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Netizens react violently to new single-passenger ban along EDSA

Whether you re online, listen to the radio, or watch the news, you ve probably heard of the new single-passenger car ban. After being approved last Tuesday by the Metro Manila Council, these vehicles aren t allowed to pass EDSA during rush hours. It is important to note that this will affect driver-only private vehicles. According to MMDA general manager Jojo Garcia, this is going to be implemented because based on data, almost 70 percent of cars that pass through are driver only. Inquirer.net also said,

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