Malinaw ang usapan! Jun Ynares discusses traffic ordinances with trike drivers
Former Antipolo City Mayor Jun Ynares met with officials of tricycle operators and drivers associations (TODA) to discuss the local ordinance concerning their operations.
In a Facebook post, Ynares said it was clear to TODA officials that they cannot charge a passenger the fare for two passengers unless the person came from a transport terminal.
He also reminded them that the fee for getting a new tricycle franchise is only P1,000 while its renewal will only cost P500.
“Kung may nag bayad ng libo-libo sa TODA, minsan ay umaabot pa sa halagang 80 – 100 thousand, yun daw po ay membership fee ng TODA at sa TODA napupunta. Hindi sa City Govt,” Ynares clarified.
Thee former mayor thanked the TODA officials for attending the dialogue with him, even if it meant they were unable to operate their tricycles for about five hours.
“Salamat sa inyong pakikinig, pakikiisa at pakikipagtulungan para maging maayos ang pamamasada ng mga tsuper at mga operators ng lungsod at higit sa lahat mapangalagaan at huwag maabuso ang mga kapwa natin na araw araw sumasakay ng trysikel,” he said.
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