By Leila B. Salaverria
Motorcycles are constant fixtures on the roads, weaving between vehicles and traversing narrow alleys, sometimes while carrying three to four passengers. They are even preferred by some motorists because they can break free from traffic jams during the rush hour.
By Matikas Santos
New license plates for vehicles and motorcycles could be issued by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) as early as the end of September, the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) announced Tuesday.
By Jamie Elona
Traffic is reported in several areas in Metro Manila as motorists are slowing down due to slippery roads caused by rains from Typhoon “Labuyo,” a Metropolitan Manila Development Authority officer said Tuesday.
Traffic in major thoroughfares in Metro Manila started to build up Tuesday morning due to nonstop rains brought by tropical depression “Kiko.”
By Nestor Burgos Jr.
A woman drowned after the van she was riding fell into the Iloilo River past midnight Sunday, according to a police report.
By Julie M. Aurelio
A policeman and his civilian cohort were arrested for allegedly trying to extort P500 from a motorist earlier this week in Quezon City.
Drug tests would be our protection against dopehead drivers, especially in Metro Manila. The government should take into consideration the prevention rather than crime solving that drug-loaded motorists are about to commit.—Atoy Sta. Cruz, director, Motorcycle Philippines Federation
By Tetch Torres-Tupas
A consumer watchdog on Monday questioned one of the two bidders for the P3.8-billion Vehicle License Plate Standardization Project of the Department of Transportation and Communications-Land Transportation Office.
By Tetch Torres
A motorist whose level of alcohol in the blood is greater than 0.05 will be found guilty of violating the Anti-Drunk and Drug Driving Act of 2013, the Land Transportation Office (LTO) said Friday over Radyo Inquirer 990AM.
By Jamie Elona
One person was injured when a van fell on its side along the North Luzon Expressway early Wednesday, an NLEX traffic control officer said.
By Michael Lim Ubac
Don’t drink and drive. This time the authorities mean it.
By Jaymee T. Gamil
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority is proposing that concrete mixer trucks be reclassified as “dangerous” vehicles, following the death of a college student crushed to death under such a vehicle in Quezon City on Tuesday.
By Niña P. Calleja
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority has approved the six-month repair of two major bridges in Quezon City starting this April, warning motorists of slow-moving traffic in the affected areas.