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MMDA to release traffic violator database on May 3


Motorists can check database on Google Spreadsheet

Feeling a little anxious after over two weeks since the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) fully implemented the No Contact Apprehension Policy (NCAP)? Fret no more, because the agency is set to open up an online database listing down motorists who've been caught by their cameras violating traffic rules and regulations.

On May 3, 2016, the MMDA will launch 'Na-HuliCam Ka Ba?' which is part of the government's effort to promote transparency.

The online database is a Google Spreadsheet that will allow motorists to view the plate number of vehicles, including location, date, time, the traffic violation committed and the action taken by the MMDA.


'Na-HuliCam Ka Ba?' is the MMDA's response to the clamor of motorists for an easy and quick way of checking if they've been cited for a traffic violation.

This way, motorists can verify with the agency and immediately contest the charges if they feel that they were wrongly accused when the summon arrives.

Currently, the MMDA has listed down 4,000 violations committed since the NCAP was implemented on April 15, 2016.

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