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Limits proposed on use of roads for parades
by PIO release

Use of roads for parades and motorcades should be regulated.

Councilor Elaine Sembrano filed a proposed ordinance that seeks to regulate use of roads for parades, motorcades, fun runs and rallies in the city.

Sembrano said application for permit for the conduct of parades, motorcades and other related street activities must be filed two weeks or earlier before the scheduled activity and must contain details as to the number of participants, sketch of the road or street to be used, among other important details of the desired activity.

For motorcades, the proposal states that a maximum of five four-wheeled vehicle participants shall only be allowed during said activities. Motorcycles shall not be allowed to participate in motorcades.

Among the proposed prohibitions in the proposal are children under seven years of age shall not be allowed to participate in parades and rallies, parades should be limited to two hours except for major activities of the city, and vehicles of participants will not be allowed in parades.

The proposal states that organizers shall be obliged to inform the public about the schedule of the event, roads or streets that will be used, number of participants to attend, and install temporary signs before the approaches of the roads.

The proposed fine is P1,000 on any person violating the measure.

The proposed ordinance emphasized the imposition of regulations by the local government on the use of roads and streets for parades, motorcades, rallies and other related activities is to ensure the smooth flow of traffic and lessen the inconvenience encountered by motorists and pedestrians when they are caught in the conduct of the said activities being done in the central business district.


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