Rappler's latest stories on Metro Manila traffic
Tired of the sorry state of public transportation, a Filipino commuter makes the shift to bike commuting to 'improve his quality of life'
Here’s a suggestion: if a candidate can’t be bothered to show up in debates and lay bare their ideas for all to see, let’s not vote for him or her
Hangga’t ang angal ng karamihan sa atin ay pang-hashtag, meme, o status lang sa social media, hindi aaksiyunan ng mga pulitiko ang lahat ng ilegal sa kalsada
The measure had been pending for months at the plenary, but gets revived under Speaker Gloria Macapagal Arroyo
Chel Diokno says government must create policies for Filipinos who use buses and jeeps, while Francis Tolentino cites the need to pass a national land use law
The 'Ating Tagumpay' billboards contain lyrics that celebrate the brand of grit, resilience and skill Pinoys are known for
The MMDA, mall operators, DPWH, and telecom and utility companies agree to implement several measures from November 5 to January 14
(UPDATED) The ban is from 7 am to 10 am, and from 6 pm to 9 pm on weekdays, starting August 1
Here are alternate routes going to Mendiola and the US Embassy areas
Motorists and commuters who pass through Regalado Highway, the Tandang Sora Avenue-Commonwealth Avenue intersection, and North Avenue will be affected
Vince takes the MRT during rush hour – and lives to tell the tale
MMDA director Neomie Recio explains why Philippine roads signs are wordier compared to international standards
'We have reduced home to housing as simply a commodity,' says UP economics professor Chester Arcilla at an urban development forum
How can pavement markings make or break traffic flow along our roads?
Transportation planner Robert Siy says the war on traffic is largely fought at the local level
Road safety advocate Vincent Lazatin finds himself on the receiving end of traffic enforcement – his driver's license gets confiscated!
This vlog is the second in a series about road signs and pavement markings
Must-watch videos this week
The MRT-7 Project Traffic Management Task Force urges motorists to avoid specific areas and take alternative routes
This vlog is the first in a series about road signs and pavement markings
Force Filipino mayors to take a mandatory course on the basics of urban planning – an important task where they tend to show the utmost lack of understanding
The President suggests that, in a decade, Manila should be 'closed' and other places like Clark in Pampanga be developed instead
'You never heard it from me. It was the councilors and maybe Tugade because that was what he needs to do the right thing,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
A study by the Boston Consulting Group shows Metro Manila motorists and commuters get stuck in traffic for an average of 66 minutes daily
For many drivers and passengers, motorcycle ride-hailing app Angkas is convenient and saves time
Here are the alternate routes for those bound for the Quezon Memorial Circle coming from Caloocan City or San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan, and vice versa
Representatives from both sides – the government and transportation groups – have been invited to the transportation committee's hearing
UPDATED These big ticket projects will be funded via official development assistance ODA from either China or Japan
From an earlier projection of 4 4 billion P225 17 billion the cost of the proposed subway goes up to 7 billion P358 25 billion
Uber is back but what has the government done to fix the terrible traffic?
A task force announces developments in the construction of the MRT7 s University Avenue and Manggahan stations in Quezon City which would affect the flow of traffic
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says the two leaders may sign the deal when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe comes to Manila for the ASEAN Summit and Related Summits
Toll fees for the first two years of operation are P45 Class 1 P90 Class 2 and P134 Class 3 with adjustments allowed every two years
The SBMA chief wants the financing of the proposed multi modal coastal highway to be under the Philippine China Framework of Cooperation
The bill covers land air and sea traffic as well as provinces near Metro Manila
Motorists can apply for access stickers so they can pass through the Veterans Memorial Medical Center as a shortcut
After window hours are lifted a recent MMDA survey shows an average of 7 minutes is reduced in travel time on EDSA from Roxas Boulevard in the south to Monumento in the north
Traincheck gives commuters info on how crowded the train stations are and tells them when s the best time to leave
To ease up traffic government properties in Makati Pasay and Bonifacio Global City will soon be opened to private vehicles
The proposed scheme is expected to be finalized in a meeting between MMDA and other i ACT agencies on Thursday November 24
House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez slams the Department of Transportation saying it has failed to lay out concrete plans to address traffic in Metro Manila Metro Cebu and Metro Davao
Many people have proposed various solutions to our traffic problems Will building more roads necessarily relieve traffic congestion and increase travel time in the long run?
Private vehicle owners can start applying with Camp Aguinaldo for access passes on Monday November 21
A work from anywhere setup is seen as a means to reduce traffic in metro areas But what will it require from the parties involved?
UPDATED Get updates on rerouting schemes for cities in Metro Manila this long weekend
UPDATED Taft Avenue Shaw Boulevard and Commonwealth Avenue are among the latest additions to the list of roads without window hours Coding hours will also be longer – 7 am to 8 pm
Only 5 days away from the strict implementation of the No Window Hours traffic scheme a three day dry run commences throughout concerned areas in Metro Manila