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San Juan City suspends street pay parking scheme

By: - Reporter / @CMarquezINQ
/ 01:38 PM August 01, 2019

MANILA, Philippines – Pay parking in all streets in San Juan City is suspended starting Monday, August 5, 2019.

In an executive order (EO) signed by San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora on Thursday, pay parking will be prohibited in all streets where parking fees are collected by the San Juan City government or other entities, including:

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·  Annapolis Street

·  Eisenhower Street

·  Club Filipino Avenue

·  Connecticut Street

·  Missouri Street

·  Xavier Street

·  Grant Street

·  Washington Street

·  Madison Street

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·  Pinaglabanan Street (Filoil Flying V Centre)

·  Santolan Road (Filoil Flying V Centre)

Zamora likewise declared all streets in San Juan City as no- parking zones.

Zamora also tasked the city’s Traffic Management and Parking Office, Task Force Disiplina, traffic police and barangay officials to issue traffic citation tickets to violators of the EO.

He also authorized the towing and removal of vehicles obstructing traffic in all city streets.

The EO was issued to comply with President Rodrigo Duterte’s order to clear public roads of obstructions, including illegal vendors.

Zamora previously banned parking along selected roads in Greenhills in San Juan from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. /gsg

READ: San Juan bans parking along select roads in Greenhills

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