CCTO continues operation against night illegal parking

99 vehicles clamped in Jan 20 operation

By: Brian J. Ochoa - CDN Digital | January 20,2021 - 10:06 AM

Mandaue City, Cebu—The Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO) continued with its operations against night illegal parking around Cebu City on Wednesday, January 20, 2021.

Early Wednesday, the CCTO went around seven northern barangays in the city, where they were able to clamp a total of 99 vehicles for illegal parking.

Here are some of the photos of the operation:

In this photo from the CCTO’s Facebook page, a traffic enforcer puts a clamp on a SUV for illegal parking in one of the streets in Cebu City on Wednesday, January 20, 2021.

Even a passenger bus was not spared from being clamped by CCTO enforcers for illegal parking on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. | photo from CCTO FB page

A multicab was among the illegally parked vehicles that were clamped by CCTO officers on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. | photo from CCTO FB page

According to a Facebook post of the CCTO, the operation stemmed from complaints of residents of the respective barangays about illegally parked vehicles in their areas.

Among the areas where vehicles were clamped at Rahman St./Zapatera, Molave St./Lahug, Rosal, Kamagong St./Lahug, U.P/Lahug, Sunset Drive/Lahug, Toralba St./Lahug, Stephenson /Lahug, Pasteur St./Lahug, Sitio Baka/Lahug, Sitio Mahayahay /Apas Lahug, Ma.Luisa Rd./Banilad, Budlaan Rd. Pit.os/Talamban, North Gen/San Jose, Montesori/San Jose, Mary Immaculate/Talamban, Hiway 77 /Talamban, 6th st./Apas Lahug, A.S Fortuna/Banilad, and J.Panis St./Kasambagan.

Read: CCTO enforcers issue citation tickets to over 5K drivers in 1st half of January 2021

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TAGS: CCTO, Cebu City, Clamping, illegal parking, traffic

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