Police seeks schools' help in traffic management Print
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 11:15

Authorities have requested the cooperation of schools to help manage the flow of traffic, which is expected to increase as thousands of students return for the opening of classes.

“As part of the community...debe sila dale di ila share tambien na traffic. Hinde pwede el PNP and city lang hace. We need their assistance also,” said Police Chief Inspector Albert Sta. Teresa, Deputy commander of Police Station 11 during the press conference Monday, June 5.

Sta. Teresa also confirmed that the one-way traffic scheme in the City remains in effect.

“El de aton trafico, maintain quita con el de aton trafico one-way,” he said.

Additional personnel have been deployed to schools and areas of congestion to man traffic flow. Designated loading and unloading areas for students have also been identified and marked with signage, Sta. Teresa said.

Sta. Teresa further remarked that their office has not received any requests to amend or adjust the one-way traffic scheme in light of the opening of classes.

“So far, este de aton implementacion amo ya este the best ya pwede hace, el tiene kita problem ki si el maga driver, el maga dueño, no hay disciplina,” Sta. Teresa said. (Jasmine Mohammadsali/PR)