Taguig installs bollards for bicycles
The City Government of Taguig through its Mobility Office installed bollards along Bayani Road on March 3, Wednesday.
This is part of the city's initiative to make our streets safer and more accessible for non-motorized transportation such as bicycles.
The City remains commited to ensure that motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians are able to move within the city safely and faster.
Taguig City passed on June 2020 the "Bike-Friendly Taguig Ordinance" as a step towards more sustainable and healthy living. This also created an Active Transport Office that focuses on championing biking to citizens and increasing bike-friendly spots in the city.
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