DINALUPIHAN Mayor, LTO chief to solve traffic woes

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  • Mar T. S.
  • 8 years ago

   DINALUPIHAN, Bataan- Owing to the dismal failure of a number of top police officials to solve it, no less than the lady mayor here and the Chief of the Land Transportation office (LTO) will now address the deteriorating traffic congestion in this strategic town in Northern  Bataan.

   LTO chief Ronald Dabu said that they had already talked with Mayor Gila S. Garcia about the monstrous traffic jam along the town proper particularly along the market area which is the most busiest portion of the town “and find ways how to decongest it with dispatch.”

   “Mayor Garcia is so concerned about the traffic mess in her town, so we will address it to ensure the smooth flow of traffic here,” said Dabu.

   First, Dabu said that the LTO will conduct seminars to the town’s Marshall and even traffic policemen to teach them on how to properly man and direct traffic ; Second, he said, there should be a rerouting of traffic to decongest the busy streets here; Third, he said, is to have the colurom tricycles be registered  not only for the safety of the operators themselves but also it will help the town’s revenue.

   “Nag ooffer na nga si mayoral Gila ng murang prankisa para makatulong sa mga tricycle operators dahil ini open niya ang franchise sa kanyang bayan. Pagkatapos ng ibinigay na palugit na dalawang buwan sa mga colurom ay manghuhuli na kami, ” pointed out Dabu.

   The LTO chief cited the lady mayor or her being diplomatic in solving problems but “they (Garcias) have the record of not tolerating any illegal and improper activities.”

   A number of chiefs of police had been implemented traffic schemes here but all were failed as the traffic mess did not solve.

   Dabu said that there should also be a pick up and unloading points of the “Padyak”  (manually pedalled tricycle) and they should also be banned from other streets to decongest and ensure a smooth flow of traffic here.

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