Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Complaints against tricycle drivers in Boracay, welcomed by LGU

There are those who have grown tired of repeatedly complaining at the Boracay Transport Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BLTMPC) on the service of tricycles in Boracay.

If you are one of them, then the Transportation office of Malay has an advice for you.

The public can now reach out or raise their complaints at the Office of the Island Administrator and the Municipal Transportation Office itself, said Transportation Officer, Cezar oczon.

Through the mentioned offices, the LGU is now welcoming such complaints, which they will in turn present to the Chief Executive for actions.

According to Oczon, the Chief Executive can send a notice to the BLTMPC to give a disciplinary action to the driver in question.

The Mayor can also notify the MAP to apprehend those drivers who are choosing their passengers and are committing other violations against the public they are giving their service to.

Meanwhile, amidst the issue of tricycle shortage in Boracay, Oczon said that the LGU has no plan of cancelling the color coding scheme yet, adding that the e-trikes are soon to arrive.

He also noted that if they allow all the tricycles to operate, then the island will for sure experience another heavy traffic.

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