The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority will deploy a mobile command center to keep track of traffic incidents during this year's observance of All Souls' Day.
MMDA traffic discipline office head Yves Gonzalez said this year's Undas will be the first field test for the mobile command center, which is a converted bus, dubbed "Agila 2."
Agila 2 is the second rolling command center after Agila 1, a van similarly converted to monitor and respond to traffic incidents during the exodus.
Starting next week, Filipinos are expected to flock to the provinces for the All Soul’s Day holidays.
Earlier this year, Agila 1 was deployed to keep track of the exodus to the provinces for Holy Week.
Gonzalez said Agila 2 will have its own cameras - which will prove useful in "blind spots" not covered by the MMDA's CCTV camera network in Metro Manila. — DVM, GMA News