Truck speed limit sought in key areas in the city

The provincial government will be reaching out to the city government regarding the trucks entering the city speeding which may cause threat to the pedestrians.

Many pedestrians have aired their concern over the safety of the streets with 10-wheeler trucks speeding up.

In other places, the trucks are subjected to speed limits when they are in the city streets.

Without speed limits the prospect of accidents especially along Ma. Clara Street where two schools are located.

Speeding trucks may threaten the safety of students in the area.

Gov. Edgar Chatto said on Friday he will be tasking provincial legal officer and acting provincial administration lawyer Mitchell John Boiser to draft a letter communicating with the city leadership.

City streets are under the management of the city traffic managment office, the governor said.



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