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Extended Coding, No Road Closures Among Gov't Plans for Holiday Traffic

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The Christmas season is upon us, which means traffic is only going to get worse from this point. Recognizing this, the House Committee on Metro Manila Development has assessed the Inter-Agency Council on Traffic’s (I-ACT) plan of attack to help ease road ...

by Jason Tulio for  | December 01, 2018 12:00:00
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These Are the Worst Times to Be on the Road This Christmas According to Waze

Carmageddon, anyone?

The holiday season is the best time to commute in Metro Manila. Where else can you see an unending line of red taillights that look like Christmas lightsÂall over EDSA? It's also an opportunity to come up with your long list of ...

by Christa De La Cruz for  | December 22, 2017 12:00:00
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Bangkok Tech Firm Eyes ASEAN Rollout of Fee-Based Traffic App

A mobile app that helped Thai motorists cut travel time by 30% in the world's second most traffic-congested city may soon be available across the region

 Bangkok has the world's second-worst traffic congestion in the worldWhile the daily turmoil that is EDSA seems like an ordeal with no parallel, traffic is actually worse in other Asian cities.Take Bangkok for example. In October, Netherlands-based GPS and travel service company ...

by Elyssa Christine Lopez  | December 09, 2016 02:00:00
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This futuristic bus may be the answer to traffic woes

It looks something right out of sci-fi movies.

At first glance, this thing looks like some sci-fi contraption that swallows up cars. Actually, the idea is a lot less aggressive. It is the city bus of the future.Plans for this elevated bus were unveiled at the recent China Beijing International ...

by Jason Fell  | May 29, 2016 01:00:00
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How PH can ease traffic congestion through Big Data analysis

Real-time data can ease traffic congestion and lessen road safety issues, says tech executive.

IN TRAFFIC. “Traffic congestion won't go away, we can only lessen its duration,” said Holly Krambeck, senior transportation specialist for The World Bank. Photo from Wikimedia Commons Manila, Philippines — Tapping the power of Big Data is the key to solving the country’s traffic ...

by Toni Antiporda  | April 05, 2016 07:00:00