TEAM clarifies statement on terminals

July 29,2016 - 04:28 PM

The Traffic Enforcement Agency of Mandaue (TEAM) issued an official statement Friday morning clarifying the details about loading and unloading of passenger jeepneys on the road amid a backlash in social media.

TEAM head Glen Antigua clarified in a video released by the Mandaue City Public Information Office’s Facebook page that the passenger jeepneys are still allowed to load and unload passengers on designated jeepney stop bays but not on illegal jeepney terminals.

Sa may D.M. Cortes (formerly Plaridel St.) – which is from Lapu-lapu – naa dira ang mag illegal terminal (that is where the illegal terminals are),” Antigua said in a video posted by the Mandaue PIO.

Ang atong na desisyonan is why not adto na lang sila sa mga (what is decided is why should they not use the) legal terminals.” he said. Among the current legal terminals that Mandaue City have are at Pacific Mall, JCentre Mall, and Parkmall.

Antigua’s statement drew negative comments from netizens based in Mandaue City, who said they had to walk straight to the terminals which are far from their homes.

His clarification video can be found at www.facebook.com/MandauePIO.OFFICIAL /USJ-R Intern Rabboni Borbon

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