When talk of MMDA’s No Contact Apprehension Policy came into play, one of the many questions everyone was asking was — “How do I know if I have been caught so I can contest it?”
The MMDA addressed the issue early this morning by launching a website, mayhuliba.com, where you can now check whether or not the MMDA thinks you’ve been a bay boy or girl on the roads they’re monitoring. It couldn’t be simpler too. All you have to do is type in your plate number and the site will tell you if you have to march over to the MMDA within 7 days to contest the call or that you’ve survived the day without incident. If you do get a hit, the website will list down the type of violation you’ve been flagged with, location, plus the time and date it was committed.
Sadly, as of writing this, the site is running into some issues. Whether if it loads at all or loads correctly, it’s mostly likely due to the influx of traffic the site is experiencing. Yes, folks, pati sa Philippine websites — traffic pa rin ang problema.
Kidding aside, we do hope that the MMDA looks into this matter and we do have to give them credit for giving us a way to track possible violations. Also, kudos to the creative team behind the website as well. You might be there to check if you have to pay a fine, but they’ve made it simple and fun; even having Ramon Bautista write some of the responses to your search.