3 city government offices cited

THE Davao City Council lauded the initiative of three city government offices to implement "experimental scheme aimed at segregating loading and unloading zones for public utility transports" here.

The City Council recognized the effort of the City Mayor's Office (CMO), City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) and City Transportation and Traffic Management Office (CTTMO) in Tuesday's regular session.

The city has implemented the experimental loading and unloading segregation scheme along Pichon Street and along Mc. Arthur Highway, Tuesday, in a bid to address the road and traffic congestion in the city.

Committee on ethics and good government chair councilor Jesus Melchor Quitain Jr. said the loading and unloading segregation scheme, which involves public utility vehicles, is timely to alleviate the traffic issue here.

"I encouraged the people to follow the new scheme being implemented because it is the only way we could alleviate or lessen the traffic woes here in our city, if we have proper loading and unloading zones," Quitain said.

CPDO head Ivan Cortez said the violators who will then be caught would be reprimanded but no ticket citation will be implemented as it is still experimental. (ICT)


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