Number coding still suspended in Metro Manila, except Makati City
MANILA, Philippines — The Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVRP) or the number coding scheme remains suspended in Metro Manila, except for Makati City, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) announced Friday following the extension of the Alert Level 4 in the metropolis until October 15.
“Sa pagpasok ng buwan ng Oktubre, nananatili pa ring suspendido ang Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) o number coding scheme na ipinatutupad ng Metropolitan Manila Development Authority,” the MMDA said.
(As we enter the month of October, the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program or number coding scheme being implemented by the MMDA remains suspended.)
“Patuloy na sundin ang mga alituntunin ng pamahalaan sa pagpapatupad ng Alert Level 4 hanggang Oktubre 15 (Continue to follow the protocols in the implementation of the Alert Level 4 classification until October 15),” it added.
On Twitter, the MMDA clarified that the suspension of the number coding scheme does not cover the city of Makati. The number coding scheme in the city is still in effect except on weekends and holidays.
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