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Concrete lane separator, which creates more traffic, is hard to see at night and can be submerged during floods. photo: TRSalazar
The only warning for this lane separator is a red plastic barrier. photo: TRSalazar
Lane markings encourage you to turn from the wrong lane and cut across two lanes contrary to PD 207 following the 1968 Vienna Convention on Road Traffic, Lane Markings, and Road Rules. photo:APLoinaz
Bel Sayson posted this photo on Jan. 17 on his Facebook page. He recently disclosed to the Inquirer, “The MMDA (acted swiftly and) solved the predicament within 24 hours after posting.”
The ‘Stop’ and ‘Give Way’ signs in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone suggest different instructions to the motorist. The ‘Stop’ sign orders complete cessation of movement, while the ‘Give Way’ sign can also mean the motorist can proceed cautiously without stopping. photo: Alex Loinaz
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A tight walkway in the MRT station in Ortigas hinders smooth passenger flow. Alcazaren told the Inquirer that “the ADB (Asian Development Bank) has plans to help address this problem.”  photo: Paulo Alcazaren
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