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Vehicles go bumper to bumper during rush hour traffic alogn EDSA in QUezon City, December 18 2018. According tot he MMDA, a possible carmageddon is possible in the coming days even after the Christmas season. They will continue to enforce clearing oeprations in all Mabuhya lanes to hel ease the traffic. (Mark Balmores)

Private sector projects can help traffic

This is the right time for private companies to think of a project to help alleviate the traffic problem even if only in very limited…


Rally-driving immersion program

In motorsports, rally drivers are the “macho” guys, the ones who are unfazed by mud, rocks and rough uphill and downhill terrain. Often, they have…

Typhoon "Domeng" brought heavy rains yesterday evening to all parts of Manila as streets were flood start to build up along Edsa Avenue, June 10, 2018. (Kevin Tristan Espiritu)

Prepare for driving in the rain

At last, the rains are here... and water will fill Angat Dam!  The water shortage has become very real to many households now with water…


Better motoring days ahead

The Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3, which will connect NLEX to SLEX is nearing completion. One can even dare to think of better motoring days ahead…

EDSA, one of Metro Manila's busiest thoroughfares is decongested with traffic. Passengers in various parts of the country are expected to go back in Metro Manila and to their provinces after the holiday season.(Photo by ali vicoy)

How do you deal with a problem like EDSA?

The search for solutions to ease — not even solve — the traffic problem along EDSA continues. Any comment or suggestion related to that becomes…

How to drive to reduce fuel consumption

New toll rates and Isuzu PUVs

New toll rates at SCTEX Motorists driving through the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) will be paying an additional P0.51 per kilometer starting today, June 14. According…