Rappler's latest stories on traffic violations
Citing 'the end of justice having sufficiently set,' Judge Nelson Largo revokes subpoena he ordered
The mayor of Baguio City sends a letter to Supreme Court Chief Justice Diosdado Peralta about the 'bully' judge Nelson V. Largo
MMDA General Manager Jojo Garcia says of drivers who complain about the fines and ask for leniency: 'Walang karapatang magreklamo ang mga pasaway'
Assuming one violation per vehicle, almost half of all the registered vehicles in the National Capital Region figured in a traffic violation in 2016
Presidential Spokesman Ernesto Abella hopes lawmakers can 'bring themselves to the President's standards'
Albay 1st District Representative Edcel Lagman also points out that the immunity doesn't extend to the drivers of legislators
The House Majority Leader says congressmen should be allowed to proceed to Batasan to work, and Speaker Alvarez will turn them over to traffic authorities after the session
The Court of Appeals says the LTO order imposing higher penalties for traffic violations was a valid exercise of the state s police power
The new chief of the Highway Patrol Group meanwhile also urges the public to take videos if they re apprehended as a safeguard against erring cops
President elect s oldest son Paolo Duterte is caught going over the speed limit set in Davao City where he is vice mayor
The MMDA launches a website to allow motorists to check if they have committed a traffic violation under the agency s no contact apprehension policy
Starting Friday April 15 motorists caught violating traffic rules via CCTV footage will be issued notices
Under the policy the MMDA will use CCTV cameras to catch and fine traffic violators
Reshell Mantilla Roja says traffic enforcers yelled at him in front of his children and asked him to pay an impounding fee without issuing a receipt
Nathaniel Melegrito Tolentino complains on Facebook that the traffic enforcer who was only wearing a jacket shorts and slippers rudely apprehended him for beating a red light
UPDATED A viral Facebook post reports how a man claiming he s a traffic enforcer – but not in uniform – rudely apprehended an alleged violator
The PNP also reminds its officials to ‘exercise due diligence and discretion when giving away business cards’
What happens when a college student feels wronged by a traffic cop and seeks guidance from a government agency?
The driver who has not been officially named is an Armenian citizen who had been repeatedly warned this year for traffic violations