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Laguna Traffic Management Office (LTMO)

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LATEST NEWS

LTMO hosts flag raising ceremony

The Laguna Traffic Management Office (LTMO) hosted the weekly flag raising ceremony on January 16, 2017. Following are the highlights of LTMO’s accomplishments from January 2016 to January 2017.

Newly hired LTMO traffic enforcers undergo TDC Training

On the 31st of August 2016, Wednesday, Traffic Supervisor Roderick Manalo conducted Traffic Direction and Control Training for LTMO’s nine (9) newly hired traffic enforcers held at the LTMO Office and provincial capitol grounds. The training was spearheaded by LTMO Chief Apolinar F. Felipe who gave the trainees an inspirational talk.

LTMO provided Traffic security and Peace and Order during the Laguna Day Parade

The Laguna Traffic Management Office (LTMO) headed Chief Apolinar F. Felipe assisted during the Grand Parade that was held on Thursday morning, July 28, 2016 which started at the Southbay Montessori School located in Brgy. Pagsawitan as Laguna Province celebrates its 445th founding anniversary.

LTMO Road Accident and Rescue Unit always on the GO!

On Friday, July 15, 2016, LTMO Road Accident and Rescue Team (RARU) assisted at the Serbisyong Tama Caravan held in Brgy. Kay-Anlog Calamba City, Laguna. On duty that day were Fritzie Urbiztondo RN, Alejandro De Luna (trained crew), and Joel Sacop (ambulance driver). LTMO Chief Apolinar F. Felipe instructed the team to serve as Standby Medic at the Caravan.

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