Payment moved to online means

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has temporarily suspended its traffic violations settlement services in its redemption center in Orense, Makati effective immediately.

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If you have a traffic violation and need to settle the fines with the MMDA, it is best to just stay at home and settle the fines via online means through Landbank’s e-services portal. You can read our story here.

For those who currently do not have a bank account, you can settle your MMDA violation through GCash, or PayMaya, or other authorized payment outlets like Bayad Centers.

The spike in COVID-19 cases has forced the MMDA to suspend face-to-face transactions at the redemption center for the safety of its staff and clients. It will remain suspended until further notice.