San Juan News
Tricycles ply San Juan roads again
San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora said the operation of tricycles in the city would resume on May 28.
"Simula ngayong araw ay bibiyahe na muli ang mga pampasaherong tricycle sa San Juan. Ang ating pamahalaang lungsod ay nagpatupad ng mga patakaran para siguraduhin ang kaligtasan ng mga pasahero at pati na din ng mga driver mula sa COVID-19," Zamora said.
According to Zamora, tricycle drivers should possess first a health clearance and travel pass to resume their operations. They must bring it all the time, he said.
The mayor said tricycle units must have plastic in order to protect not only the drivers but also their passengers.
One passenger is only allowed, Zamora noted. He said passengers cannot ride at the back of the driver.
The San Juan City government also requires drivers and passengers to wear face masks all the time to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
All tricycle units must always be disinfected to ensure the safety of the passengers.
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