Repeal of on-road parking ordinance sought but…

first_imgFor barangay roads, the ordinanceauthorized barangay councils to identify by way of barangay legislation parkingand no parking areas provided no parking fee or penalties shall beextracted.    “Angginareklamo is road obstruction. Ti once may ordinansa,that is not obstruction anymore, that is legal already,” said Duron. * Solis Street – parallel parking oneither sides * Arsenal Street – parallel parking oneither side * Yulo Street – parallel parking oneither side However, he said, if “ang pag-parking nila not in accordance saordinance, ti dakpon nila eh. Thereis a corresponding penalty man.” Under Regulation Ordinance 2009-216,on-road parking is allowed on the following streets: * Calazans Street fronting San Jose dePlacer Church – parallel parking on either side * Ortiz Street – parallel parking oneither side * Arroyo Street – parallel parking oneither side This was how Councilor Rommel Duron,chairperson of the Committee on Transportation in the Sangguniang Panlungsod,described the proposal of the Public Safety and Transportation ManagementOffice (PSTMO) to repeal Regulation Ordinance 2009-216 that allows on-roadparking on certain city streets. * Guanco Street – diagonal parking on theleft side (across Central Market); right side (Central Market side) absolutelyno parking * Aldeguer Street – diagonal parking onthe left side (across Central Market); right side absolutely no parkingcenter_img * Aduana Street – parallel parking oneither side Duron disagreed. According to PSTMO head Jeck Conlu,on-road parking has resulted to parked vehicles becoming obstructions onstreets. “Why prohibit on-road parkingaltogether? What’s the intent?  Diin nga city wala on-road parking? Ma-resignko dayun kon may ara,” said Duron. * Rizal Street – diagonal parking onCentral market side * Iznart Street – parallel parking onCentral market side On other roadways or streets notmentioned, parallel on-road parking is allowed subject to the generalprohibitions under Article III of Regulation Ordinance 2009-216. ILOILO City – “Sweeping.” * Mapa Street – parallel parking oneither side It would be better for the PSTMO tospecify which streets that allow on-road parking are problematic so theirsituation could be reviewed, said Duron. “Indimo na madula ang on-road parking kon wala man lang nagaperwisyo,” he stressed./PNlast_img read more

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