December 14, 2016

Pasig City fully implements odd-even scheme

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  • Vehicles plowing through selected roads of Pasig City will need to adhere to the city’s odd-even scheme starting December 12 or be slapped with a P500 fine.

    A media advisory posted on the Pasig Command Center Facebook page confirmed the full implementation of the odd-even scheme in Pasig City. Areas affected by the odd-even scheme include F. Legazpi Bridge in Brgy. Maybunga, Greenwoods and Sandoval Avenue in Pinagbuhatan, and San Guillermo in Brgy. Buting.

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    MEDIA ADVISORY FROM PASIG COMMAND CENTER

    The city’s odd-even scheme will span the entire week, with vehicles whose plates end in 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 not being allowed to use the affected roads on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Vehicles with plates ending in 2, 4, 6, 8, and 0 will not be allowed to used the affected roads every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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    ROADS AFFECTED BY ODD-EVEN SCHEME

    Implementation of the odd-even scheme will start at 6:00 am and end at 10:00 pm. No window hours were mentioned in the media advisory. Exceptions, however, were made for private vehicles ferrying students to schools according to a reply on Pasig City Mayor Bobby Eusebio’s Facebook page.

    The media advisory has been met with ire by netizens who either live or work in Pasig City and pass by the affected roads. Most of them have asked for window hours, a period of time during the day when the new traffic management scheme will be lifted. Some of them are asking for route maps, which the city has not yet provided as of press time.

    Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer, Pasig Command Center (Pasig C3) Facebook page, Bobby Eusebio Facebook page

    Recent Comments

    A younger leader more open minded is what pasig needs . But malabo yan 🙁

    Anonymous
    a week ago

    Bobo kang blogger ka! Lahat ng sasakyan hindi makakadaan sa areas na yan every Saturday? Check mo ulit yung sinulat mo sa kabobohan mo, MWFSat at TThSatSn may coding ka. Tanga tanga ka!

    Anonymous
    5 months ago

    May katangahan gumawa ng article na ito. Inamin nung una na mistake daw niya ang pagkakasulat na pati Sunday ay may coding. Kung papansinin ninyo ang kabobohan ng gumawa ng article, sa kanya “1 3 5 7 9 not being allowed to use the affected roads on MWFSSn and 2 4 6 8 0 will not be allowed to “USED” the affected roads on TThSSn. Totally different sa advisory ng Pasig Command. Sabi ng Pasig puwede pero sabi ng bobong gumawa ng article hindi raw puwede. Napaka tanga! Pati sa grammar bobo rin. Mag balik aral ka sa proper usage ng tenses. Bobo! Nililito mo mga tao!

    Anonymous
    5 months ago

    This implementation will just give another issue to motorist? for me i think all PUV’s must have only designated areas of loading/unloading and all violators will be punish by law. In this case we can minimize the clog of some roads being occupied by PUV’s stopping for loading and unloading. And every intersection there should be traffic lights that will be interconnected to nearby traffic lights to make the circulation far way better and of course there should be traffic enforcer along with it to take on to custody who ever not following traffics rules.

    Anonymous
    7 months ago

    How about during holidays and special non-working holidays?

    Anonymous
    7 months ago

    Sorry my mistake allowed in Sunday.

    Anonymous
    10 months ago

    All coding in Sunday?

    Anonymous
    10 months ago
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