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Policemen own ‘colorum’ vehicles


03:23 AM March 12th, 2012

March 12th, 2012 03:23 AM

Attention, Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board. There are a lot of “colorum” FX taxis in Parañaque City. They sport green plates and almost all of them are being driven by policemen.—Annie, 32, Parañaque City

Enforcers blamed for traffic

The traffic enforcers in front of SM Molino in Cavite are violating traffic rules themselves by allowing counterflow traffic, adding to the problem in the area. This system also breeds undisciplined drivers.—Del Rey, Bacoor, Cavite

Stink from dump irks resident

It’s more fun in the Philippines because the Taytay, Rizal, dump stinks!—Jay Vargas, Angono, Rizal

Bus lane turned into parking area

The bus lane in front of the Iglesia ni Cristo compound on Commonwealth Avenue has been used as a parking lot for a very long time.—Rolando Aleido, North Fairview, Quezon City

Traffic light needs to be repaired

The traffic light at the corner of Banawe and NS Amoranto has not worked for more than three months.—Mike, 51, Quezon City

PNR should enforce segregation policy

I am tired of seeing fit and able policemen riding in Philippine

National Railways (PNR) train couches assigned to women, senior citizens and persons with disabilities.—Adelle Batula, Upper Bicutan, Taguig City

Not student-friendly

Masaya and Maharlika Streets in Quezon City are being used for parking by jeepneys, blocking the flow of traffic for children and their parents on their way to school.—Ton Fortes, Claret School, Quezon City

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