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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority earned a gross income of over P58 million from traffic fines for the first semester of 2012, according to its latest accomplishment report. This was a decrease from the over P59 million gross income it posted in the same period last year. Schatzi Quodala, Inquirer Research


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  • rickysgreyes

    The revenues from the fines should be used to uplift lives of MMDA personnel. Like use it for health cards or something

  • R J

    Dear Mr Tolentino, I am sure your honest work in MMDA is well proben by this kind of good reporting.I would like to suggest in order to increase this accomplishement and amount. How 
    about remove MMDA traffic enforcer in major road, specifically EDSA  and INSTALL CCTV instead. Just install these at crossing, u turn slot, bus stop and straight lines where you are not allowed to change lanes anymore. The MMDA can monitor and pick up violators thru CCTV. Violators shall receive their fines thru registered mail ( LBC or other same service courier) and pay ONLY to MMDA Bank account directly! Also strict compliance nang me ari nang transport company involve kung palaging unit nila ang nahuhuli. You can AVOID lagayan (Pesos 100 every huli) All of us know naman na in EDSA usually the common violators ang PUJ,PUB and Taxis dahil sila ang hari nang daan. If, these violators received fines more than 2 times/fines automatically, for sure mag tatanda ang mga ito and iiwasan na tong mga lugar/CCTV na toh.   
    Just a high resolution camera who can read the license plate and even the driver face if, necesarry.



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