Baguio preparation

Baguio City - The Baguio City Police Office (BCPO) personnel intensified the implementation of traffic rules and regulations, particularly those on illegally parked and abandoned vehicles along the main roads of the city.

Authorities said this is to clear the thoroughfares from obstructions that would constrict the flow of traffic, in time for the opening of regular classes on Monday, June 3.

Joint operatives of the Traffic Management Branch, Police Stations 5 and 10 of the BCPO conducted traffic enforcement along the Marcos Highway from Sta. Catalina to Dontogan in order to rid the road of illegally parked vehicles, which also pose a serious threat to the safety of motorists, aside from obstructing the smooth flow of traffic.

BCPO director Senior Superintendent Jesus D. Cambay Jr. said that after serving in the midterm election, the BCPO personnel resumed their respective activities in clearing the city's various main roads from any obstruction particularly those vehicle using the road as parking place, repairs shops, and others in order to remove obstructions to vehicular traffic that would delay the travel time of people during the opening of classes.

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