ORANI, Bataan – Metro Bataan Development Authority (MBDA) General Manager Charlie Pizarro said that they have intensified their information campaign for all drivers, passengers and commuters to be more aware of Provincial Ordinance no. 4 – the speed limit for all kinds of vehicles traversing the Roman Superhighway, JJ Linao Road and Jose Abad Santos Avenue (JASA) formerly Olongapo-Gapan road.
Pizarro said that the Governor has a directive that starting April 1, 2017, MBDA has to show intensity in going after those who violate Provincial Ordinance no. 4.
In fact, GM Pizarro said that Governor Abet Garcia announced in a media briefing last Monday, March 20, that the Provincial Government has purchased 3 speed readers to be located in strategic areas that will be used in running after speed violators.
Moreover, GM Charlie said that aside from the speed readers, MBDA will be assisted by experts from the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) and the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), who have signified willingness to train MBDA marshalls on speed limits.
GM Pizarro reminded all commuters and drivers to be more vigilant and aware of the Provincial Ordinance for everyone’s safety.