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Newly hired LTMO traffic enforcers undergo TDC Training

Laguna Transportation and Management Office
September 2, 2016

     On the 31st of August 2016, Wednesday, Traffic Supervisor Roderick Manalo conducted Traffic Direction and Control Training for LTMO’s nine (9) newly hired traffic enforcers held at the LTMO Office and provincial capitol grounds.  The training was spearheaded by LTMO Chief Apolinar F. Felipe who gave the trainees an inspirational talk.

      “Before you had decided to apply as Traffic Enforcer, you should be sure to yourself that you possess honesty and integrity, without it, you are not worthy of this job,” said Chief Felipe.

     Traffic direction and control, traffic accident investigation, LTMO history, and R.A. 4136 including fines and penalties were discussed during the 3-day seminar and physical training.  The nine newly hired enforcers are now executing their practical training at the Pagsawitan Intersection area of Santa Cruz, Laguna under the supervision of Traffic Supervisor Roderick Manalo. (Article by Maria Iryn C. Panisan, content writer, LTMO)