Filed in Congress on September 4, 2023, HB 8991 is a bill seeking to impose penalties on drivers engaging in road rage.
In theory, the Single Ticketing System should lessen corruption and make it easier for all motorists.
The Land Transportation Office is close to finalizing its recommendation for a fair and reasonable driving school rate.
SMC and the Cavite government have recently finalized a joint venture deal to construct the Cavite-Batangas expressway.
Cebu City’s Rapid Bus Transit Project is a go with partial operability scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2023.
It's another effort of the government agency to get rid of corruption within its new system.
In order to deal with traffic the Quezon City government has opened a zipper lane along Quezon Avenue for westbound motorists.
All that is left now is for the president to sign this and we could see prices of select electric vehicles in the country go down soon.
The online driver’s license renewal exam may be a thing of the past if the LTO decides to remove it as a way to crack down on fixers.
The local QC government issued a statement regarding the confiscation of licenses.
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The Department of the Interior and Local Gov’t stated that only the LTO and its deputies can confiscate licenses.
The Department of Transport (DOTr) accepted help from the Swedish government to improve our bus carousels on EDSA.
A sigh of relief for those feeling pressure at the pumps as fuel and oil prices are expected to continue to fall in the coming weeks and months.
No-contact apprehension is set to fully go live in Quezon City as the local government has finished with its trial run.
It could help lessen the amount of traffic that regularly plagues Metro Manila.
The addition of contact information to your car’s registration was done as part of the government agency’s migration to its new LTMS system.
Could adjusted government working hours help alleviate the traffic seen with more relaxed COVID-19 guidelines?
Quezon City has already acted on its own as it began handing out P500 fuel vouchers to beneficiaries.
The government agency thinks that fuel prices will still go up but will not hit the P100 per liter mark based on the data that it has.
Currently hovering at around $92 USD per barrel, the price of oil in the world market could hit $100 USD soon.