THE Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO) recorded 15,737 traffic violations in April 2021.
This is 5,603 less than in March when the traffic citations issued to violators reached 21,340.
From January to April, traffic violations reached nearly 60,000, according to the CCTO.
READ: CCTO apprehends 21,000 traffic violators in March
In April, common violations included stopping at “No stopping anytime” signs, parking on the sidewalk, and carrying an expired registration and expired license, among others.
The CCTO impounded 211 motorcycles, 16 e-bikes, six pedicabs, one tricycle, six public utility jeepneys, 16 dump trucks and 10 Elf trucks.
The office also clamped 522 vehicles during its day and night operations.
On its Facebook page, the CCTO reminded the public to obey traffic signs and rules and avoid obstructing roads and sidewalks. (NRC)