EFY wants to know if UVVRP or the Unified Vehicle Volume Reduction Program is applicable in Tagaytay. He plans to leave Tagaytay at 5 pm so that he’ll hit Metro Manila by 7 pm. He plans to use the new car because of the distance, for safety.
Then 5 pm sounds early to me. CYdA told me that coding should apply starting Muntinlupa.
The MMDA trunkline numbers are 882-4151 to 77. I couldn’t get through 51 to 54. I got through 55, and spoke with a Rico, who confirmed that the September 9 update on the Metro Manila Development Authority site was the latest.
I had to say ‘UVRP‘ [sic] and ‘coding‘ a few times to Apple Ilano before she understood what I was saying. She seemed to find my question amusing. I guess I would, too, if I worked in Tagaytay.
C said, why implement a number coding scheme in Tagaytay when there’s not much traffic? But isn’t it ma-trafik na ren?
This text photo is so cool.