Issue of August 5, 2018
Mt. Province

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No. coding’s window period to be tested
by PIO release

Baguio City Mayor Mauricio Domogan said that police and traffic officers will be implementing the experimental window period that will be granted to public utility vehicles (PUVs) affected by the city’s number coding scheme to allow students and workers to be ferried to destinations on time.

Domogan said the window period granted to certain groups of PUVs will be from 6 to 9 a.m. only. There will be no window period for PUVs in the afternoon to lessen traffic congestions in the city’s central business district.

“We have to experiment on the approved window time for public utility vehicles covered by the number coding scheme to address the needs of students and workers from the different parts of the city. If that will be effective, we will await the recommendations from traffic management authorities,” Domogan said.

He said the effect of the window period granted to PUVs will be seen in the coming weeks during the opening of classes in the different universities and colleges and private secondary education institutions.

The Traffic and Transportation Management Committee agreed to allow PUVs plying certain routes in the city to ferry residents on certain hours.

The number coding scheme affects residents in some barangays due to the reduction in the number of PUV units servicing them.

The number coding scheme is implemented on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to decongest the CBD.

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