San Fernando La Union Goes After Colorum School Services

Philippine's region 1 took a crucial step in dealing with the proliferation of "Colorum" or unregistered school service vehicles to ensure the safety of the commuting students. Most of the schools in the Philippines resumed its classes on June 3 and that means, there will be new batches of passengers to traverse the country's major thoroughfares.
The information was shared by LTO 1 Regional Director Atty. Teofilo E. Guadiz III, wherein aside from manning his region's street traffic, traffic / police officers will also be conducting monitoring operations on school buses and other school service units.

Looking at the case of Metro Manila, one cannot help but wonder about the sudden increase in number of the said vehicles. During school seasons, you see them roaming and parking almost everywhere.

Well, they don't linger around without any offenses; A lot of them do not seem to conform to their legal duty, which is to provide public conveyance. So, for the sake of proving my point, or allegation if you see it that way, I might be starting to scout for them erring school shuttles and take some photos.

To those of you who are sending their kids to schools using school shuttles and or services, make sure that their operation papers are complete and legal. Also get hold of the driver's name, address and contact number. (Image: UNTV)

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