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How to pay MMDA traffic violation tickets online

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Getting an MMDA ticket for a traffic violation is already pretty bad, but what’s worse is having to go through the hassle of paying for it. Thankfully, there are several easy ways of how to pay for your MMDA ticket, many of which can be done online, all in the comfort of your own home. 

With just a few taps on your phone, you can skip the lines and pay for your MMDA ticket immediately and conveniently. Read on to find out how you can pay for your MMDA ticket in GCash, PayMaya, Landbank, and more. 

What is an MMDA ticket? 

A Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) ticket, or an Ordinance Violation Receipt, is issued to somebody who is caught violating one of MMDA’s ordinances. Aside from traffic violations, an MMDA ticket can also be issued to somebody caught littering or jaywalking. 

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An MMDA ticket will include the following details: 

  • OVR Number (ex. MM00-1234567-8)
  • Violation
  • Violation Code
  • Clearance Fee

Make sure to take note of these details, as they will be necessary when you pay for your ticket through different payment channels. 

How to check which traffic violation you committed and the fine

To double-check which traffic violation you need to pay for, simply go to this official MMDA document to see all the codes and penalties for a corresponding offense.

How to pay for your MMDA fine online 

Pay MMDA Ticket in GCash 

The convenience fee for this transaction is Php 12.00, which is paid on top of your traffic violation fine. 

1. Open your GCash app and from the menu, tap the “Pay Bills” option. 

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2. Under Biller Categories, select “Government” and search for “MMDA”.

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3. Enter all the necessary information, which you can find on your MMDA ticket/OVR. Tap “Next”.

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4. On the next page, review your payment information and tap “Confirm”. 

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5. Once you have paid your fine, take a screenshot of your e-receipt should it be necessary. 

Pay MMDA Ticket in PayMaya

The convenience fee for this transaction is Php 12.00, which is paid on top of your traffic violation fine.

1. Open your PayMaya app and from the menu, tap “Government.”

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2. Select “MMDA” from the options. 

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3. Enter all the necessary information, which you can find on your MMDA ticket/OVR. Tap “Next.”

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4. On the next page, review your payment information and tap “Confirm”. 

5. Once you have paid your fine, take a screenshot of your e-receipt should it be necessary. 

Pay MMDA Ticket in Landbank Link.BizPortal 

The convenience fee for this transaction is Php 15.00, which is paid on top of your traffic violation fine.

1. Visit the Landbank Link.BizPortal website and click “Pay Now.”

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2. Choose “Metropolitan Manila Development Authority” from the Merchant List. Alternatively, you can search for it directly through the search bar. 

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3. On the next page, select the transaction type (i.e. “Traffic Violation”). Click “Continue”.

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4. Enter all the necessary information, which you can find on your MMDA ticket/OVR. You also need to enter your email address where your receipt will be sent.  

5. Choose your preferred mode of payment. You can pay via Landbank or most other major banks supported by Bancnet or PCHC Paygate (except BDO).

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6. Enter the CAPTCHA challenge and tick the Terms and Conditions box. Click “Continue”. 

7. On the next page, review your payment information. Enter your ATM account information, email address, as well as the one-time password (OTP) you received via SMS. 

If the transaction was successful, a payment confirmation receipt will be displayed. 

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Other Ways to Pay for Your MMDA Ticket 

Pay directly at the MMDA Redemption Center 

You may choose to pay directly at the MMDA Redemption Center located at the MMDA Building, EDSA cor. Orense St., Guadalupe Nuevo in Makati. Aside from your payment, make sure to bring photocopies of your driver’s license and your MMDA ticket/OVR should they be necessary.  

For less hassle, the MMDA is encouraging the use of online payment channels like GCash and PayMaya for paying traffic violation tickets instead of going to offline payment centers. 

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Pay via different payment centers 

Aside from paying for your ticket at the MMDA Redemption Office, you can also head to different payment centers, such as: 

  • Bayad Centers 
  • SM Bills Payment
  • LBC 

Make sure to bring your MMDA ticket/OVR and your payment, and that all the information on your payment form is accurate.  

How do I know if I have an MMDA traffic violation ticket? 

Traditionally, tickets are issued by MMDA Traffic Enforcers when they physically catch and apprehend traffic violators. 

However, MMDA is also developing its “No Contact Traffic Apprehension” policy, which uses CCTVs and other technologies to capture images and videos of vehicles that violate traffic laws. 

When you are caught via the “No Contact Traffic Apprehension” policy, you will receive your MMDA ticket through the email address registered to your license plate or driver’s license. 

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Additionally, you can easily check if you have committed any traffic violations through MMDA’s May Huli Ba? website. You only need to enter your plate number, and the website will display the details of the violation/s committed, if any.                             

What happens if I don’t pay for my MMDA ticket? 

You need to pay for your MMDA ticket within 7 days after you’ve received the notice, whether through e-mail or through a physical ticket. 

If you don’t pay for your ticket, or if you pay for it late, your vehicle plate number will be put in an Alarm List and reported to the LTO with a request that your vehicle registration and driver’s license not be renewed until you’ve settled all of your penalties and fines. 

While getting issued an MMDA ticket may not be the greatest feeling, paying for it can be a breeze when you go through online payment channels like GCash, PayMaya, Landbank, and payment centers. Save yourself from future troubles by quickly paying for your MMDA ticket through these easy and convenient methods. 

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