Rappler's latest stories on right of way
The barrier disrupts the normal flow of traffic along Quezon Avenue
Are you up for the Kamuning footbridge challenge?
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin talks to Frank Schuengel of Visor.PH about the Rockwell-Mandaluyong bridge (also known as Estrella-Pantaleon) and its potential detriment to motorists and commuters in the immediate vicinity
Deputy Speaker Raneo Abu calls on Congress to immediately pass the proposed P3.757-trillion budget for 2019
It's Right of Way's 1st anniversary. Here's a wrap up of the issues we tackled the past year.
Is it safe to cross two bus lanes in a short distance in order to make a right turn?
Urban and transport planners weigh in on solutions for a metropolis suffering from overdevelopment
With the prevalence of ads masquerading as road signs, Metro Manila's shopping malls have become key landmarks in a metropolis that has no defined center
Ever heard of the broken window theory? That probably explains the chaos in Metro Manila's streets.
Public Works Secretary Mark Villar says NLEX Harbor Link Segment 10 will 'hopefully be completed in time for the Christmas rush'
Why are sidewalks an afterthought in the construction of the metro's road network?
Senator Panfilo Lacson says the amount could be used as pork barrel, which the Supreme Court has declared as unconstitutional
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and Muntinlupa City Representative Ruffy Biazon talk about the sorry state of transportation as they commute from Quezon City to Makati
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and friends Debbie Rodrigo and Dayo Montalbo drive along EDSA and talk about the controversial ban. What is this new scheme all about, and will it work?
Urban development expert Robie Sy takes a detailed look at the proposed bus rapid transit system in Metro Manila
An organized, systematic, round-the-clock bus system helped solve the traffic woes in cities like Bogota. Can it also solve Manila's problems?
Is cycling a viable form of transportation for daily commute?
The P397-million housing project for informal settlers who will be affected by the LRT-1 Cavite Extension project was awarded without first conducting a feasibility study, says the Commission on Audit
'Stupid God', Duterte ratings and economy in the "doldrums?"
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority fixes at least 6 problematic road signs and pavement markings along Katipunan Avenue
From the historic Trump-Kim summit to President Duterte being heckled on Independence day to Sereno at Tindig Pilipinas
Catcalled or pushed around while commuting? A longtime female commuter talks about how to toughen up!
Road safety advocate Vince Lazatin and motovlogger GakiMoto talk about the challenges – and joys – of riding a motorcycle in Metro Manila
Just how complicated is the Sucat Interchange in Parañaque? This animation dissects – and visualizes – the complexity of this road network.
Apparently, it's not just the Sucat interchange that's getting much flak in the South
Sucat, the bane of the motorists and commuters of the South. How to deal with this chokepoint?
Two road safety advocates have a conversation on enforcement, as well as proposed solutions for Metro Manila's traffic woes.
With traffic enforcers deployed right by traffic lights and intersections, they put their lives on the line
Living in Metro Manila, transport woes and all, can feel like a daily penance
The NBI says it is coordinating with AMLC to establish direct evidence that Singson et al pocketed the money
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
How can pavement markings make or break traffic flow along our roads?
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
This vlog is the first in a series about road signs and pavement markings
A road safety advocate attempts to drive from BGC to Quezon City during one of the Christmas season's busiest days.
'There's no P8.7 billion paid in General Santos. I was not a corrupt secretary and definitely not a plunderer,' says former DPWH chief Rogelio Singson
'I am very confident that I can justify the cut that I proposed and which was approved in plenary. I just hope we will stick to the issue at hand instead of misleading the public,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson
'The accusation is baseless and therefore not true. I and the DBM were never part of the negotiations for that transaction,' says former budget chief Florencio Abad
'Clearly the pattern shows that the bloated budget for [right-of-way acquisitions] is the biggest source of insertions and realignments being made by legislators,' says Senator Panfilo Lacson
The Department of Public Works and Highways has sent notice to hundreds of owners of structures that encroach on right of way areas
2nd UPDATE DOE appeals to LGUs and land owners to cooperate with NGCP in resolving the transmission issues on right of way and easements