Welcome to the Metro Manila Inclusive Mobility Now Network! This website aims to enable the individuals and organizations who have shown some interest in doing something about mobility, transport, and traffic in Metro Manila to continue working with all of us in exploring and initiating ways of providing enhanced mobility for all.
In this website, we identify mobility, transport, and traffic issues that need to be resolved anywhere in Metro Manila. By encoding these issues, we enable individuals, organizations, communities, and local and national authorities to do something about them. These issues can be linked together to point to larger policy and strategy issues as well that perhaps policy-makers in Sanggunians and Congress can address. The important point is, if we keep talking about but not listing these issues, it would be difficult to transmit them for action, and harder still to find out if anything has been done about them.
Eventually, with all of the issues that we are able to identify, we can go to the regular process of identifying key issues for presentation to authorities such as the MMDA, the DOTC, and DPWH, and the local governments in Metro Manila. We can sign memoranda of agreement with these agencies specifically to conduct a process of identifying and resolving lists of issues that the public identifies and registers.
Report problems and issues such as — illegally parked vehicles, vehicles on sidewalks, open manholes, sewage spilling onto streets, unwalkable sidewalks, broken streetlights, ill-placed transport terminals, live electric wires dangling onto streets, flooded streets, unfinished diggings, poorly constructed intersections, broken traffic lights, unmanned intersections, location of kotong cops and traffic aides, and others.
Visit the links for insutructions on how to use SeeClickFix.com:
Getting Down to Business: Reporting New Mobility Issues for Action using SeeClickFix
1. If an issue has already been posted, vote for it by clicking the Fix It! link. The more votes the better.
2. Promote and share issues via Twitter or Facebook by clicking the Share link.