Mandaue traffic chief asks public to honor bus stops
CEBU CITY, Philippines—The executive director of the Traffic Enforcement Agency of Mandaue (TEAM), Atty. Jamaal Calipayan, is asking the public to honor bus stops as the city prepares for the new
Unya usa ni sa atongnakita nga maka hatag og maayong transportation dinhi sa dakbayan sa Mandaue. Gani, dili ni sa Mandaue lang as far as Cebu, Lapu-Lapu ug Consolacion nya Lilo-an,” he said.(We need to follow the rules set by the IATF. The buses are one of the best options to give good public transportation here in Mandaue City. Actually these buses will is not just limited within Mandaue City but can go as far as Cebu, Lapu-Lapu, Consolacion and Lilo-an.)
The buses will only carry fifty percent of its original capacity, which is around 25 persons per trip. Bus trips start at 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.“So expected nga ubay ubay gyug pasahero kay ubay ubay naman sad nga mga negosyo ang atong gi ablihan kay mao lage kinahanglan ato sang balansihon ang panginabuhi sa atong mga ka igso-unan kani usa ni sa pag pangandam nga atong gipa higayon dinhi sa local government sa dakbayan sa Mandaue,” said the mayor.
(It is expected that there will be quite a number of passengers today knowing that more businesses are open again. We need to put a balance between their livelihood, this is one of the preparations made by our local government unit here in Mandaue City.)
Quarantine passes will still be required for those going to the groceries or markets while essential workers only need to present company IDs or any document that can support their travel to ensure safety and to still limit the movement of the people in the city. /bmjo
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