Vehicles With NCAP Tickets Can Still Be Registered – LTO

The LTO issued a memorandum temporarily deactivating the alarm tagging access of local government units and the MMDA on its system.

The Land Transportation Office (LTO) will allow the registration of motor vehicles even with violations stemming from the no-contact apprehension policy (NCAP).

LTO chief Teofilo Guadiz issued a memorandum saying that alarm tagging on NCAP violations will be suspended.

Guadiz said that some provisions of Republic Act 10930 that amended the Land Transportation Code are not being observed in the implementation of the NCAP by the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) and local government units (LGUs).

“Pending development of a uniform guideline for the implementation of NCAP by LGUs and MMDA, alarm tagging access of the LGUs and MMDA against vehicles is hereby deactivated temporarily,” Guadiz said in a memorandum.


Guadiz directed the LTO Management Information Division that adjustments should be made in its system to allow the registration of motor vehicles that have violations.

“You are likewise directed to coordinate with concerned LGUs for the smooth implementation of this NCAP,” he said.

The memorandum dated Aug. 10 but the LTO said was signed only on Friday, Aug. 12, also recognized the complaints of transport leaders in the implementation of the NCAP.

There is still no suspension of the NCAP as the LTO said that LGUs have agreed to make adjustments to the controversial policy following outcry from motorists and transport providers.

The LTO is keen on suspending the NCAP pending the ironing out of some issues, particularly on the alarm system for violations on registered vehicle owners instead of the drivers.

There is also a lack of grievance and adjudication processes to contest the violations.

Sensors installed

The MMDA has installed traffic sensors in at least 60 percent of major traffic intersections in Metro Manila, according to an MMDA official who said the project will be done by phases.

MMDA acting chairman Carlo Dimayuga, during Friday’s Laging Handa briefing, said that installation of the traffic sensors is expected to be fully operational and upgraded in two to three years. He also said that while MMDA respects the LTO’s planned decision to suspend the NCAP, the agency will push through with its implementation of the controversial policy.

Maki-balita sa Philippines Today sa FacebookTwitterInstagram at YouTube!
 lto ncap check ncap philippines ncap manila ncap philippines violation ncap mmda ncap philippines website qc ncap ncap valenzuela

Mag-post ng isang Komento

0 Mga Komento