Paranaque and Commerce Ave. to continue having Number Coding Window Hours

“Window hours will still apply.”

This was the pronouncement of both Paranaque City and Barangay Ayala Alabang in the wake of reports that MMDA will be scrapping all window hours of the Number Coding Scheme in all cities.

Not yet implemented though as MMDA will still have to get the approval and sign-offs of all Metro Manila mayors, it was announced last week that the traffic agency will be removing all window hours in all cities to further improve traffic in the city.

Asked by Alabang Bulletin today, both Barangay Ayala Alabang and Paranaque City said their window hours will stay in effect.

From Paranaque Traffic and Management Group

This means that in Paranaque, the following roads where the Number Coding Scheme is being implemented will still have the Window Hours of 9am to 4pm:

– East Service Road
– West Service Road
– Ninoy Aquino Ave.
– Dr. A. Santos Ave. (Sucat Road)
– Quirino Ave. (from Baclaran to Paranaque-Las Pinas Boundary)
– Dona Soledad (Don Bosco)

This was confirmed in a text message by Paranaque Public Information Office chief Mar Jimenez.

For Barangay Ayala Alabang, Commerce Ave. will still implement the Window Hours of 9am to 4pm, as confirmed by barangay chairman Ruben Baes.

Photo from Barangay Ayala Alabang

Click here for more information about their Number Coding Scheme.

In Muntinlupa, only Commerce Ave. and Alabang-Zapote portions employ the Number Coding Scheme.

Alabang-Zapote Road will still have a No Window Hours policy, both for Muntinlupa and Las Pinas.

Let us see if there will be changes once the LGU leaders give their sign-offs but for now, the Window Hours for both Paranaque City and Commerce Ave. will remain.


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6 Responses

  1. Rhayan says:

    i just show this article to MMDA FB page and they said this is not legit.

  2. Harley says:

    Hi. Does paranaque still have coding window hours in effect?

  3. steven says:

    can someone just post a map so everyone has no questions? It would be nice if it were color coded as well on roads it affects

  4. michael says:

    Paano naman magiging kapani-paniwala itong artikulo ninyo kung gagamitin ninyong reference ay tatlong taon na. Sana naman ay hinusayan ninyo ang pag-research dahil mahirap maniwala sa sabi-sabi ng isang website. Sa totoo lang, hindi ako kumbinsido na hindi fake news ang site ninyo, wala sanang samaan ng loob, sa kadahilanang ngayon ko lamang ito nabuksan dahil sa pag search ko ng balita tungkol sa “coding”.

  5. Leandro Marasigan says:

    Is this true?

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