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Unified traffic ticketing system proposed

Post by R1616 on Sat Dec 18, 2010 6:18 am

TWO lawmakers proposed a unified traffic violation ticketing system to help address Metro Manila’s road traffic problems.

Deputy Majority Leader Roman Romulo (Pasig) and Diwa party-list Representative Emmeline Aglipay proposed House Bill 3748, which seeks to provide a ticketing system that would respect the mandate of national and local government units.


With the passage of the bill, there would be a single traffic violation ticket used and honored all over the country. The ticket may be redeemed and paid in any Land Transportation Office.

“We are absolutely convinced that once enacted, our measure will help ease the enforcement of traffic laws, including those decreed by cities and municipalities, and in the process, help restore order, public safety and sanity to our streets,” the lawmakers said in a statement.

Under the measure, the uniform traffic violation receipt (UTVR) issued to the different traffic enforcement agencies shall be monitored by the LTO.

A license validity (LV) strip is to be attached by the LTO to the driver’s license upon the renewal thereof. The LV strip shall be valid for the same period as the validity of the license.

When a driver is caught for violating traffic rules, the LV strip is to be removed from the license.

The absence of an LV strip on a driver’s license creates a presumption that the driver has a previous traffic violation whose fines or penalties have not yet been satisfied.

Between the LTO and local governments, the bill proposes that penalties collected from the UTVR be allocated as follows: 50 percent to the city or municipality where the driver was apprehended, and 50 percent to the LTO.

Between the LTO and the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) or the Philippine National Police, 70 percent goes to the LTO and 30 percent to the MMDA.(Kathrina Alvarez/Sunnex)

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Re: Unified traffic ticketing system proposed

Post by daR150 on Thu Dec 23, 2010 3:49 am

poging_admin wrote:TWO lawmakers proposed a unified traffic violation ticketing system to help address Metro Manila’s road traffic problems.

Deputy Majority Leader Roman Romulo (Pasig) and Diwa party-list Representative Emmeline Aglipay proposed House Bill 3748, which seeks to provide a ticketing system that would respect the mandate of national and local government units.


With the passage of the bill, there would be a single traffic violation ticket used and honored all over the country. The ticket may be redeemed and paid in any Land Transportation Office.

“We are absolutely convinced that once enacted, our measure will help ease the enforcement of traffic laws, including those decreed by cities and municipalities, and in the process, help restore order, public safety and sanity to our streets,” the lawmakers said in a statement.

Under the measure, the uniform traffic violation receipt (UTVR) issued to the different traffic enforcement agencies shall be monitored by the LTO.

A license validity (LV) strip is to be attached by the LTO to the driver’s license upon the renewal thereof. The LV strip shall be valid for the same period as the validity of the license.

When a driver is caught for violating traffic rules, the LV strip is to be removed from the license.

The absence of an LV strip on a driver’s license creates a presumption that the driver has a previous traffic violation whose fines or penalties have not yet been satisfied.

Between the LTO and local governments, the bill proposes that penalties collected from the UTVR be allocated as follows: 50 percent to the city or municipality where the driver was apprehended, and 50 percent to the LTO.

Between the LTO and the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) or the Philippine National Police, 70 percent goes to the LTO and 30 percent to the MMDA.(Kathrina Alvarez/Sunnex)

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STRONGLY AGREE WITH THIS PROPOSAL. pig


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Re: Unified traffic ticketing system proposed

Post by R1616 on Thu Dec 23, 2010 7:45 am

uu para mabawasan din ang sobrang taas maningil ng mga violation, lalo na sa Bacoor, DTO 1,500... wala naman pag-unlad ang Bacoor, ni hindi nga makabitan ng traffic lights jan sa St. Dominic...


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Re: Unified traffic ticketing system proposed

Post by daR150 on Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:23 pm

billy_d_kidd wrote:uu para mabawasan din ang sobrang taas maningil ng mga violation, lalo na sa Bacoor, DTO 1,500... wala naman pag-unlad ang Bacoor, ni hindi nga makabitan ng traffic lights jan sa St. Dominic...


korek, saka mas maganda yan para centralized ang ticketing.at least mahuli k aman s liblib n lugar(may nanghuhuli b dun hehehe) magagamit mo p din khit san panig ng bansa. hnd ung magagamit mu lng xa if san k nahuli Razz


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