Skyway: a dangerous highway?

Three public buses and one shuttle bus have fallen off the Metro Manila Skyway since 2011. It’s high time we determined, once and for all, why the elevated highway is so deadly.



Dinna Louise C. Dayao participated in the 2016 Bloomberg Initiative-Global Road Safety Media Fellowship implemented by the WHO, the Department of Transportation, and VERA Files. She completed the Global Road Safety Leadership Course in March 2017 organized by the Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit, Global Road Safety Partnership, and Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety. Dayao's road safety reporting has also been supported by a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.

This story was produced under the Bloomberg Initiative Global Road Safety Media Fellowship implemented by the World Health Organization, Department of Transportation and VERA Files.

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