This MMDA website has some hugot
Now you can check for traffic violations and ponder your love life at the same time.
(SPOT.ph) As part of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority’s no-contact traffic apprehension policy, it has launched a website for motorists to see if they have committed traffic violations.
The site, called May Huli Ba?, serves to inform motorists if they have committed traffic violations based on footage from the MMDA’s network of CCTV cameras installed throughout the Metro. The cameras are scattered in different areas of Manila as part of the no-contact apprehension policy, in which you can be cited for a traffic violation even without an encounter with a traffic officer.
According to Top Gear Philippines, if you get caught by the MMDA’s no-contact team, you’ll be sent a notification citing the infraction and the corresponding penalty. May Huli Ba? addresses the possibility that a motorist might not get the notification for whatever reason, such as a change of address.
To check if you’ve committed a violation under the policy, visit the website and type in your car’s plate number. If you have an infraction, you’ll see what the violation is, as well as where and when you committed it.
Looks like the MMDA had a bit of fun putting the website together, because if you haven’t committed any violation, you’ll get hugot-inspired messages like these:
The MMDA has also released an FAQ on the no-contact traffic apprehension policy for motorists to learn more about the new scheme.
For more on this story and other useful tips on the no-contact policy, check out Top Gear Philippines