BTAO intensifies operation vs colorum

THE Bacolod Traffic Authority Office (BTAO) is intensifying its operation against colorum tricycles and vehicles in the city starting March 1.

Superintendent Luisito Acebuche, BTAO head, and Senior Superintendent Francisco Ebreo, officer-in-charge of Bacolod City Police Office (BCPO), met with members and operators of several tricycle associations in the city at the BCPO headquarters on March 1 to inform them about the intensive campaign of BTAO.

Acebuche said their campaign came after getting of permits for vehicles concluded on February 28.

Acebuche said e-trikes and pedicabs are not allowed to pass the national road as they will be sanctioned for "out of route."

Meanwhile, Ebreo asked the cooperation and support of the tricycle drivers in the police’s anti-criminality campaign.

Ebreo urged them to give information to the authorities regarding those involved in crimes and illegal activities in their respective areas. (GYM)
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