‘Wangwang’ back in fashion
A black Mercedes Benz with plate number XKG 535 was traveling on the southbound lane of EDSA from across SM Megamall. It was followed by an Innova with plate number ZCX 762 with blinking hazard lights and escorted by a motorcycle rider with “wangwang” (siren). The motorcycle rider was in a dark-blue uniform. He made all the motorists stop so that the convoy could pass.—Anonymous
Illegal fare hike
Please look into a seemingly illegal increase in tricycle fares implemented by the tricycle drivers and operators association in our community.—Ginalyn Dignos, Bagumbong, Caloocan City
Sleepless in Quezon City
Motorcycles and tricycles with loud mufflers pass by our area here on Mayon and Dapitan streets in Quezon City.—Onil Azneita, Sta. Teresita, Quezon City
Broken drainage cover
I pass by Maria Clara going to Dimasalang every day. The cover of a drainage is already broken and has affected the road.—Nestor, Manila
Road turned into dump
I hope this will reach the concerned authorities. The throwing of garbage is rampant on C-5 extension. I wonder why they are not doing anything to stop this.—Venancio Sanchez, Moonwalk, Parañaque City
Motorists ignore signs
Vehicles are double-parked on A. Luna Street in Poblacion, Mandaluyong, although there are signs posted prohibiting parking on the street.—Anna, Mandaluyong City
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