Rappler's latest stories on EDSA
The pilot segment of the bike lane is set up in EDSA northbound from White Plains to Boni Serrano
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'If the aftermath of EDSA did not lead to ample social changes, this is not a blot on EDSA'
The 'Duterte wanted' poster is flashed on the national police headquarters on the eve of the commemoration of the EDSA People Power Revolution
Multisectoral groups take to the streets to point out oppressive policies and violations under the Duterte administration that mirror those of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
'My father got away with a slap on the wrist. Many were not as lucky.'
A roundup of false information Rappler has debunked about Ferdinand Marcos’ dictatorial regime and the popular series of demonstrations that overthrew him
How can the popularity of the EDSA uprising be contested and reduced to 'Aquino-sponsored' political propaganda?
For Sister Helen, nothing beats physical activism in terms of impact. 'I think unless you get a mass of people out on the streets, nothing will change.'
President Rodrigo Duterte hails the peaceful uprising for having restored democratic institutions, many of which he himself has attacked or threatened
(UPDATED) On the 34th anniversary of the historic event, Vice President Leni Robredo urges Filipinos to protect and preserve the memory of the EDSA People Power Revolution amid attempts by some quarters to 'erase it for their personal agenda'
'After more than 3 decades and 6 administrations, our country is still suffering from the same mistakes'
'Despite this most beautiful memory of democracy and solidarity, I find no cause for celebration'
Here are the banks which will have certain branches open on Tuesday, February 25, 2020
The People Power Revolution was neither peaceful nor bloodless
When the protector becomes the predator, where do you run?
Join us on Tuesday, February 25, at 5 pm
The documentary follows Imelda Marcos, wife of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos
'Almost all urban planning literature debunks the idea that expanding road space for vehicles eases up congestion'
The National Economic and Development Authority Board approves 8 projects covering transportation, maritime safety, roads, and bridges, amounting to a total of P547.63 billion
At least 6 road infrastructure projects are set to be completed within 2020, with the end view of reducing traffic volume along EDSA
The High Court upholds a 2007 decision of the Construction Industry Arbitration Commission in favor of BF Corporation
(3rd UPDATE) Even with a Supreme Court dismissal, there is still an injunction on the bus ban issued by a Quezon City court in July 2019 that favors provincial operators
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
It's the most wonderful time of the year!
Traffic congestion reveals a deeper malady: lack of a well-defined land use plan for the National Capital Region
'It was an incredible feeling,' says the actor
In our gradual descent to perdition, how has Manila traffic affected our lives?
Business confidence falls to 37.3% in the 3rd quarter of 2019, as bad weather, external shocks, and government policies hit companies
There is no such statement from Senator Risa Hontiveros
Presidential Spokesman Salvador Panelo says the death of patients in ambulances caught in heavy traffic proves the need for emergency powers for President Rodrigo Duterte
The harrowing gridlock along EDSA due to the dry run of the ban left thousands stranded
Commuters brands the traffic schemes considered by the MMDA as 'band-aid' solutions, especially when the public transport system remains a mess
A former Pagcor consultant submits ‘brand coding’ traffic scheme proposal to MMDA
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade says the proposal is 'not new' and will be reviewed
The scheme will be paired with a bus rapid transit system and bus stops located within 200 meters of any residence
MovePH is partnering with Right of Way and AltMobility to host this huddle happening on Saturday, August 31
'We really must consider the alternative transport channel, as it…will give citizens from all walks of life an avenue for safe and easy mobility,' says Senator Zubiri
The large box is left on the center island of the underpass, prompting police to close the inner lanes while they verify the contents of the box
'The reason for the injunction is that the MMDA admitted that they have no power and it belongs to the LGU. It's an opportunity for us to review this particular aspect,' says Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon
'Puro eksperimento, habang taumbayan naman ang nagdurusa.... Bakit kalunos-lunos ang paglala ng trapik?' asks Senator Grace Poe
(UPDATED) MMDA traffic chief Bong Nebrija says the problem lies with the lack of discipline among bus drivers who swerve lanes, causing traffic buildup
The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority says it has yet to receive a copy of the preliminary injunction stopping the implementation of the provincial bus ban
The Quezon City Regional Trial Court Branch 223 says the controversial bus ban has 'far-reaching effects'
During the dry run, provincial buses will be banned from passing through EDSA from 4 am to 10 pm
The new Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board amends the routes of provincial buses with terminals along EDSA to end their trips in cities of Valenzuela, Parañaque, and Sta Rosa, Laguna
Sagot ba talaga ang provincial bus ban sa problema sa trapiko?