THE legal section of the Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO) filed in May 2021 a total of 88 cases against violators who failed to pay their traffic citation tickets.
The same office also filed a case against a violator who illegally removed and hid the clamp attached to their vehicle. The violator was already arrested by the Mobile Patrol Group of the Cebu City Police Office.
CCTO recorded 14,009 violations in May 2021, which is less than the 15,737 violations recorded in April 2021.
CCTO also impounded 440 motorcycles, 97 ebikes, 42 tricycles, 24 private vehicles, 16 trucks, and two trisikad in May. Its day and night operations also clamped 731 vehicles.
Common violations include lack of registration, lack of license, and disregarding traffic signs.
READ: Cebu City records nearly 16,000 traffic violations in April
CCTO urged violators to settle their citation tickets immediately to avoid cases being filed against them.
The CCTO office is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (NRC, PR)