Written by: Bert Dalida
The operation of “habal-habal,” (motorcycles without franchise that service passengers) has been ordered to be focused upon by the Boracay Land Transport Multi-Purpose Cooperative (BLTMPC).
According to BLTMPC Chairman, Ryan Tubi, their tricycle operation is really affected by “habal-habal.”
He said that “habal-habals,” which do not have a franchise, are even the ones who take in passengers in Boracay.
Meanwhile, a letter was sent by the BLTMPC in the past week to the Municipal Auxiliary Police and Boracay PNP to regulate and catch the so called “illegal transport medium” in the island, specially the “habal-habals.”
Aside from “Habal-habals,” tricycles and drivers of tricycles without franchise, and drivers who ply the streets at night without uniform, have been ordered to be caught.
Translated/Edited by: Rodel J. Abalus