The Law Enforcement Division of the Land Transportation Office-Bacolod posted P648,295 in revenues from violations by motorists and jeepney drivers last month, its monitoring report showed yesterday.
The report showed that driving without seatbelts is the top violation of jeepney drivers, followed by defying of stoplights, obstruction, non installation of plate lights, defective stop lights, and wearing of slippers by motorists.
Other PUJ drivers were fined for not bringing their official receipts and certificates of registrations, LTO records also showed.
A total of 2,879 jeepney drivers and motorists were charged with these violations after 12 LTO arresting officers were deployed, the report showed. Other arrests were done by LTO-6 and personnel of the Bacolod Traffic Authority Office, it added.*LTG