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No-contact apprehension of illegal parkers expanded to secondary roads

Owners of vehicles illegally parked on secondary roads would be sent summons starting on Monday, Feb. 12, when the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) expands its no-contact apprehension policy. In a weeklong dry run, teams of traffic enforcers equipped with 20 body cameras will roam Metro Manila to take videos of illegally parked vehicles, according to MMDA operations supervisor Bong Nebrija. The MMDA teams will pick streets with No Parking signs, where they will record a video for 5 minutes

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