LIGAO CITY--Vowing to provide improved services to its clients, the Land Transportation Office-Bicol has recently transferred its Albay Third District Office from Guinobatan to Ligao City.
The new facility is the biggest and most modern district office of LTO Bicol to date. It boasts of air-conditioned waiting areas, bigger transaction areas, separate restrooms for people with disabilities (PWDs), and ample parking space.
Also present during the activity were Paranaque councilor Alma Moreno, currently chairperson of the Councilor's League of the Philippines, and Pioduran Mayor Henry Callope.
The newest district office is expected to contribute in sustaining the agency’s present gains. District offices of Iriga and Ragay were recently named Excellent in Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA) Watch by the Civil Service Commission, and will be cited in a national ceremony on February 20, this year.
LTO Bicol, through its many innovations, is geared towards streamlining processes and upgrading its facilities. It is also in the forefront of road safety education among students and youth through its project Students Today, Road Users Tomorrow, which to date has visited 52 schools all over the region.--BICOLSTANDARD.COM
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