MANILA, Philippines – The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Sunday (June 7) deferred the implementation of the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program or the modified number coding scheme which was supposed to start on Monday (June 8).
In an advisory, the agency said it opted to indefinitely suspend its implementation of the number coding scheme given the limited number of public transportation in Metro Manila.
“The number coding suspension is for public mobility to continue and assist the motorists, particularly those reporting for work,” the agency announced.
Likewise, the agency noted that the postponement will give them time to establish the necessary transport augmentations for the riding public.
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