Cycling in Manila: Key to Surging Pollution

In this fast-paced city of Manila, trucks, cars and motorcycles are roaming. Automobiles causes smoke belches that cannot be avoided. And in relation with these, the air that we are breathing mingles with the smog of the vehicles around it. Are we really going to snuffle this kind of air, or are we going to be the lungful pattern of saving Manila from the dark airborne these cars are instigating?

 

One of the key agent that can lessen the air struggle in the city is cycling. Cycling is one of the most popular outdoor activities worldwide. It is good for our health and well-being by improving our posture, lowering blood pressure, increasing flexibility and strength, and etc. It also reduces risk of depression, heart disease, obesity and osteoporosis. Aside from physical health benefits, it also enhances to stabilize our mental health. According to a long term study in Alameda Country, aerobic exercise reduces the risks of psychological problems as physical activity is an active anti-depressant. It also enables us to interact socially with the “cyclists” or community of co-bikers. In Philippines, there are diverse groups and organizations that shares the same passion and interest for cycling, including Philippine Cycling Network, Padyak PH and Crest Pursuit Manila. It gives us a sense of freedom and self-esteem as we practice the cycling lifestyle.
Moreover, it is also environmentally friendly as the mode of transport as it cuts down 1500 kg greenhouse gas emissions by just cycling 10 km to your destination. The average car produces about 1.3 billion cubic yards of polluted air within its lifespan. It would also significantly reduce the need for petroleum and pollutants such as hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide. Also, bikes do not use motor oil or batteries to work. Production of such items not only causes pollution, but also releases pollution into the air when in use or when disposed. Bikes do not present these kinds of problem and choosing to ride a bike instead of driving would be a very powerful way to reduce pollution. Lastly, parking spaces would also be conserved as 20 bicycles would fit in a space of single vehicle. By encouraging more people on their bikes, we could help minimize global climate change as it is one of the most critical environmental problem worldwide.
Another reason, manufacturing bikes will take less energy than the car does. Factories make use of energy to make products and these energy is also emitted into the air. Estimates show us that tons and tons of waste and about 1.2 billion cubic yards of pollution are produced for every car made. Also, paint used on cars adds about 40 million pounds of pollutants into the air. It would also remarkably save forests as there would be less need for rubbers in production of vehicles. When you choose a bike over a car, you are choosing an option that did not emit many pollutants when it was manufactured.

 

One of the advantages of cycling or becoming a road racer in Manila is its price. Because bikes or road race is cheaper than motorcycles or cars. In addition to that, bikes have only few materials to make that makes it convenient to fix whenever there is an encounter of a mechanical problem. Unlike with the cars or motorcycle, you have to consider all of the parts and visit to the professional repairman in order to fix the car or motorcycle. And because bikes don’t use any fuel as stated, it can be the best substitute to the hybrid cars that produces 14,000 pounds of carbon each. Thus, one bike can reduce the production of air pollution by 14,000 pounds of carbon a day.

 

Cycling have a bunch of advantages such as reducing the air pollution, traffic and reduce traffic accidents when there are fewer cars. Having a lot of benefits may deliver hazards and risk cycling outdoor that will put you at mercy of nature. Weather conditions is one of the hazards and risk. Adverse weather will detract even the most enthusiastic cyclist. This will also increase the risk of having an injury. Another risk will be the cyclist’s health because of the pollution that will come from the exhaust of the cars if intended to roam around traffic hours. Children are at the greatest risk because of children not following rules such as traffic rules wearing helmet, brightly colored shirts at morning and reflective vest at night.

 

As for now, a team called Crest Pursuit Manila is roving around the bright streets of Manila and at the edge bound of the city straight to Rizal’s heights. A group from ages 12 and above, they are the itinerants of earning clean air to seethe while being superb at the “Padyak Maynileno” advocacy.

 

The thought of cycling as an everyday thing that most of us either do now or have done in the past can be a great key to refreshing Manila’s lungs.  If we can transform our towns and cities into safe and convenient places to bike, we will use less gas, become more fit, and reduce traffic congestion.  This is the kind of world we all hope for.

 

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An Advocacy by CIV151 Team Angels

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raven dosano
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it is good to use bicyle because we all know that the world now is very polluted we should make a move to manage the pollution so that we can save the earth. for me cycling is one of the best way to reduce the global warming it not just we help the mother nature but also we are helping our self to become more healthy and also to reducing the traffic specially here in manila.

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Joseph Villanueva

As a residence of Manila and the same time a cyclist i do experience this problem and i find it as a serious problem around metro manila. This advocacy is useful indeed especially among cyclists around metro manila, promoting a pollution free city and can also be the key to lessen traffic because some will go get bikes instead of cars. I hope your advocacy will get the attention of the people for it to be succeed.

djasminelozano
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An Advocacy by CIV151 Team Angels titled Cycling in Manila: Key to Surging Pollution is a great way to conserve energy and promote global warming as stated above, I as an mountaineer, a sport enthusiast and as a student, I want to support them in their advocacy by inviting people to adapt biking or cycling as a mode of transformation because it can not only benefit them physically and mentally but it can help heal the world little by little through simple actions done.

Joseph Villanueva
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Joseph Villanueva

As a residence of Manila and the same time a cyclist, i always face this problem every time i go for a bike coming from cars but majority coming from jeepneys and old motorcycle. The advocacy promotes an air pollution free around the cities and paying more attention on using bikes, This also helps to lessen traffic which is a big problem now in our country and lastly gives a healthy living for everyone because of the health benefits cause by cycling. This advocacy is very useful for among cyclist around the country and i hope people will notice this… Read more »

Bianca Marie F. Quitaleg
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Bianca Marie F. Quitaleg

Biking is indeed a solution to reduce air pollution and traffic in the Philippines specifically in the roads and streets of Manila. I support this advocacy in a way that this campaign will help and bring the chance to the new generation to experience breathing fresh air not polluted the air, thus it will also lessen the emission of carbon dioxide in our country which could be of good help in repairing and restoring our damaged ozone layer. Biking could also be a good help in making someone physically fit and reduce the percentage of death in our country, as… Read more »

fantasticfive2017
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Cycling is one of the best key to lessen the pollution here in the Philippines. I support this article even more it is because I also love biking for some reasons. Cycling has been my vehicle for my everyday life, cycling gives me freedom it’s about getting outside you can do everything you want especially when I’m doing a uphill bike. Besides from cycling I’m also a mountaineer and I love to feel the fresh nature air.

Jasper Kim
Member

As a student nurse I’m very much concern in the society’s condition specially if it is health related. I agreed that one of the best way to reduce the pollution in Manila is cycling because of its benefits not just to everyone’s health but also to the environment. Being a 2 years commuter in Manila area, I noticed and experienced that cars and motorcycles had a big contribution in causing heavy traffic and accident in the Manila roads. I choose this topic because it is related to my course which is nursing. A health care provider should support this kind… Read more »

jaimedejesusblog
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As a cyclist, I support this advocacy because it helps lessen the increasing levels of air pollution and can reduce the traffic in the Philippines as bikes aren’t as large as vehicles. I’ve encountered that problem every time when I go for a bike ride. Riding a bike can give you many benefits to your health as an easy way to stay fit but we should be careful, especially when going for a ride outside in crowded areas because we might get into an accident if we’re not observant. For your own safety, you should never ride a bike without… Read more »

juanodiaries
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juanodiaries

As a competitive cyclist, this advocacy is the best way to lessen the air pollution and traffic in the world. In the Philippines this is also the most common problem especially here in Manila. This article will help us to have a better and a greener environment. When i was in my province I always bike going to my school and after classes I go out and trained properly but when i got to Manila for college it is very hard for me to train outdoors because of the discomfort of the air and traffic. I hope this advocacy will… Read more »

Richard Eliseeff
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Richard Eliseeff

I strongly agree with this advocacy. Nowadays traffic is a major concern for of “motoristas” we even make shortcuts but still there is traffic on every corner of the country and we also have apps to make our driving easier but sometimes it makes things harder and it sometimes causes traffic. But in anyway that we do in the road there will always be traffic. But there are ways to minimize it and also minimize the pollution cause by heavy traffic. And the main idea for it as of now is to use bicycles to lessen the cause or heavy… Read more »

Julienne Pecho
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Julienne Pecho

Cycling is an alternative way to ease traffic. And at the same time we can help the earth to lessen Global warming. And i think it is a huge impact for us to solve the heavy traffic around metro manila.

Kyrone Laudencia
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Kyrone Laudencia

mas pabor ako sa pagbabike kesa magmotor. kase sa tingin ko naabuso na masyado ang mundo natin ng dahil sa pulusyon

elizara dela cruz
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elizara dela cruz

Cycling can really help prevent air pollution, I live in Manila and yes, I have encountered tons of smokes from automobiles, I am supporting this advocacy because of many reasons, It can reduce air-pollution and it will minimize traffic. However, I cannot say that I am in for it, I can’t ride a bike going to school everyday because I’m wearing a skirt. So I’ll probably get my father to give me a ride to school. But, I will try my best to avoid riding automobiles and ride a bike whenever I go out.

Jacob A. Mangulabnan
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Jacob A. Mangulabnan

It is a good option instead of a motorcycle that just contributes air pollution to the world even though its small it also release smoke. Cycling somehow really can help not only on lessening the pollution but also to ease the heavy traffic in the city. It can also safer than the motorcycle that commit accidents and most of them will die on the spot sometimes because of their speeding and the way they drive their motors. The disadvantage of a bicycle is we will be tired of cycling when we go to far places, and our city did not… Read more »

Jasper Estimada
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Executive order no. 99, s. 2017 also called bicycle nationwide day Part1 : Strengthening the fight against pollution and clarifying the jurisdiction and authority of concerned of agencies and people. Directing all military personnel including PNP, AFP, Security agencies and barangay offcials to secure all the public highways, expressways, and main road. I hereby declare that every first Saturday and Sunday of October is special non-working holiday for the bicycles nationwide(Batanes to Tawi-Tawi. No one should use a cars(all types of cars), jeepneys, trucks, and other fueled-vehicles. Only bikes and electric vehicle may use. Failure to oblige to this law… Read more »

Cortez, Nikole A.
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Cortez, Nikole A.

Republic of the Philippines Republic Act no. 1111114 An act that elevates the usage of a bicycle and educates the people about it benefits. Section 1. Short Title. – “Bisekleta ng Masa Act 2017”. Section 2. This act shall elevates the usage of bicycle and educates the people about it benefits. Also, improves the road maps that will add a bike lane for those who want to ride a bicycle going to school or work. Section 3. The benefits of this act, will lessen the pollution in the country, also will enhanced a person’s health and lessen the traffic. Section… Read more »

Joanne Antonio
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Republic Act 0225

BICYCLE FOR OUR LIFE CYCLE BILL OF 2017

Section 1: This bill mandates every Filipino at the age of 18 and above to own a bicycle. The bike should be registered at the LTFRB and would be given a plate number.

Section 2: Owners with plate numbers 1 and 2, must used their bikes during Mondays if they would travel that day. 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8, 9 and 0, would be permitted to use their bikes during Tuesdays, Weds, Thurs, and Fridays respectively. This is a way to reduce traffic and pollution in the country.

Hannah Joy R. Custodio
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Hannah Joy R. Custodio

Republic Act 4672
BIKE FOR A CAUSE ACT

Section 1. All bike owners who are 18 years old and above are obliged to join Bike-For-A-Cause Program every first Saturday of the month to boost their fitness and health and avoid pollution.
A. All cyclist will pay 350 pesos for registration.
B. The payment will all go to charitable institutions.
C. Charitable Institutions shall use the money for the benefit of the people who are in need.

Section 2. All cyclist should wear proper cycling attire with gears. Not complying with this shall pay 1500.

Anna Rica Dizon
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Anna Rica Dizon

Republic Act 12012

BIKE FOR A DAY BILL OF 2017

Section 1: All cars are banned every last saturday of the month unless going to province from manila or vice versa.

Section 2: This act are valid only in Manila area between 4:00 am to 10:00 am.

Section 3: Those who violates the law shall be penalized by paying PHP 3,000 . The money that will be paid by the violator must donate to the charities.

Dizon, Anna Rica C.
FIN131

Edward L. Ceballos
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Edward L. Ceballos

Assignment FINALS FIN131 – CEBALLOS Advocacy: Cycling in Manila: Key to Surging Pollution Section 1. This Act shall be known as the “Cycling Day Act.” Section 2. It is hereby declared to be the policy of the State to implement and enforce Monday as the Cycling Day. As we all know in the modern World today, Monday is better known as Manic Monday due to the heavy traffic caused by long weekend vacation. Bike riding is a pollution-free mode of transport. Bikes reduce the need to build, service and dispose of cars and can also reduce traffic in the Metro.… Read more »

Domenic C. Nocedo
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Domenic C. Nocedo

Republic Act 1978 Wheel of Life Act of 2017 Section 1 – Wherever a usable path for bicycles has been provided adjacent to a roadway, bicycle riders shall use such path and shall not use the roadway. Section 2 – This law prohibiting driving while under the influence of alcohol or other controlled substances is written so that it applies to motor vehicles and therefore does not directly apply to bicyclists. Nevertheless bicycles should not be operated while intoxicated. Section 3 – Anyone who violates the law will be penalized depending on the degree of their violation. 3.1 – Those… Read more »

CHRISTINA A. LABANG
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CHRISTINA A. LABANG
FIN131

Republic of the Philippines
RA 42617

Section 1: This act shall be known as “Bicycle for Healthy Living Act”

Section 2: This act is for those people who are wants to become fit or more healthier. The public or private hospital shall implement this kind of exercise those who suffer any kind of diseased because this consuming more energy for the patient and they may live longer than others.

Section 3: Any of Public and Private hospital that will be violate this act shall be punished amounting of thirty thousand pesos (30,000).

PRINCESS DIMPLE S. LALATA
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LALATA, PRINCESS DIMPLE S.
FIN131

Republic Act 30042

Section 1: This act shall be known as “Less Pollution Act”

Section 2: This act state that Government should put separate lane for bicycle and motorcycle to avoid further accidents.

Section 3: If Government didn’t support this act they will be responsible for the expenses if there is an accident that includes bikers and will give PHP 50,000 for their healing.

R-Jay P. Gracilla
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Sponsored by GRACILLA Propose Bill 7933 “AN ACT FOR MANDATORY CYCLING EVERY SUNDAY” Article 1 this act shall be known as “AN ACT FOR MANDATORY CYCLING EVERY SUNDAY” Article 2: purpose of the act the purpose of this act is to lessen and to contribute for the betterment of the environment all over the metro. Article 2 rules and regulations Section 1. all commuters shall use bicycle as their mode of transportation section 2. all bicycle riders who run 15 km have the right to choose for alternative mode of transportation. Section 3. all bicycle riders should wear the proper… Read more »

John Carl Reniva
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Reniva, John Carl P. FIN 131 Republic Act No. 1223 Sec 1: Pamagat: “Weekend is Bicycle Day Act of 2017” Sec 2: Pagpapahayag ng Patakaran- Naglalayong gumamit ng kanilang mga bisikleta saan man sila pumunta tuwing lingo. May nakalaan linya tuwing sabado at linggo ang mga gumagamit ng bisikleta upang makatulong sa pagbawas ng polusyon. Sec 3: Pangkalahatang Probisyon: A. Bawal lagpasan ng mga sasakyan ang linyang itinalaga para sa mga nagbibisikleta tuwing sabado at linggo. B. Kapag wala pa sa wastong gulang ang nagbibisikleta ay kailangan may kasama itong nakakatanda. C. Kailangan sumunod sa mga itinalagang traffic signs sa… Read more »

VANESSA PASICOLAN
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VANESSA PASICOLAN

Republic Act 1222 Section 1: This act shall be known as “RACK IN A ROAD” An act giving cyclist a free parking rack in road to captivate more people to use bicycle as their transportation in their everyday routine. Section 2: This act defines “free bicycle parking rack” in areas of: 1. EDSA / National Roads – A free bicycle parking rack in every 5 kilometers from north to south of EDSA, 10 kilometers for national roads of cities and 20 kilometers for provinces. 2. PRIVATE OWNED ESTABLISHMENT SUCH AS SCHOOLS, MALLS, HOSPITALS ETC. – They must provide with at… Read more »

Hannah Quennie Tubera
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Hannah Quennie Tubera

Republic Act 302 “Bicycle Lane Project in Manila Act 2017” Section 1 : This act states that there will be infrastructures for bicycle lanes in the city of Manila. This cycling infrastructures may be able to provide the users with direct, convenient routes minimizing unnecessary delay and effort in reaching their destinations, to promote and support using bicycles, and can have a significant effect on the utility and safety of cycling in Manila. This also includes the compulsory of riding a bike in the lanes provided for them. Section 3: Any person who shall violate this act shall be punished… Read more »

Mark Angelo
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Mark Angelo

Panaligan,Mark Angelo B.
CIV151

Republic Act 2408

Section 1: pangalan ng batas “The bike mamba”

Section 2: nakapaloob sa batas na ito na sa araw ng lunes lahat ng tao sa bansa ay pinagbabawalang gumamit ng sasakyan upang maiwasan natin kahit papano ang polusyon

Section 3:ang sino mang lumabag sa nasabing batas ay pagmumultahin ng 10,000

aron joshua d. malabanan
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aron joshua d. malabanan

MALABANAN, ARON JOSHUA D.
CIV151

1. RA. NO 2114 (CYCLISTS ACT OF 2017)

SECTION 1 – this act states that all cyclists in the Philippines shall have their convenient lanes in all roads for them to be able to travel safely thus preventing them from being bumped by huge vehicles.

SECTION 2- bicycles shall be allowed to travel anywhere around the cities of Metro Manila everyday.

SECTION 3 – any individual responsible of violating this act shall be fined for the amount of 100,000 php and his/her license shall be surrendered and suspended by the authorized personnel.

mike par
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RA 7893 Free bicycle ride for the senior citizen act

Article I. this states that senior citizens will not be charge due to this matter they can enjoy bicycle ride whenever they want to. it will be lend by the government

violation; proven guilty of not doing so will be arrested and fine 3000 pesos

Bryll Par
CIV 151

aron joshua d. malabanan
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aron joshua d. malabanan

ADDITION TO SECTION 1: motorcycles and other vehicles shall not cross the lanes intended for cyclists.

Johnry Guillema
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Johnry Guillema

Cycle mo, cycle ko, cycle natin lahat Act of 2017 ( 3C act of 2017) Republic act of 14110 Section 1. Where as the following will have a bicycle: A. A boy that age of 12 will have a own bicycle that will be start to practice biking. B. A girl with age of 14 will have a own bicycle that will be start to practice biking but not mandatory C. All person with a Student permit or license should comply with own bicycle before release the license D. All PWD should have a own special made bicycle. Section. 2.… Read more »

Marlowe Aveno
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Marlowe Aveno

Marlowe Aveno CIV151 REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8749 PHILIPPINE CLEAN AIR ACT OF 1999 SEC. 2. Declaration of Principles. – The State shall protect and advance the right of the people to a balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature. The State shall promote and protect the global environment to attain sustainable development while recognizing the primary responsibility of local government units to deal with environmental problems. The State recognizes that the responsibility of cleaning the habitat and environment is primarily area-based. The State also recognizes the principle that “polluters must pay”. Finally, the State… Read more »

Harvt
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Harvt

Cycling

Executive order no. 229 of 2017
Also known as bicycle for all ages

Section 1: every filipino must have legally possesed a bicycle suggested by a 50% of the member of the family.

Section 2: every filipino member of the family (15-60 years old) without disease, illness and considered as well -productive individual was obligued to join bicycle marathon. The distance each one travelled is defend varies on their capability, skills and designated age.

Penalty:
1st Offense: 1000.00 or 3 year of imprisonment
2nd Offense: 5000.00 or 5 year of imprisoment
Last Offense: 10000.00 or 10 year of imprisoment.

HARVY N. GLORIA
CIV151

Harvy N Gloria
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Harvy N Gloria

Cycling

Executive order no. 229 of 2017
Also known as bicycle for all ages

Section 1: every filipino must have legally possesed a bicycle suggested by a 50% of the member of the family.

Section 2: every filipino member of the family (15-60 years old) without disease, illness and considered as well -productive individual was obligued to join bicycle marathon. The distance each one travelled is defend varies on their capability, skills and designated age.

Penalty:
1st Offense: 1000.00 or 3 year of imprisonment
2nd Offense: 5000.00 or 5 year of imprisoment
Last Offense: 10000.00 or 10 year of imprisoment.

HARVY N. GLORIA
CIV151

aron joshua d. malabanan
Guest
aron joshua d. malabanan

MALABANAN, ARON JOSHUA D.
CIVI 151

1. RA NO. 121616 ( ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORTATION ACT OF 2017)

SECTION 1 – This act states that drivers affected by the daily number coding scheme shall use bicycles if they are going to travel.

SECTION 2 – Any individual responsible for violating this act shall be fined for the amount of 30,000 php.

*SIR ITO NA LANG PO YUNG SAKIN 😀

Kathleen Amparo
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Kathleen Amparo

KATHLEEN AMPARO
CIV 151

Section 1: This act shall be known as the “BICYCLE LANE ACT OF 2017”

Section 2: This is to provide free parking space to all government and private owned establishments for Filipino bicyclist.

Section 3: Failure to comply with this act entitles to pay fifthy thousand pesos (50,000)

jetravis9
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jetravis9

nc article

Eldrin James Gonzales
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Eldrin James Gonzales

RA 13425

Sec1. This bill states that all local government should have a bicycle club in their barangay/municipality/town/city.

Sec2. Citizens are required to ride bike while traveling within the barangay area instead of using car execpt for person with disabilities and senior citizens

Sec3. Individual who violates the law shall be fine of 1,000PHP

Gonzales, Eldrin James N.
CIV151

Jeniña B. San Juan
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Jeniña B. San Juan

Jeniña B. San Juan CIV151 Anti-Pollution Law no. 114658 -ang layunin ng batas na ito ay mabawasan ang polusyon ng ating bansa. 1.) para mabawasan ito, magkakaroon sa isang taon ng limang araw, na bawal bumyahe ang mga pampublikong sasakyan. 2.) sa bawat linggo may isang araw na bawal bumyahe ang isang uri ng pampublikong sasakyan. Halimbawa: a.) tuwing martes ay walang anumang jeep ang dapat pumapasada. b.) tuwing miyerkules ay walang van na pumapasada. c.) tuwing linggo walang bus na pumapasada. 3.) Magkaroon ng bike lane sa bawat kalsada.

Jeniña B. San Juan
Guest
Jeniña B. San Juan

Kung sinuman ang lumabag sa batas na ito ay makukuhaan ng lisensya at magbabayad ng 10,000.

Krisha Julian
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Krisha Julian

Republic Act 1808 Section 1. This act shall be known as “Burn Fat Not Oil Act” Section 2. This act states that the government will provide an extra lane for bikers/cyclist throughout the city of manila. Also there will be a transport strike such as jeepneys, buses, FX and privately owned car during Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday where people are only required to use a bicycle. Only MRT and LRT will operate on the said days. Aside from reducing traffics and accidents it will help reduce the growing pollution in city of manila. Section 3. Any person who shall violate… Read more »

Casuela22
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Casuela22

Mallari, Eddie Boy C. CIV 151 Republic act 2231 Bike for students act. Section1. All hight school and college schools should provide bicycles that can be use by the student for transportation. This act can help to lessen the polution and traffic problem. Section2. All users of the bicycle must be responsible on using it . Whenever she/he made a damage to it she/he must fix it when he will be returning it to the school or else he will need to pay 1,000 pesos as penalty. Section3. Goverment should make an alternative lanes that can be use by the… Read more »

Marlowe Aveno
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Marlowe Aveno

I support this advocacy. This advocacy help to lessen the pollution here in Manila. I hope someday there will be no pollution in metro Manila and everyone can breathe fresh air.

Marlowe Aveno
CIV151

iman adnan
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iman adnan

The more full answer is, inevitably, slightly mixed. Air pollution is a very real danger, with even conservative estimates gauging it prematurely kills almost 30,000 a year, making it the most deadly public health hazard apart from smoking.

Mallari, Eddie boy c.
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Mallari, Eddie boy c.

This is a good advocacy. Cycling can really help to lessen the pollution and traffic which cause daily hazard to manny of us. Cycling would be very effective to solve heavy traffic problem because unlike other vehicle it does’nt occupy a lot of space ,so it much easier for us to go whenever we want without consuming a lot of time.It would also help us to save money because we dont need to commute or to pay for dessel on using this kind of vehicle. Cycling could also be an effective solution to lessen the polution. Polution is one of… Read more »

Jeniña B. San Juan
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Jeniña B. San Juan

Alin sir?