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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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More than 150 bicycle advocates celebrate World Bicycle Day by counting fellow cyclists

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QUEZON CITY, June 4, 2024 – In celebration of Philippine Environment Month and World Bicycle Day yesterday, bicycle commuting advocates from 13 cities and one municipality in the country are coming together this June for the Mobility Awards’ Bilang Siklista (Bicycle Count) Project, a volunteer-driven initiative to count people that use bicycles as mode of transport and help cities better understand cycling patterns to develop safer, bicycle-friendly infrastructure. The manual bicycle count initiative, organized by the convenors of the Mobility Awards—namely: The Climate Reality Project Philippines, 350 Pilipinas, Institute for…
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Mobility Awards Statement on MMDA’s proposal to remove EDSA bike lanes

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The removal of bicycle lanes along EDSA is a recipe for gridlock, not progress. It is a step backward in terms of promoting sustainable transportation and a fair allocation of road space in the country. In a radio interview last April 23, Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) Chairman Romando Artes said that they are considering a proposal to completely remove bicycles from EDSA to replace it with an exclusive motorcycle lane along the highway. Removing bike lanes not only disregards the needs and safety of cyclists, but also negates the…

Mobility Awards Statement on MMDA Ban of E-vehicles

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Last February 19, 2024, the Metro Manila Development Authority issued MMDA Regulation No. 24-022 series of 2024, prohibiting the traversing of e-vehicles, such as e-bikes and e-trikes, as well as tricycles, pedicabs, pushcarts, and kuliglig’s on national roads, circumferential, and radial roads in Metro Manila. The Convenors of Mobility Awards joins the community of inclusive mobility and transport advocates in raising concern over this regulation and urges the LGU members of the MMDA to reconsider the implications of this ban to e-mobility users – majority of which belong to the…

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