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.
On October 9, 2023, the DPWH officially opened the 7.64-kilometer Bulacan Arterial Bypass Road in San Rafael for all travelers.
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Filed in Congress on September 4, 2023, HB 8991 is a bill seeking to impose penalties on drivers engaging in road rage.
The MMDA received a ton of support from various transport groups to equip its enforcers with body cameras.
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The Land Transportation clarifies the types of plates allowed on vehicles amid the agency’s shortage of blank plates.
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.
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SMC Infrastructure has made various adjustments to help traffic flow during Holy Week.
The MMDA is deploying Libreng Saskay vehicles starting March 7, 2023, in response to the temporary PUV shortage.
The NCAP is coming back, now with a centralized ticketing system across all cities in Metro Manila.
The LTO and the Metro Manila Council have approved the implementation of the new single-ticketing system.
The MMDA, LTO, and Metro Manila mayors approved the final draft of the new Metro Manila single-ticketing system.
In the city, you want compact and frugal for the traffic and the potholes on Metro Manila’s tight streets and traffic-filled streets.
In order to deal with traffic the Quezon City government has opened a zipper lane along Quezon Avenue for westbound motorists.
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.
The aim of the new payment scheme is to help lessen traffic on the tollways and to cut down the stops that motorists need to do.
The bridge will only be passable for vehicles coming from C5 that are headed to Eulogio Amang Rodriguez Avenue.