Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Colorum PUV Owners Beware: Dagupan Gov't After Your Scalp

The Public Order and Safety Office personnel has netted nearly 70 units of colorum and without decal tricycles in its bid to rid the entire city of these illegal vehicles that impede traffic along the main thoroughfare of the city.
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POSO Chief Carlito Ocampo created an operational plan dubbed as ‘Oplan Zero Colorum’ to apprehend all tricycles operating within the city without franchise / decal stickers.
“During our ‘Oplan Zero Colorum’ our personnel has netted nearly 70 units of tricycle and subsequently impounded at the City Plaza” Ocampo added.
Ocampo said the POSO intends to continue its anti-colorum and out-of-line operations without let up anduntil such time that not a single illegal vehicle is plying along City main thoroughfare.
“We are determined not only to minimize, but to put a stop to the traffic problems caused by these colorum vehicles, which if left unattended will further cause more headaches to the general public and the authorities,” Ocampo said.
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Colorum operation carries a fine of P1, 000 for 1st offense, P3, 000 for 2nd offense and 5000 for 3rd offense with a P400/day impounding fee.
Ocampo also encourage all stake-holders and commuting public to patronize tricycles with franchise decal stickers and to report traffic violators to POSO hotline (075 5291632) or via our POSO Dagupan FB page. (DCH)

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