(UPDATED): Number Coding is back in Paranaque City; Find out details here

It’s official.

Yes, the topic we’ve all been talking about for a few weeks now — number coding in Paranaque City.

Signed by Mayor Edwin Olivarez just this afternoon, Resolution No. 16-057 or titled “A Resolution lifting the suspension of the Unified Vehicle Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) or the Number Coding Scheme on all roads in the city of Paranaque”, will be in effect starting November 3, 2016.

According to the city resolution which Olivarez posted on his official Facebook Page, there was a suspension of the UVVRP in the city via Resolution No. 06-050 last 2006 (although we published a resolution authored by then councilor and now vice mayor Rico Golez implementing the number coding scheme in some areas of the city — not sure why they are not acknowledging this).

Reasons stated for the present implementation of the number coding scheme in the present resolution are the following:

– “There is an increase in the volume of traffic and it has become unacceptable”

– “Maynilad is heavily repairing certain pavements along Dr. A. Santos Avenue, among others”

– “Utility companies are also expected to perform repair and maintenance of roads in the entire city of Paranaque”

With all the present councilors of the city as proponents of the city bill, Resolution 16-057 states that the number coding will be implemented from 7am to 7pm for private vehicles and from 6am to 9am and 4pm to 8pm for trucks.

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We are assuming that since no roads were specified in the resolution that all major roads of the city are included (no village roads were mentioned).

As a reminder, the URVVP does not allow vehicles with certain end plate numbers on the road, namely:

Monday – 1 and 2
Tuesday – 3 and 4
Wednesday – 5 and 6
Thursday – 7 and 8
Friday – 9 and 0

UPDATE:

According to Kagawad Noel Azarcon Jr. of Barangay BF, there will be a dry run held from October 1 to 8. All apprehended vehicles will be issued with warnings.

Full implementation will be on November 3.

More importantly, there will be window hours for private vehicles from 9am to 4pm (Yehey!).

Senior citizens, unfortunately, will not be exempted from the UVVRP.

The following vehicles are exempted:

The following are automatically exempted from the UVVRP:

a. DOT accredited tourism vehicles marked as such.

b. Cargo trucks and other heavy vehicles, whether empty or loaded, as defined in Section 2 of MMC Ordinance No. 78-04, as amended, shall continue to be covered by MMA Ordinance No. 5, Series of 1994 governing Truck Ban.

c. Ambulance, firetrucks, police patrol cars, military vehicles with permanent marking indicating vehicles as such. Ambulance and firetrucks which are privately owned and properly marked as such shall likewise be exempted.

d. Vehicles commandeered by the government directed by a person in authority or his agent/or by a medical practitioner for military relief or emergency purposes.

e. Vehicles carrying person/s needing immediate medical attention.

f. Diplomatic vehicles with diplomatic plates.

g. MMDA accredited tow trucks provided that the accreditation papers must be carried and ready for presentation upon request.

h. Government vehicles with government plates or appropriate LTO stickers with permanent markings expressly showing the name of government agency or office, including those vehicles of Members of Congress with officially issued LTO protocol plates and being utilized in the performance of their functions.

i. MMDA accredited tow trucks provided that the accreditation papers must be carried and ready for presentation upon request.

j. Vehicles delivering perishable goods in commercial quantity.

k. Motorcycles pursuant to MMDA Memorandum Circular No. 96-005B (1998)

According to the MMDA website, the fine for erring motorists is P300.

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62 Responses

  1. Norms says:

    Reading both the notice and article leads me to think that there would be no window hours from 10am-3pm. I hope we could receive clarification from Parañaque local government about this.

  2. dan diamzon says:

    do we have a window? 10am-3pm? thanks

  3. Pedro says:

    Anong kalokohan ito?

  4. Nap says:

    There will be a window for cargo trucks: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm? Hyphothetical, I am coming from Greenheights Village and have to cut across Dr. A. Santos Ave. in going to BF Homes using Lopez entrance, the distance between the entrances of the 2 villages is approximately 80 meters, di ba pwedeng exempted na yun?

  5. Nap says:

    Likewise, If I exit at Concha Cruz and would go to Acacia Ave. in Muntinlupa the distance is approximately 100 meters, meroin pa rin bang huli?

  6. Jean says:

    How about School buses? Hindi kasama sa exemption?

  7. aaron says:

    Question lang po. Kasama po ba ang dona soledad sa coding…?

  8. Mai says:

    Good thing this is implemented again. Due to numbers of vehicles passing thru subdivisions are going nuts.

  9. cedric says:

    bket pag from las pinas to pque thru bf homes d pwede unless my sticker?! pag pque to las pinas thru bf homes pwede?!!!! maski wlang friendship sticker!!! unfair ata un eh mas heavy ang traffic sa LP!!!!

  10. Roberto says:

    How about enforcing traffic rules first on jeepneys ?

  11. ruth says:

    What about taxi, uber and grab? and even puj? exempted po ba sila?

  12. Mitch says:

    Dapat may window hours for private cars! Pano yung greenheights to bf? we need to across dr. A santos ave, ano un bawal din pag coding? Dapat unahin nila yung mga jeepney, na basta na lng hihinto sa gitna at magsasakay or magbababa ng passenger! Kaso, based on what I usually see everyday eh, ka vibes nila yung mga traffic enforcer at barker!

  13. Carmen Yulo says:

    Exiting from ALABANG Hills from BF homes into skyway? Is that possible? Or mahuhuli ako?

  14. Jean says:

    Do we have update re school bus exemption ?

  15. Darwin says:

    Saw this as part of your update:

    “More importantly, there will be window hours for private vehicles from 9am to 4pm (Yehey!).”
    Is this accurate? Was this officially announced?

  16. Venice says:

    Sa West Service Road po going to Bicutan meron di po number coding?

  17. Shiena Zetha says:

    Sure na po bang walang window hours? Ang hirap naman po nun. Sa loob ng BF walang coding?

  18. Marge says:

    Paki-clarify po… inside BF Homes kasama po ba sa number coding?

  19. josh says:

    KAYA PO nagkakatraffic sa parañaque dahil sa sunod na pagbubutas ng kalsada ndi pa nga tapus ung isang portion babakbak nanaman sa kabilang side

  20. Jude says:

    Coding ko evry monday, hatid at sundo ko po yun mga kids ko, pwde ko bang ihatid muna ng 6am sa school ang anak ko?Thnks

  21. Joemarie says:

    Entering bicutan going southbound and vice versa sir. Mahuhuli b ako

  22. Bruce Craig says:

    Another money making scheme ! and another excuse for police to stop us and then accept bribes
    I thought the new law was that police cannot stop us for these small offences and we had to be caught by CCTV? Isnt this part of the police anti-corruption scheme that’s going on now?

  23. Ricky says:

    I just want to clarify, I’m working in alabang Madrigal Business park 2, Near Molito, kasama ba ito sa merong number coding, if yes kelan ang effectivity date?

  24. Joshua Filler Tarrosa says:

    Implemented po ba to sa multinational avenue hanggang kaingin road?kasi sobrang traffic dto samin since binuksan ung c5 road extension and the bridge of lahuerta is also weak so the trucks were need to pass c5 road sana masulusyunan to..

  25. Nelson Sardido says:

    May number coding o wala pa rin sa airport vicinity like Mia road, Domestic road, Airport rd and Andrews Ave papuntang Terminal 3?

  26. Lorena Cortez says:

    papunta po ako sa terminal 1 from laguna. exit po ako sa sucat then kaliwa to naia along sucat road. may coding po ba doon?

  27. Beth Torres says:

    From Posadas avenue to East Service Road to cross sucat road and enter Slex southbound (Laguna where I work) – may huli ba ito

    • AlabangBulletin says:

      We heard MMDA say before that if you’re just crossing then this is okay. But better to verify with them straight.

  28. May Vibares says:

    Good morning po. I’m from Cupang Muntinlupa (There is no number coding here), but I’m going to Calamba Laguna and need to pass SLEX. Is there any number coding along SLEX South Bound? Please help po. Salamat.

  29. Edwin says:

    Mutinational ave. ,, Ninoy Aquino ave (sucat rd.) and Quirino ave. MERON PO BANG NUMBER CODING….???

  30. Felix says:

    Hi. Do they need to impound the vehicle if yung violation coding at driving with student license?

  31. Russ says:

    “UPDATE:

    According to Kagawad Noel Azarcon Jr. of Barangay BF, there will be a dry run held from October 1 to 8. All apprehended vehicles will be issued with warnings.

    Full implementation will be on November 3.

    More importantly, there will be window hours for private vehicles from 9am to 4pm (Yehey!).

    Senior citizens, unfortunately, will not be exempted from the UVVRP.”

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    Ano na ba ang latest? So, may window hour ba ang private vehicles in Paranaque City from 9am to 4pm or wala? 2017 update, please!

  32. concerned citizen says:

    Hi is this still in place? Coding in Paranaque and window hour of 9am to 4pm?

  33. Harold says:

    Pag galing sa Taguig tapos dumaan ng Andrews/ Sales rd paakyat ng Naia Expressway may coding po ba?

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