Number Coding along Commerce Ave. to be implemented again starting Oct. 23

Coinciding with the usual traffic experienced along the always busy street especially during the Holidays, Barangay Ayala Alabang has announced that the Number Coding along Commerce Ave. will be implemented again come Oct. 23, 2017 (Monday).

According to BAA captain Ruben Baes, the scheme will be put in place from 7am to 9am and from 4pm to 7pm — identified by them as the rush hours.

This means the Number Coding scheme for this run will have a window from 9:01am to 3:59pm.

Baes also made it clear that scheme will only be implemented within the barangay’s territorial jurisdiction which is from the Barangay Ayala Alabang marker (just after Hyundai from Filinvest) up to Daanghari Road.

“All vehicles with AAVA stickers — including school stickers, all providers and deliveries entering and exiting the village will be tolerated,” explained the barangay captain further.

He added that Muntinlupa residents as well as employees from the business establishments like Alabang Town Center, Molito and Madrigal Business Park will be allowed.

Maybe the “Muntinlupa residents” is a compromise with the Muntinlupa government? We will confirm with BAA and update this post accordingly.

Just to remind everyone, the ordinance also called for any motor vehicle not to park much more double park along Commerce Ave.

The following penalties were also drawn up:

First offense – P500
Second offense – P750
Third and succeeding offenses – P1,000

No confiscation of licenses will occur, mentioned Baes, and he said failure to pay the fine will result in a case filed in court.

Let’s hope this helps in decreasing traffic build up in the area.


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7 Responses

  1. abner says:

    yess thanks for the window hours

  2. Yap says:

    Will the madrigal sticker still gives me immunity to the coding scheme?

  3. Sean Mendoza says:

    I’m a nurse at AHMC. I live in Molino. I hope they don’t bring up the coding again, it’s a hassle especially for us healthcare workers on call any day of the week.

  4. Nhel Mercado says:

    Madrigal Business Park employees are exempted, right?

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