Paranaque City Mayor Edwin Olivarez signed Resolution No. 16-057 which states that the number coding scheme will be back in effect starting October 1, 2016.
The said resolution lifts the suspension of the Unified Vehicle Reduction Program (UVVRP), commonly known as the number coding scheme, which was passed last July 2006.
Olivarez signed the resolution to re-implement the number coding scheme in Paranaque due the “increase in the volume of traffic,” which he deemed “has become unacceptable.”The resolution also stated that Maynilad, a water service provider, is “repairing certain pavements along Dr. A. Santos Avenue, among others.” In addition, utility companies are expected to do repair and maintenance works in the entire city of Paranaque.
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