No ID, No Entry causes traffic mess Print
Sunday, 28 May 2017 13:49

Hundreds of residents have expressed annoyance on the recently implemented No ID, No Entry policy after causing long queues at checkpoints in the city’s entry and exit point.

“This is totally unexpected and an inconvenience to commuters,” said Misael Doglo, Maasin Barangay Captain.

Doglo was on his way to the Zamboanga Polytechnic College to bring five of his constituents to an orientation of the Government Internship Program.

Based on his usual schedule, he reportedly left Maasin at 12:30pm for the 1pm program.

He was however surprised upon seeing a long line of vehicles with its tail fronting the Sinunuc Gallera.

After about two hours in traffic, Doglo’s vehicle merely reached the gate of the La Vista del Mar Resort in Upper Calarian.

“We support the move to secure Zamboanga but I think these things must be studied first. Anyway, Zamboanga is not experiencing serious problems in its security at the moment,” Doglo pointed out.

He expressed concern that the participants he is bringing may not be able to attend the contract signing ceremonies as part of the orientation program for future employment.

“This is too much of a disturbance,” Doglo said. (LAJ)