LTO-9’s DLRC earns P1.5M in 1st quarter PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 July 2016 11:46


The Land Transportation Office-9 Driver License Renewal Center at Yubengco Mall in Putik has collected P1,532, 873.57. in revenue from January to June in 2016.

For the month of June alone DLRC earned P 379,387.67.

Hapza Taha-Aspi  disclosed that for the month of June alone  her office suffered  three power outages and four times offline or without internet signal.

Taha-Aspi  said if the proponents of DLRC will provide another computer working station and chance the old one with new, there is a big chance evenue collection will increase.

She said that the cause of offline is power outage that cuts off internet signal in one working station.

Taha-Aspi thanked LTO-9 Director Aminola P. Abaton for his  full support to DLRC which offers convenient services to clients under an airconditioned office, with office supplies and other equipment.

Meanwhile, Regional Law Enforcement Chief Allan Macabangkit has advised operators of public utility bus, PUV, PUJ and other public transport vehicles  in the region to renew their franchise because anytime his office will operate against colorum units under Joint Administrative Order 2014-1.

Macabangkit said the penalities for operating with expired franchise is stiff, hence operators should  follow and obey the law for their own good.

Macabangkit also reminded motorvehicle owners to renew their registration, check their unit accessories and renew their licenses because fines and penalties are also stiff. — Allen Abastillas