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Although the “No Contact Apprehension Policy” (NCAP) is being successfully implemented, the Federation of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (FEJODAP) is urging the Department of Transportation (DoTr) to consider reopening the transfer of ownership. of public utility vehicles for new users.

A group of jeepney operators also urged the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) to allow new owners or operators to be held accountable for any traffic violations during the pursuit of NCAP in several cities in the National Capital Region . (NCR).

“It’s still going well because our drivers are disciplined,” said FEJODAP president Ricardo “Boy” Rebaño in a radio interview.

However, he added that the government should investigate the transfer of car ownership so that former drivers do not have to worry again.

“The saddest thing is that we don’t have the transfer of ownership. Those who are punished are the former owners who have no responsibility at all,” said Rebaño, adding that new drivers must be held accountable if there are any violations.

The implementation of NCAP aims to prevent drivers from breaking the traffic law by using CCTV, digital cameras and other technical devices or similar technologies – to capture videos and photos to catch vehicles that violate traffic laws, rules and regulations.

Four local government units in NCR including Manila City, Quezon City, Parañaque City and Valenzuela City are currently implementing a no-contact policy.

If an offense is committed, a notice of violation will be sent to the address of the registered owner/operator from the LTO database.


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