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LTMO strictly regulates traffic flow during pandemic

Laguna Traffic Management Office
July 28, 2020
 

The Laguna Traffic Management Office (LTMO) continues to fulfil its mandate and performs its mission and functions during the COVID-19 pandemic under the direction and guidance of LTMO Chief Marino A. Garcia.

The LTMO has its hands full, optimizing available resources with the various initiatives continuously being formulated while harnessing the strong involvement of every member of the organization while following the directives of the IATF since Day 1 of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) enforced in Luzon on March 17 until April 30, 2020.

The province went through various stages of quarantine: Extended ECQ , May 1-15; Modified ECQ, May 16-31; General Community Quarantine (GCQ), June 1-15; Modified GCQ, June 16-31; and back to GCQ effective July 1 until today, July 28, 2020.

Through all these, the LTMO persevered in enforcing traffic flow within the province, and helping out members of the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in different Quarantine Control Points (QCP) along the national highways of Laguna from Mondays through Sundays, including holidays.

Such checkpoints were set up in strategic locations within the province as a tool of the government to enforce community quarantine protocols.

During the MGCQ, the traffic situation in Laguna became moderately congested since most of the Lagunenses already returned to work.

Some of the LTMO enforcers are now back to their respective areas of responsibilities to perform their duties and ease the traffic situation, with Chief Garcia always making sure that they are strictly supervised and are properly manning their stations.

(Danika Ana P. Billones-MISO, photos by LTMO/PIO Laguna)