Janice Sarad, 22, who works for a bank, rides a crowded bus going to work in Cubao, Quezon City. Photo: Reuters

Manila’s traffic jams are so bad, even President Rodrigo Duterte has been forced to admit failure

  • A 2015 survey by GPS-based navigation app Waze found that Manila had the world’s worst traffic congestion
  • The government has made some headway on an US$180 billion programme to modernise roads, railways and airports
Topic |   The Philippines

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Janice Sarad, 22, who works for a bank, rides a crowded bus going to work in Cubao, Quezon City. Photo: Reuters
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