Vico Sotto to end the 'confusing' odd-even scheme in Pasig

Motorists who traverse several roads in Pasig City may soon get a reprieve from a traffic scheme that has been described as confusing.
Mayor-elect Vico Sotto earlier promised to end the controversial odd-even traffic scheme currently in place on Elisco Road; R. Jabson St.; San Guillermo Street; Sandoval Avenue; and F. Legaspi Bridge. 
Motorists have complained that they are confused about the scheme which bans four-wheeled vehicles with plates ending in even numbers from using these roads every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, while odd-numbered vehicles are banned from these areas every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Sa pasig city and san juan po
May window hour po sa Pasig na 10am-4pm. Except ang Odd/Even scheme. Kindly see attached photo below for your reference. Thank you
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The odd-even scheme has been in place since September 2016. 
In a tweet last March, Sotto said he would put an end to the scheme on his first day in office. 
Happy to report that I was the only councilor who opposed the odd-even scheme. It is unfair and ineffective if we look at the big picture. I will remove it on my first day of office.
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Sotto, who ended the Eusebios' 27-year grip on Pasig, has also said that he will prioritize healthcare and social services over infrastructure spending. 

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