Caloocan's PSTMD Conducts Successful Clearing Operations
The Public Safety and Transportation Management Department (PSTMD) of Caloocan City has taken proactive measures to ensure cleaner and safer streets through recent clearing operations. These operations targeted areas with sidewalk obstructions, illegal market vendors, and traffic violations, specifically the Simon Flea Market and the 10th Avenue Motorcycle Parts and Accessories area.
The successful clearing operations involved various sub-divisions of the PSTMD, including the Special Task Force Disiplina (STFD), Traffic Management Division South, and Special Operations Group District I-B. Their concerted efforts resulted in the removal of obstructions and the reinstatement of order in these areas.
Mayor Dale Gonzalo "Along" Malapitan expressed his appreciation for the PSTMD's dedication to the initiative and recognized the positive impact of these operations on the city's safety and traffic management efforts.
"I would like to extend my gratitude to the PSTMD for continuously following our directive to clean our roads and alleys. We are aware that there are still some who persistently violate our traffic laws and ordinances, so I hope this serves as a warning," Mayor Along remarked.
The Mayor called on Caloocan residents to actively support the PSTMD's endeavors by adhering to rules, promoting discipline, and upholding cleanliness within their local communities.
"Let's always clear sidewalks for our fellow citizens who walk. Let's not wait for accidents to happen due to blocked pathways or vehicles obstructing pedestrian walkways," he emphasized.
"Support the PSTMD's objectives through your cooperation. With your collaboration, we can undoubtedly maintain cleanliness and discipline in our city," he added.
In addition to the clearing operations, the STFD of the PSTMD plays a vital role in enforcing the strict implementation of the Single-Ticketing System in Caloocan City, further contributing to the city's commitment to safety and orderliness on its streets.
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