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Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

TABLE OF CONTENTS LOCAL EDITION SUBJECT 1: DIGITALIZED…………………………………………………………………1 SUBJECT 2: ROAD ORDER MABUHAY STREETS…………….………………………...3 SUBJECT 3: ILLEGAL PARKING………………………………………………………......6 SUBJECT 4: BARANGAY PARTICIPATION………………………...………….…………8 SUBJECT 5: TICKET OFFICERS…...….…..………………………....................................11 SUBJECT 6: PARKING OFFICER………...………………………......................................13 SUBJECT 7: ROAD PARKING APPS………………………………………………….…. 15 SUBJECT 8: ROADSIDE PARKING W/ MOBILE APPLICATION….………………..…18 SUBJECT 9: ROADSIDE PARKING NO MOBILE APPLICATION………………….…..20 SUBJECT 10: INFORMATION DISSEMINATION……………………..………………... 22 SUBJECT 11: CONCERN CITIZEN PARTICIPATION Ver 2………….….………...........24 SUBJECT 12: UNSTRUCTURED SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICE DATA (USSD).……..26 BOOK TRAIL- INTO THE HANDS OF MANY (UP TO DATE AS OF JULY 9/21…..…28 CERTIFICATE OF COPYRIGHT REGISTRATION………………………………………32 SPONSOR…………………………………………………………………………………....32

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

SUBJECT 1: DIGITALIZED

A MUST APPROACH Due to the severe problems of the traffic situation in Metro Manila, a huge number of possible solutions have been made by the Transportation Department, but we can only presume that the public is confused about which ordinance is currently in effect. The Transportation Department is doing a stick and carrot with its sub-agencies that there is no solid solution in plain view. The following issues are preventing people from taking advantage of the government's actions: 1. Cars on fleet 2. Un-manageable and less cooperative drivers 3. The road is not clear and pedestrian-friendly 4. International Standard Operation deficiency from Traffic Enforcers 5. Corruptible and Schemes Adopting a digitalized method that can empower our monitoring system, traffic accessibility, and road rules will begin the process of resolving traffic issues. We must be prepared to take advantage of the digital age as it comes to fruition, making all of our endeavors and works easier. 1|Page

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Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

SUBJECT 2: ROAD ORDER MABUHAY STREETS THE PROBLEM A. MABUHAY ROADS & SECONDARY ROADS We frequently observe illegally parked vehicles on our country's roadways, which simply block streets that should not be clogged. The government agencies in charge of traffic problems regarded towing as a solution, but would towing services be willing to be upfront about their procedures? How will the government ensure that this type of solution is not marred by bribery and corruption? What about the policy of no contact? As we learned more about this solution from the agencies, we came up with a new way for the government to take credit: Towing Payments below: 1. Parking / No parking 2. Clearway 3. Loading and unloading (Public Utility Vehicles) 4. Loading and unloading (Private Vehicles) CONCEPT 1. PARKING / NO PARKING (Mabuhay & Secondary Roads) Visible traffic enforcers should be stationed in the area to ensure that the ordinances and road laws are adhered to. To reduce congestion in the area and for drivers to be responsible at all times, parked vehicles must be towed if they have exceeded the maximum period allowed for parking. A well-trained enforcer would be a better fit for these areas because they must strictly enforce the law and order that has been assigned to them. 2. CLEARWAY (Mabuhay & Secondary Roads) A CLEARWAY time and a PARKING time must be indicated, with a maximum of 2 hours given. This will prevent parking spaces on the streets from being abused. At the same time, all parking spaces are timed, for example, for two (2) hours, producing revenue for the agency. Example: Clearway from 7:30 to 9:30 am / 3:30 to 8:30 pm 3|Page

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

3. LOADING AND UNLOADING FOR PUBLIC UTILITY VEHICLES (Mabuhay & Secondary Roads) It should be place in a strategic location so it won't interfere with other cards or intersections. 4. LOADING AND UNLOADING FOR COMMERCIAL (Mabuhay & Secondary Roads) In the main street, there should be a set time for LOADING/UNLOADING. They must, however, have a separate park place for UNLOADING/LOADING during busy hours. Trolleys will be required to transport the products or goods. 4|Page

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

SUBJECT 2: ROAD ORDER MABUHAY STREETS 5|Page

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

SUBJECT 3: ILLEGAL PARKING (RESIDENTIAL ROADS) THE PROBLEM Since getting a car was a leap of simplicity and accessibility to attain, finding a parking spot has been a difficulty. Walkways, thoroughfares, and pedestrian lanes all have parked cars in them, clogging our roads and complicating the illegal parking rules. CONCEPT OF ‘ELIMINATION’ I called this ‘CONCEPT BY ELIMINATION’. This process of elimination takes longer than usual, but change can be noticed three to ten (3-10) years after introduction. The city government unit, as well as the government as a whole, should take at least credit for the monthly dues of the registered car owner. With this process, towing services cannot exploit car owners through bribery and corruption, and strong no-contact policies will be able to established. Elimination may be difficult to apply at first but after you see the results, you'll be glad you did. Guidelines to be set by the LGU to the Brgy Chairman regarding the subject (Illegal Parking) a. Because he had to deal with tough people, the BARANGGAY CHAIRMAN had to be harder than normal. b. MARKED PARKING SPACE for legitimate car park owner that are registered at the Barangay and City Hall. c. For the legitimate car park owner, a monthly parking payment is required. This approach was considered because the government owned the parking space that was being used, so the government should at least be given credit. If anyone in the barangay breaks this ordinance, he or she should be issued a violation ticket, regardless of who they are. Only registered cars will be permitted to park in the area reserved exclusively for the owner from now on. He/she should not park in a location where the owner is not listed with the government. Furthermore, The Patriot, a mobile application, must be used to notify unauthorized parking box usage within the Barangay area. Other Options In exchange for a monthly payment, some Barangays might form a partnership with the owner of a vacant lot to use it as a parking place. 6|Page

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System

SUBJECT 3: ILLEGAL PARKING 7|Page

Borinez / Doable and Simple Concepts for Traffic Management System



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