Metro Manila

In urban areas, very year population increases same with vehicle owners that results to traffic problems, it became worse that it considered as major conflicts in the areas because it affects the economic stability and leads to lower improvement. It is not impossible that in the near future traffic may increase tremendously because of how population and vehicle owners are growing. In this research that we conducted, we provided information about the situation and give them ideally the purpose that may help them. Provided that all of those information are gathered in books, newspapers and online resource.

Gridlock written by Gridlock Tooled, Advance Traffic Control Systems by Sustain A. Caroline, Local Traffic by Julia Ruche, Traffic by Tom Vanderbilt and Struck in Traffic by Anthony Downs are books that we used for the statistics about our topic that provides efficient and trusted information. In the Manila City, Philippines it has a mass number Of residents that used to travel via motorcycle, busses, jeepers, cars and other transportation vehicle, it takes time to get in the area not because it is far but because of the traffic in the specific areas.

The research aims to evaluate of how much does traffic affect he citizens and to give information about the current stage that is happening in the area. The traffics in urban areas is caused by the improper management and lack of official that officiating the flow of the vehicles. Traffic as big problem in the community that is caused by the community itself, we encountered too many problems why it caused traffic. It can be avoided, provided that the official will work for it.

Our transportation in Manila may be uncomfortable because of the traffic, but looking for the best solution and considering the benefit of it, a bright future will not be impossible. B. Effects of Number/Color Coding System to the traffic Statement of the problem General: This study aims to find out the effects of number/color coding system to the traffic. This study also aims to answer the following specific questions: 1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of: 1. 1 Age 1. 2 Gender 1. 3 Educational Attainment 2. Do you think that the number/color coding is effective? 3.

In what way does number/color coding system affect traffic? 4. What are the problems encountered? 5. What are the possible/remedial solutions to the identified problems? C. Significance of the Study Commuters. This research would be able to help people who always commute. With such details they will be able to know the places that always encounter traffic. Drivers. Drivers would benefit on this research because they will be able to make use of the information that the researchers would gather. With the information that we were able to gather they will be able to look for alternative routes. Traffic Officers.

The information that the researchers will be able to gather will inform the traffic officers the places that always encounter traffic are. Also they will know if the color coding/ number coding is really effective. D. Scopes and Limitations: The respondents will be the commuters and the drivers. We, the researchers would also like to focus on drivers who are drives during the day because most of the traffic happens during working hours. Also the experiment will only be conducted on Metro Manila. E. Materials and Methods In order to gather helpful data for the research paper, the researchers conducted a survey in a questionnaire form.

The questionnaire has two parts; the first part focuses on the profile of the respondents and the second part focuses about the problems about traffic in Metro Manila and the possible lotions about it. The respondents were given the freedom to choose the answers which they think are the best for them. The researchers corner up with such questionnaires mainly because it concerns the traffic that they experience in Metro Manila daily. And by this, providing or synthesizing solutions and reasons behind its problems it’s adequately made easier.

The questions were based from internet articles which tackle about traffic problems. Respondents Forty (40) random people were chosen as the respondents of the survey specifically the students from University of Santos Tomato (CIST), University of he East (U ), Centre Secular University (JUICE); public commuters and employees who Commute Or drive. The respondents Were randomly selected. For the researchers believe that they are the most knowledgeable about the research topic and can give an insight regarding the problems and possible solutions of the research topic.

F. Definition of Terms Defensive driver. A safe driver; follow the road rules. Rush hour. A specific time of a day wherein traffic is usually at its peak. Bottleneck. A road where all the forks combine into one, resulting into heavy traffic in that spot. MAD. Metropolitan Manila Development Authority POP- public utility vehicles.