The Inside Man
Column on the ins and outs of the motoring world presented in well-written articles and essays.
Without argument, reducing toll plaza stops and simplifying toll collecting and ticketing greatly reduces motorist inconvenience.
posted April 27, 2015 16:43 by Tito F. Hermoso
What the 4 hour benchmark shows us is that with progress, we have to keep moving apace just to keep travel times from worsening.
posted April 22, 2015 18:27 by Tito F. Hermoso
Fans of the Baguio's cool climate can soon say good bye to the agonizing 7 hours it takes to get there from Manila.
posted April 13, 2015 16:55 by Tito F. Hermoso
SUA or sudden unintended acceleration has been a motor vehicle problem ever since the time a homo sapien had to be in charge to operate the controls of a car.
posted March 30, 2015 15:00 by Tito F. Hermoso
Just as chieftains bask in the glory of success by their serfs and underlings, they too must be held to book when the script turns out not as advertised.
posted March 13, 2015 19:01 by Tito F. Hermoso
Since traffic is as inevitable as economic growth, one-way circulatory systems have proven effective in moving traffic along routes plagued by thrombosis.
posted March 13, 2015 11:59 by Tito F. Hermoso
It's a rule, almost instinctive, anywhere one sees those fluorescent pentagonal signs that warn of a public school zone.
posted March 02, 2015 14:04 by Tito F. Hermoso
A watchlist on proposed infrastructure projects that aim to improve transport and trade.
posted February 23, 2015 11:09 by Tito F. Hermoso
It may well be from an unlikely source, but Hollywood can teach our traffic managers a few tried and true valuable lessons.
posted February 16, 2015 12:58 by Tito F. Hermoso
Daang Matuwid has, whether by design or accident, produced genuine and recognizable real economic growth; the kind that anyone can reach even if it doesn't touch everyone.
posted February 09, 2015 12:59 by Tito F. Hermoso
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