"I'm very, very impressed that the MMDA has this and everything is going digital, and people can actually get caught and sent their ticket at home," he gushed. "So this is really cool."
"Congratulations to the MMDA. This is really awesome."
This was Matteo Guidicelli’s reaction when he learned that his driver got caught violating the yellow-lane rule via the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority’s (MMDA) no-contact apprehension policy.
He was more amused and impressed than irritated that he shared on Instagram Stories on Tuesday the ticket he received in the mail together with the photo of when the violation happened. He said he has to pay P650.00.
The no-contact apprehension policy, which utilizes CCTV cameras to capture traffic violations have been in place since last year.