TNVS operators, drivers stage protest caravan vs ‘no contact apprehension’

TNVS operators, drivers stage protest caravan vs ‘no contact apprehension’

A group of Transport Network Vehicle Services (TNVS) operators and drivers hold placards in their protest caravan at the Boys Scout Circle on Timog Ave Quezon City on Monday (06 September 2021) in conjunction with the City Council’s third reading of the city’s ‘No Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP)’ ordinance they strongly believe to bring higher fines and penalties.

The group later conducted a transport caravan to seek a dialogue with QC Mayor Joy Belmonte about the issue.
The ordinance intends to change QC’s existing traffic code by placing cameras on 15 major roads in the city and increase traffic violation penalties saying it was an untimely move during the pandemic.
(Ieshua-Jairen Asuncion/BENJAMIN CUARESMA/ai/mtvn)

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