Will we ever see the day the metro’s traffic woes are solved, or at least reduced to a manageable, minimally disruptive level? Not with the way the present crop of politicians, city officers and road managers are addressing the problem.
By Michael L. Tan
The Metro Manila Development Authority’s crackdown on colorum (or unauthorized) buses and other public utility vehicles, with steep fines that run up to P1 million, is the latest sign of an urban traffic system strained to an extreme.
By Neal H. Cruz
What’s happening to the directors of the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB)?
We have suffered other massive traffic jams before, but the gridlock that paralyzed parts of Metro Manila last Monday was nightmarish for two relatively novel reasons.
By Ma. Ceres P. Doyo
Last week, the announcement on Pope Francis’ coming to the Philippines in January made the headlines.