Just barely two months after the City of Manila launched its No-contact Apprehension scheme, close to 15,000 traffic violators were already caught and counting.
According to the city’s Public Information Office, 14,880 traffic violators were already caught through their CCTV’s deployed in key areas within its borders. Out of the 14,880 traffic violators, 6,570 notices were already served by the city as of January 21, 2021.
Common traffic violations
The most common traffic violation caught on the city’s camera is Disregarding Traffic Signs/ Lane Markings. They noted that a big chunk of those caught were blocking pedestrian lanes. The next highest are drivers blocking turning lanes that were designated as right turn only or left turn only lanes. Finally, a big number of these traffic violators were caught beating a red light.
Do I have a traffic violation?
If you think you might have at one point violated some traffic rules while in the city of Manila, it is quite easy to check their system. Just go to https://nocontact.manilacity.ph/plate and check for your vehicle or motorcycle’s plate number/ conduction sticker number or MV File number to see if you have an outstanding violation.
Parañaque City, as well as the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) also have a similar program. To check, just go to https://nocontact.paranaquecity.net/ for Parañaque, and https://www.mayhuliba.com/ to check if you have an outstanding traffic violation with the MMDA.