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Bikeable Philippines.


The Mobility Awards was driven by a simple goal: the prioritization of the needs of 88% of Filipino households in Metro Manila that do not own private cars (JICA-MUCEP, 2015). According to Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), over 80% of road spaces are dedicated for the use of private cars despite only 12% of Filipino households being car owners. This is not only happening in Metro Manila, but everywhere else in the Philippines where the conditions for cyclists and pedestrians remain challenging.

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Quezon City, Iloilo, and Baguio recognized as the Philippines’ most bicycle-friendly cities of 2023

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QUEZON CITY, November 24, 2023 – The cities of Quezon City, Iloilo, and Baguio were hailed as this year’s most bicycle-friendly cities in the Philippines, according to the Mobility Awards, as it concludes its third run. “Being the most bicycle-friendly city in the Philippines is a testament to our commitment to promote and encourage cycling as a sustainable mode of transportation,” said General Elmo San Diego, head of the Quezon City Department of Public Order and Safety, on behalf of Mayor Joy Belmonte upon receiving the Gold rating today during…

Bike count results show urgent need for improved mobility infrastructure

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QUEZON CITY, October 9, 2023 – The Mobility Awards calls for the urgent improvement of transport infrastructure in Philippine cities, making it safer and more inclusive to the mobility needs of cyclists, pedestrians, and commuters, as they launched the findings of this year’s nationwide bike count program. A total of 147,800 cyclists were recorded by 817 volunteers through the Bilang Siklista Bike Count project. In its third year of implementation, Bilang Siklista conducted counts in 17 cities across the country, during a 4-hour peak time in the morning and afternoon,…

Mobility Awards joins the first Philippine Urban Forum

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QUEZON CITY, October 2, 2023 – The Mobility Awards will be showcasing the importance of fostering bikeable and walkable cities as sustainable urban mobility solutions in the first Philippine Urban Forum (PhUF), the localized version of the World Urban Forum, the premier global conference on sustainable urbanization. Organized by the Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) and UN Habitat Philippines, PhUF 2023 provides a venue for knowledge exchanges, dialogues, and coordination among key stakeholders of sustainable urban development in the country.  The two-day conference will feature an urban…

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