LTO constructs P4-M building PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 April 2014 11:55

The Land Transportation Office-9 (LTO-9) is currently constructing a P3-million building intended for its operations center and has allocated P1 million more for the improvement of the  licensing division office in this city.

LTO-9 Director Aminola Abaton said the P3-million budget for the construction of the operations center building was allotted by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC) while the P1 million for the  construction of the second floor  of the licensing  division was drawn from  LTO-9 funds.

Abaton said the building when completed will be of great help to them in extending vital prompt services to its clientele.

He added that the licensing  division building needs a second level space to address the increasing number of people securing driver’s license.

Innovation and improvement of LTO-9  office in this city will continue, he said, adding  that a public  rest room will also be constructed inside the LTO compound  to serve its clientele.

Abaton said more infrastructure projects are on his  list and will be implemented one after the other all geared towards making satisfactory services to clientele.

“We are doing these  renovation and innovations to  also give our personnel a good working  atmosphere while rendering services to our  people in this city,” Abaton said.

It was also learned that renovations and improvement of  LTO buildings in all district offices in the region were also undertaken last year through the initiatives of Abaton.

Abaton has been hailed here as one of the best LTO directors who has  introduced many major changes in infrastructures and personnel development. — Nonoy E. Lacson