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(From Philippine Daily Inquirer)
Byline: Tarra V. Quismundo
IN THE MIDST OF HEAVY METRO traffic, they alone continue to move, sliding in and out of the narrow spaces in between vehicles.
But luck may soon run out for the so-called habal-habal, private motorcycles being used as public transport, which are increasingly becoming popular among commuters who must fly to their destination.
Worried about the dangers it may pose to the commuting public, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has begun a crackdown on these illegal motorcycles-for-hire, the agencys traffic chief said yesterday.
There is a need to put them …