In line with the observance of All Saints Day / All Souls Day, the Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP) or the Number Coding Scheme shall be automatically lifted on October 31 and November 1, 2016.
However, in order to further assist commuters going to and from their provinces, Number Coding shall be lifted ONLY for provincial buses on November 2&3, 2016.
Meanwhile, the implementation of the extended Number Coding hours from 7am-8pm as well as the expanded coverage of the "No Window Hours" policy shall take effect starting November 2, 2016. The following roads shall now be covered under the policy:
3. RECTO AVENUE
4. QUIRINO AVENUE
5. ARANETA AVENUE
7. ROXAS BOULEVARD
8. TAFT AVENUE (CALOOCAN)
10. SHAW BOULEVARD
11. ORTIGAS AVENUE
12. MAGSAYSAY BOULEVARD
13. AURORA BOULEVARD
14. QUEZON AVENUE
15. COMMONWEALTH AVENUE
16. A. BONIFACIO AVENUE
17. RIZAL AVENUE
18. DEL PAN
19. MARCOS HIGHWAY
20. MCARTHUR HIGHWAY
21. ALABANG-ZAPOTE ROAD (MUNTINLUPA)
22. SAMSON ROAD
23. A. MABINI STREET (CALOOCAN)
The following vehicles are automatically exempted from the UVVRP per MMDA Memorandum Circular No. 3 Series of 2011:
- Ambulance, fire trucks, police patrol cars, military vehicles with permanent marking indicating the vehicles as such. Ambulance and fire trucks, which are privately owned and properly marked as such, shall likewise be exempted.
- Vehicles commandeered by the government directed by a person in authority/or by a medical practitioner for military relief or emergency purposes.
- Vehicles carrying person/s needing immediate medical attention.
- Diplomatic vehicles with diplomatic plates.
- Government vehicles with government plates or appropriate LTO stickers with permanent markings expressly showing the name of government agency or office, including those vehicles of members of Congress with officially issued LTO Protocol plates while being utilized in the performance of their functions.
- MMDA accredited tow trucks provided that the accreditation papers must be carried and ready for presentation upon request.
- Vehicles on a mission to carry relief goods to identified calamity or highly depressed areas.
- Motorcycles provided that motorcycle drivers are complying with the prescribed motorcycle helmets under the Republic Act 10054.
- Official and marked media vehicles.
Meanwhile, owners / operators of the following vehicles may apply for an exemption from the UVVRP subject to evaluation and approval:
- School buses and company shuttle vehicles
- Unmarked vehicles of media practitioners
- Emergency care doctors
- Persons with disabilities
- Vehicles for perishable goods
- Department of Tourism accredited tourism vehicles