Projects include the Iloilo City traffic handbook and the intelligent traffic system
According to Engr. Ray Macalalag, the procurement process and budget season prevent them from ensuring the timely implementation of road projects
Local artist Dumay Solinggay and her merry bunch have started yarnbombing Session Road, making the cold city warmer
Phoenix goes up 2-0 while Alaska's losing streak continues
The province of Iloilo, home to 1.81 million people, records nearly 5,000 road crash incidents in the first half of 2017
Sign up if you want to join the #SaferRoadsPH activity at the Nursing Review Center, University of San Agustin, in Iloilo City on July 22 from 12 pm to 5 pm
NLEX and Phoenix defeat KIA and Alaska, respectively, on the opening day of the season-ending conference
A police report said a military armor personnel carrier, a Simba, bumped a Toyota Hi Ace and sideswiped a motorcycle while it was overtaking a trailer truck.
Today's modern cars come equipped with a host of features to keep road users safe
On Wednesday, July 12, it will have been one year since the Philippines scored a historic victory over China in the South China Sea maritime dispute
The veteran coach also thinks the Gilas’ spacing, timing and execution were better than the previous tune-up game
(UPDATED) Chinese President Xi Jinping tells US counterpart Donald Trump that Sino-US relations have been hit by 'negative factors' in a phone call following days of US actions that have vexed Beijing
(UPDATED) The USS Stethem passes less than 12 nautical miles from Triton Island, a move likely to provoke China
The Iloilo city government temporarily suspends the enforcement of the speed limit ordinance
The joint patrol is upon the invitation of the Philippine government, and comes amid the clashes between government troops and local terrorists in Marawi City
Despite its apparent benefits, Duterte's policy has not generated any assurance that China will not impose itself and its pre-emptive claim over waters and resources that legally pertain to the Philippines
The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative says Beijing's Fiery Cross Reef base in the Spratly Islands now has 12 hardened shelters, 4 more than seen in February, with retractable roofs that can house missile launchers
The upscale property developer aims to build 20,000 units of affordable housing every year by 2020, with the segment to eventually account for a third of the firm's bottom line
MMDA spokesperson Celine Pialago says that no mayor has reached out to them to oppose the plan
Safe Kids Worldwide Philippines aims to raise awareness of road safety in schools and in homes
Authorities say they will intensify sea patrols and deployment of assets to protect Boracay Island from any armed groups
As the Philippines marks National Safe Kids Week this third week of June, advocates are calling for stronger government and civil society action to protect children’s lives on the road
Instead of protecting riders from accidents – the purpose of a 2009 law – helmets have become the criminals' protection, Morong's municipal administrator says
The revised rules of the law have been published, says the Department of Transportation, paving the way for implementation
Lee and two younger children of revered founding leader Lee Kuan Yew have been attacking each other on Facebook and international media for days as a dispute over the patriarch's estate became public
(3rd UPDATE) The US navy and Japan's coastguard are conducting separate inquiries, but will likely be co-operating, a spokesman for Japan's transport safety board says
Banning texting while driving, or even just holding a phone? See how other countries impose rules to deter distracted drivers from going behind the wheel.
(UPDATED) The Department of Transportation redefines the much criticized 'line of sight' as it releases the new implementing rules and regulations of the Anti-Distracted Driving Act
Eufronio Torrado recalls the harrowing crash that left him and his wife with injuries, and medical bills amounting to over P300,000
In Rappler's #SaferRoadsPH forum, a motorcycle rider points out there aren't enough signs for ongoing road works, posing risks to motorists
Tuguegarao residents are not used to crossing pedestrian lanes because there aren't too many of them, to begin with
A Tuguegarao City councilor raises security concerns on the use of motorcycle helmets by criminals
With Cagayan Valley having the highest crash density rate nationwide, local officials say there's a need to step up efforts for road safety
Road safety trends as Rappler hosts a forum in Cagayan Valley, the region with the highest road crash density rate in the Philippines
Local officials say extra precaution is needed in Cagayan Valley's crash-prone roads, with the region's topography and road conditions affecting road safety
Central Luzon has the highest number of crash-related deaths in 2014, but if numbers are divided by population, Cagayan Valley comes out as the most crash-prone.
With no comprehensive, national database on road crash numbers, Rappler relied on different government agencies for data. But each dataset has its own limitations
Guterres raises alarm over the state of the world's oceans, saying pollution, overfishing and climate change are causing severe damage and that 'the situation is getting worse'
Rex Tillerson: 'We desire productive relationships... but we cannot allow China to use its economic power to buy its way out of other problems'
The Chinese foreign ministry accuses 'certain countries outside the region' of making 'erroneous remarks driven by ulterior motives'
The Ocean Conference in New York June 5-9 attempts to rally nations big and small to make meaningful changes to preserve what is arguably the Earth's most important resource
Cavs or Warriors? Guiao shares his 2017 NBA Finals prediction.
The exercise in the waters off Talicud Island, Davao del Norte, on Saturday, June 3, aims to enhance the capacity of both PH and Japan coast guard personnel
Expect traffic slowdown in these 6 areas over the weekend
Sign up if you want to join the activity at the Bulwagang Teodulfo Domingo, University of St Louis, in Tuguegarao City on June 7, from 1 pm to 5 pm
Bookmark this page to watch Rappler's live interview with coach Yeng Guiao of the NLEX Road Warriors on Thursday, June 1
This comes a week after the law was suspended due to confusion over its guidelines
China is 'strongly dissatisfied at the G7 summit gesticulating over the issues of the East and South China seas under the guise of international law'
The Road Warriors gain some rhythm and win back-to-back outings to close out this conference strong