PCG to help LTO with the implementation of No Registration, No Travel
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) has tapped the help of the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) to implement the “No Registration, No Travel” policy of the agency.
LTO chief, Atty. Vigor Mendoza II, met with PCG officials recently to discuss and finalize the strategic plans for the strict implementation of the “No Registration, No Travel” policy.
”We still have a long way to go at LTO, but with hard work, strategic planning and implementation, and the dedication to road safety of all our personnel, I am confident that we will finally reach our target,” said Mendoza.
182K vehicles apprehended in 2024
According to LTO data, there were 182,458 motor vehicles apprehended nationwide from January 1 to 23 of this year, with 133,744 representing motorcycles. During this intensified campaign of the LTO, 1,966 vehicles have been impounded, with 231 four-wheeled vehicles and 1,735 motorcycles.
So far, Assec Mendoza said he is satisfied with the information drive and law enforcement operations related to “No Registration, No Travel” policy which resulted in the registration of around 200,000 motor vehicles across the country this month.
“I am personally monitoring both our law enforcement operations and the information drive and I commend our officials and personnel for this positive result. The figures are encouraging and I am confident that more delinquent motor vehicles will be registered in the coming days,” said Assec Mendoza.