CAGAYAN de Oro City–If plans dont miscarry, the odd-even scheme will soon be implemented in the city apparently to decongest the traffic.
This after Vice Mator Raineir Joaquin V. Uy referred to the City Council committee on public utilities chaired by Councilor Teodulfo E. Lao Jr. for appropriate action the proposal to implement odd-even scheme in Cagayan de Oro.
The odd-even scheme is one of the recommendations submitted by the National Confederation of Transport Workers Union to the legislative body to decongest the traffic volume in the city.
In a letter, the transport workers union cited that the scheme will give operators and drivers enough time to conduct regular maintenance work for their respective vehicles.
The group proposed its implementation from Monday to Friday while Saturday and Sunday will be open or lifted.
Likewise to be discussed by the committee is the request for project endorsement on the installation of a submarine fiber optic cable known as the Converge Domestic Submarine Cable Network (CDSCN).
The project shall be undertaken by the Converge ICT Solutions, Inc., a grantee of congressional franchise under RA No. 9707 and a holder of a National Telecommunications (NTC) provisional authority to install, operate and maintain a nationwide wired and wireless broadband network in the country.
The request is specifically for the issuance of a permit/clearance relative to manhole construction, submarine cable laying, landing and installation, cable trenching, splicing, testing and commissioning in Barangay Bayabas, The Gavel learned. (SP/JAOclarit)