Solving Metro traffic woes still a dream

Commuters have pinned their hopes on a new dispensation to slay the traffic monster in Metro Manila that cost more than P2.4 billion daily.


But a year into the new administration, people like Arnel Vasquez have yet to see the promised improved traffic in the metropolis.


In fact, Vasquez said traffic in the capital seemed to be “worsening,” especially with the onset of the rainy season.


Normally, he said that it took him a little over an hour to get from his home in Cainta, Rizal province, to his office in Guadalupe, Makati City, a distance of around 10 kilometers.


He had to leave Cainta before daybreak just to make it in time to the off…

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