Mandatory Provincial Plate Number Scheme/Code

Mandatory Provincial Plate Number Scheme/Code

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Jeuel Param started this petition to Gov. Boying Remulla and

The Unified Vehicular Volume Reduction Program (UVVRP), commonly called number coding or color coding, is a road space rationing program in the Philippines that aims to reduce traffic congestion, in particular during peak hours, by restricting the types of vehicles that can use major public roads based on the final digit of the vehicle's license plate. First implemented in 1995 in Metro Manila, the program has also been implemented in Metro Baguio, Cabanatuan, and Dagupan.

It was also told to be applied within the outskirts of Luzon and Visayas, but is not greatly observed and followed within the main roads around the lands. This can be considered as a "breach" through the established law, countrywide. Specifically stating the province on Cavite for the said matter, the number coding law is not as much percieved as how it is done with the other places around Southern Luzon. The only cities and municipalities that are said to strictly follow the ordinance are Trece Martires, Bacoor, Imus, and Tagaytay.

This petition is for us to be aware of the "irresponsibility" of the officials at our local community. They must show greater and stricter observations around every highway throughout the province, for us to solve the everyday common traffic problems, as well as the accidents that may be a latent occurrence from these situations.

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