vehicles for Christmas and New Year holidays.