Thursday, October 16, 2014

SB Malay proposed reduction of service vehicle of hotels and resorts in Boracay

Posted October 16, 2014
Written by Jay-ar M. Arante

SB Malay has proposed reduction of service of hotels and resorts vehicles in Boracay.

This is what the Sangguniang Bayan of Malay sees to relieve the heavy traffic flow on the island which has been discussed, Tuesday, during the 32nd regular SB Session under the Calendar of Business for 2nd reading.

Based on his proposal, SB Member and Chairman of the Committee on Laws Rowen Aguirre said that he wants that a small resort should only have one unit of vehicle, while in the medium resort with 50 or 100 hotel rooms should have three to six units and four to eight units for large resorts.

It can be pointed out that many establishments on the island have service vehicles that cause heavy traffic flow, a reason for the LGU Malay to act upon.

Aside from vehicles of resorts and hotels, SB Malay is also planning to regulate private vehicles in Boracay based on the municipal traffic ordinance.

Meanwhile, said issues were rescheduled to be discussed next week also to determine the council’s decision for Aguirre's proposal for implementation.

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