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A bikeable Metro Manila, together.

The first ever Mobility Awards recognizes bike-friendly local governments, commercial establishments, and workplaces in Metro Manila — and challenges others to keep up.

88% of households in Metro Manila don’t own cars. They should be the priority, not the 12 percent who have at least 1 car. Local leaders with the private sector should promote active mobility (walking and cycling) and improve public transport for the majority.

News & Updates

First Mobility Awards hails Pasig, San Juan, Marikina as most bike-friendly cities in NCR

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Delivery companies honor cyclist riders through Mobility Awards

QUEZON CITY, 27 October 2020 - Delivery companies honor their outstanding cyclist riders, naming them as nominees for the Padyak! Power to the People special awards of the Mobility Awards during the second installment of the Moving Towards Mobility webinar series. Representatives from Grab Philippines, Foodpanda Philippines, Gofer, and Padyak

Group lauds efforts of LGUs and private sector towards sustainable urban mobility

QUEZON CITY, October 22, 2020 – To mark World Cities Day this coming October 31, local government chief executives in Metro Manila and a major private entity in the Philippines called for collaborative action in order to establish active mobility in the country’s long-term development strategies. “We must engage

Mobility Awards bares list of first 50 LGUs, workplaces, establishments voted as most bike-friendly in Metro Manila

QUEZON CITY, 09 October 2020 -- Ten cities, 10 workplaces, and 30 commercial establishments (including 19 malls)  have been nominated as the most bike-friendly in Metro Manila for the Mobility Awards, according to organizers. The Mobility Awards aims to help prioritize the needs of the majority of Filipinos who

Categories

Bicycle-Friendly Cities

Cities and municipalities in Metro Manila that actively promote cycling among their communities and constituencies.

Bicycle-Friendly Workplaces

Stand-alone firms, co-working spaces, and mixed office buildings in Metro Manila that provide cycling facilities for their employees and clients.

Bicycle-Friendly Commercial Establishments

Stand-alone stores, restaurants, hotels, and malls in Metro Manila that provide cycling facilities for their workers and customers alike.

This first leg of the Mobility Awards will only consider cities, workplaces, and commercial establishments based in Metro Manila.
With your help, we can hold a nationwide awards afterwards!

We will also be handing out Padyak Champions and People’s Choice special awards – stay tuned for more details!

Criteria

All nominations will be evaluated and ranked according to:

  1. Infrastructure – Presence of physical infrastructure or end-of-trip facilities dedicated to bicycle users (bike racks, storage areas, water stations, changing rooms, showers).
  2. Integration – Programs, policies, and plans that enable cycling, promote safety, and support the well-being of active mobility commuters, promote active mobility among children and youth, promote gender inclusion and sensitivity among commuters, and protect women cyclists from catcalling and harassment.
  3. Implementation – Proper use and maintenance of infrastructure and enforcement of bicycle-friend programs and policies. 

Timeline

  • September 22: Official launch of Mobility Awards
  • October 22: Final day of nominations
  • October 29: Awarding of winners

More announcements coming soon!

LEARN MORE

The mobility revolution is underway.

People in Metro Manila cycle every day. The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority counted over 100,000 cyclists traversing 6 major intersections on EDSA last June, with an average of 4,000 cyclists every day. Even MMDA officials consider the numbers are likely an underestimate, which is why a regular bike count needs to happen, in more locations.

Read more:

Mobility, a feature of democracy? But 88% of Metro Manila is at the losing end

#PHmobility: Active Mobility Survey in Metro Manila

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Photos by AC Dimatatac/ ICSC

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