The Davao Metro was the safest in the nation for the first time in 2017, according to an investigation conducted by local news site Rappler.com.
The city’s subway system, which opened in February 2017, has been hailed as a game-changer for the economy.
But the Metro’s safety record has been questioned since the government began issuing tickets for reckless drivers last September.
The investigation also found that the Metro has not been keeping tabs on the drivers who are driving dangerously and causing accidents, leaving the public with the impression that the safety is not monitored.
The Metro has since expanded its fleet of driverless cars and is looking to deploy them in the city.
However, the Metro continues to have the highest number of accidents per capita among the country’s largest metros.
In 2016, Metro Manila had 553,200 fatal crashes involving more than 1,500 people, or 2.9 percent of all deaths in the Philippines.
That is a rate that equates to a 1.5 percent annual increase in fatal crashes, according the Philippines National Transportation Authority (PNTA).
In its report, Rappler highlighted the Metro as one of the most dangerous metro systems in the world, with more than 60 percent of its drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs, as well as drug-related traffic accidents.
The Metro’s drivers are often seen as the people who caused the most injuries.
The agency also noted that the drivers of the Metro, especially those with the highest alcohol and drug consumption, are often caught at the scene of a fatal crash.
Despite this, the report noted that there are some improvements being made to improve the safety of Metro Manila.
According to the report, there is a “new culture of safety” that is beginning to permeate the Metro.
It noted that most Metro drivers are aware of the fact that the metro is supposed to be a safe system and they are also becoming more responsible.
In a recent video, Mayor Joseph Estrada expressed his hope that the city would be able to eliminate the deadly traffic accidents that take place at Metro Manila’s busiest stations, adding that the first step would be to start issuing tickets to people who are drunk.
“I know we have to start with drivers who have been sober for the past three years,” Estradada said.
“I’m not saying stop, I’m saying take a little bit of a break.
Let’s start with a drink.”