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Ten private transport terminals in Tacloban ordered closed by BPLD

Ten private transport terminals in Tacloban ordered closed by BPLD

Tacloban City's Business Permit and Licenses Division (BPLD) serves closure orders to 10 private transport terminals in the downtown area and Marasbaras district for operating without proper permits. Photo: BPLD/Facebook

TACLOBAN CITY – Authorities of this city have intensified their crackdown on illegal transport terminals and businesses operating without the necessary permits, resulting in the closure of 10 private terminals in the downtown area and Marasbaras district. 

The city government's Business Permit and Licenses Division (BPLD) served closure orders to these businesses for violating city ordinances.

The affected terminals include Borongan Transport, Guiuan Express Transport Cooperative, and Gen Mac Transport Cooperative in Burgos Street; EVESCA Transport, Jabamma Transport Cooperative, Rhimar Marticio Transport Corporation, MM Tours, and South-eastern Samar Transport Cooperative (SESTCO) in Trece Martires Street; GUTSCO Transport Cooperative in Gomez Street; and East Visayan Transport Terminal in Brgy. 77 Marasbaras.

Gemafiel Gaspay, BPLD Officer-in-Charge, said that these private terminals were in violation of Section 14 of Ordinance No. 2009-10-269 and Ordinance No. 99-58, also known as the Revenue Code of Tacloban City. Ordinance No. 2009-10-269 mandates that operators of transport terminals apply for legislative franchises before commencing operations, while the revenue code requires businesses in the city to obtain a permit.

The crackdown aims to ensure that all transport terminals and businesses adhere to the city's regulations and maintain the safety and security of commuters. —iTacloban (Source: CIO)

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