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The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA; Filipino: Pangasiwaan sa Pagpapaunlad ng Kalakhang Maynila) is a government agency of the Philippines created which have a scope which covers the cities of Manila, Quezon City, Caloocan, Pasay, Mandaluyong, Makati, Pasig, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Las Piñas, Parañaque, Valenzuela, Malabon, Taguig, Navotas and San Juan and the municipality of Pateros. Metropolitan Manila, or the National Capital Region, is constituted into a special development and administrative region subject to direct supervision of the Office of the President. The MMDA office is located at Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) corner Orense Street, Guadalupe, Makati, Philippines.
The MMDA performs planning, monitoring and coordinative functions, and in the process exercises regulatory and supervisory authority over the delivery of metro-wide services within Metro Manila without diminution of the autonomy of the local government units concerning purely local matters.
The agency is headed by a chairman, who is appointed by, and continues to hold office at the discretion of, the president of the Philippines. The chairman is vested with the rank, rights, privileges, disqualifications, and prohibitions of a cabinet member.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About MMDA
- What is the fact of traffic in Metro Manila?
Traffic congestion: Today, traffic demand is at 12.8 million trips in Metro Manila. Most of these trips are made using the public transport owing to its 69% share of total trips.
- What does MMDA mean?
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority
- What is MMDA in the Philippines?
Creation of Metropolitan Manila Development Authority. - The affairs of Metropolitan Manila shall be administered by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, hereinafter referred to as the MMDA, to replace the Metro Manila Authority (MMA) organized under Executive Order No. 392, Series of 1990.
- How do I check my MMDA violations?
It is an online database that can be viewed at www.mayhuliba.com. The site permits drivers to enter their plate number and check whether they have committed traffic violations, as labeled by the various CCTV cameras that the MMDA has in operation around major roads in Metro Manila.
- Who founded MMDA?
President Ferdinand Marcos: Created by Presidential Decree 824 issued by then President Ferdinand Marcos, MMDA originally started out as Metro Manila Commission (MMC) on November 7, 1975, which integrated Manila and adjacent Quezon City with two cities and 12 municipalities of the province of Rizal and one municipality of Bulacan.
- Can I pay MMDA ticket online?
With the use of mobile phones and laptops/computers, we can now pay anytime and anywhere without the need to travel. Payment is now made easier and long queues will be avoided as they don't have to go to the MMDA or any over-the-counter payment centers to pay the fines.” Atty. Abalos said.
- Can I pay my MMDA ticket via GCash?
How to pay MMDA ticket using GCash. You can use the paying bills option in GCash to pay for your violation ticket.
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