Traffic violations earn LTO-9 half a million Print
Tuesday, 24 July 2018 13:16

The Land Transportation Office-9 (LTO-9) district office in Dipolog City has earned revenues amounting to P 498,509.92  from law enforcement operations against erring motorists.

District Officer Nurdini G. Laja has disclosed that the revenue collection was exclusively taken from colorum motor vehicles and other violations from the month of April to the second week of July, 2018.

According to Laja, there are still colorum motor vehicles consisting of a mini-bus, two vans, a public utility jeepney and several trucks with expired registration papers which are impounded at his office.

Laja explained that the owners of the impounded colorum motor vehicles have difficulty taking their units back  because of the steep fines and penalties.

“We will continue the operations against colorum for the safety of passengers and accident prevention. Our priority and concern here is the safety and protection of people, ” Laja pointed-out. (Allen Abastillas)