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LTO Office ECQ/Holy Week Schedule: See What Offices Are Closed

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If it wasn’t obvious already, several Land Transportation Office (LTO) offices will be closed during the holy week, and through the new ECQ. The LTO just announced that its main office, together with several regional offices, district offices, and Driver’s License Renewal Offices (DLROs) will be closed in observance of the Holy Week and to better comply with the stricter Enhanced Community Quarantine (EQC).

 

LTO Branches And Offices Closed During Holy Week/ECQ

  • LTO Central Office and NCR East regional office
  • NCR West Regional Office
  • Manila Licensing Center
  • Manila North District Office
  • Manila South District Office
  • Manila East District Office, Manila West District Office
  • Pasay City Licensing Center and Pasay District Office
  • Public Utility Vehicle Registration Extension Office
  • South Motor Vehicle Inspection Center
  • Muntinlupa District Office
  • Las Piñas District Office
  • Las Piñas Licensing Extension Office
  • Makati District Office
  • Parañaque District Office
  • Malabon District Office
  • Navotas Extension Office
  • Kalookan Licensing Extension Office
  • Caloocan District Office
  • Ayala MRT Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • Robinson’s Manila Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • Lucky Chinatown Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • Robinson’s Las Pinas Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • SM Manila Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • Araneta Square Mall Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • Metro Point Driver’s License Renewal Office
  • SM Mall of Asia Driver’s License Renewal Office

All LTO office operations will resume once again on April 5, 2021, after the end of the ECQ and Holy Week. Said date is not final and is subject to change as LTO may deem necessary. The closing of LTO offices will lessen non-essential travels during the new COVID-19 surge that NCR and its surrounding provinces are currently experiencing. The Government wants us to stay at home this Holy Week, so it’s a good idea to adjust your schedule accordingly.  Let’s help reduce the spread of Covid-19. Stay home, stay safe, and save lives.

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