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Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge repair to worsen EDSA traffic, MMDA warns

Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge repair to worsen EDSA traffic, MMDA warns

Sep. 22 | The public should brace for heavier traffic in the Mandaluyong and Makati areas as the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) starts repairs on Estrella-Pantaleon Bridge. Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) general manager Jose Arturo...

Expect heavier traffic with rehab of key Manila bridges, flyover

Expect heavier traffic with rehab of key Manila bridges, flyover

Sep. 8 | The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) is warning motorists and commuters of more than the usual traffic in areas affected by the rehabilitation of two major bridges and one flyover in Manila City. MMDA general manager Jose Arturo Garcia...

Single truck lane policy on C2 Road

Single truck lane policy on C2 Road

Jun. 26 | THE Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will implement a one-truck lane policy along Circumferential-2 (C2) Road to reduce traffic congestion and minimize truck-related crashes. MMDA general manage Jojo Garcia, in a statement, said trucks...

Otis Bridge closed until March 2019

Otis Bridge closed until March 2019

Jun. 26 | Photo courtesy of MMDA. The Otis Bridge in Paco, Manila will be closed to motorists until March 2019 due to the structure’s “progressive collapse”, according to the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). An emergency construction of the...

Total truck ban on Roxas Boulevard on Aug 8

Total truck ban on Roxas Boulevard on Aug 8

Aug. 1 | A total truck ban along Roxas Boulevard will be implemented by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on August 8 from 2pm to 9pm due to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Ministers’ Meeting. The Metropolitan Manila Development...

Duterte highlights transport, infra projects for priority implementation

Duterte highlights transport, infra projects for priority implementation

Jul. 26 | Projects that will improve connectivity and address transportation concerns, as well as those that seek to increase infrastructure spending, are among immediate programs in the Philippine government’s pipeline, according to President Rodrigo Duterte...

Ban on light trucks along EDSA, Shaw stays for 3 more months

Ban on light trucks along EDSA, Shaw stays for 3 more months

Jun. 20 | The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has extended the uniform light truck ban on EDSA and Shaw Boulevard for another three months after having deemed the policy effective. The ban, which was supposed to have ended on June 15, was extended...

Ex-military officer is new chief of MMDA; DoTr resignations

Ex-military officer is new chief of MMDA; DoTr resignations

May. 24 | Danilo Lim is the new chair of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority. Former brigadier general Danilo Lim has been appointed as the new chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA). Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea confirmed...

ICTSI bags Grand Anvil for TABS

ICTSI bags Grand Anvil for TABS

Mar. 20 | The way International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI) successfully engaged various stakeholders in implementing its truck appointment system project has won top recognition from the Philippines’ largest organization of public relations professionals. The...

CTAP to deploy emergency responders for road incidents involving trucks

CTAP to deploy emergency responders for road incidents involving trucks

Feb. 13 | The Confederation of Truckers Association of the Philippines (CTAP) is planning to create an emergency response team that will be called upon to handle road incidents involving trucks, following an agreement with the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority...
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