LTO’s ‘Operation H2On’ nets 687 violators in two days PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 18 July 2013 13:47

Operation H2On or Headlight and Helmet On launched by the Land Transportation Office in coordination with the Traffic Police apprehended a total of 687 violators in a short span of 2 nights (July 5-6).

In a report submitted to Mayor Beng Climaco, LTO Regional Director Atty. Aminola Abaton said the operation was an offshoot of the chief executive’s thrusts prioritizing peace and order.

The intensive operations conducted for two straight nights from July 5 to 6 included traffic violations such as non-installation of stop lights, side mirror, headlight and muffler which yielded a total of 181 violators. Non-wearing of helmets also as well as non-wearing of helmets also netted a total of 181 apprehensions.

Other violations included driving without license, driving with expired license, student permit not accompanied by a professional driver, non-carrying of OR/CR, obstruction, colorum, no capacity marking, discourteous driver, No EWD, driving with slippers, no seatbelt and top loading which netted a total of 344 apprehensions.

“The special night operations dubbed “Operation H2On “Headlight and Helmet On, in coordination with the local PNP Traffic Section, was an offshoot of your order to our Operations Division to consider these violations in our routinary roadside law enforcements,” Dir. Abaton stressed.

Abaton assured that his office will continue to implement the campaign to help keep City Streets orderly. — Sheila Covarrubias