LGUs To Continue NCAP

LGUs To Continue NCAP

In a joint statement, the mayors of the five cities expressed their common stand to continue with the implementation of the NCAP as they vowed to continuously improve infrastructure and road conditions for motorists.

LGUs To Continue NCAP

The joint statement was signed by Valenzuela City Mayor Wes Gatchalian, Parañaque City Mayor Eric Olivarez, Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte, San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora, and Manila Mayor Honey Lacuna.

“As we move forward, the undersigned Local Chief Executives in the exercise of our powers as such in full consideration of the promotion of the general welfare of our respective constituents, shall continue to implement NCAP within our cities,” the mayors said.

According to the mayors, use of the NCAP as approved by their respective city councils have resulted in the following:

  • Minimization of human intervention in traffic enforcement, thereby eliminating corruption
  • Created a culture of discipline among motorists and the improvement of driving behavior
  • Ensured road safety and proven effective in reducing traffic violations and traffic-related accidents.

Earlier this week, four transport groups have petitioned the Supreme Court to scrap the no-contact apprehension policy (NCAP) implemented by five cities in Metro Manila.

In addition, the Land Transportation Office (LTO), together with DOTr Assistant Secretary Teofilo Guadiz III, appealed to the local government units (LGUs) implementing NCAP to suspend and consider reviewing the traffic policy.




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