Rappler's latest stories on traffic crisis
'Heroic' commuters are prone to imagining moving abroad, where there is higher quality of life, and you can't blame them
After Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo's commute stunt, netizens dare other officials to put their money where their mouth is
'As taxpayers and as hardworking, productive members of the society, we should demand accountability from the government.... We should call out those who downplay our exhaustion.'
'Your remark is insensitive and exemplifies what we already know about this administration: that you rarely really care about the poor, and that you coddle the rich.'
Under HB 4334 the DOTr secretary would hold the emergency powers to address traffic in Metro Manila Metro Cebu and Davao City for 3 years
The bill covers land air and sea traffic as well as provinces near Metro Manila
There is no basis to the myth Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno says referring to the claim that TROs derail government infrastructure projects
Existing roads must be made flood proof too Senate Minority Leader Ralph Recto says as the President seeks emergency powers to solve the traffic crisis
If passed into law the bill would give President Rodrigo Duterte emergency powers for two years
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Incoming Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says Kung nabababoy na ang kabuhayan natin at di ito krisis ano ang krisis?