Updated Number Coding and Traffic Advisory in Baguio City under GCQ
As the implementation of General Community Quarantine (GCQ) starts tomorrow, May 16, 2020, Baguio City will be implementing traffic regulations to be observed by both public and private vehicles.
Number Coding Scheme in Baguio City under GCQ
The Number Coding Ordinances (Ordinance No. 01-2003, as amended by Ordinance No. 107- 2008) shall resume and be observed by all private vehicles within the city starting May 18, 2020.
1 & 2
3 & 4
5 & 6
7 & 8
|9 & 0||
- Authorized Persons Outside of Residence (APORs) identified under Executive Order No. 89 series of 2020
- Marked Vehicles of utility companies (BWD, BENECO, PLDT), garbage trucks and delivery /cargo trucks
- No need to secure special permit
Public Utility Jitneys (PUJs)
Public Utility Jitneys (PUJs) are exempted from the number coding scheme for the duration of GCQ in Baguio City.
Furthermore, PUJs will operate from 5:00 AM to 8:00 PM with limited passenger capacity (50%).
Sanitary measures shall be observed by PUJs while commuters not wearing face masks will not be allowed to embark.
Taxis shall be allowed to travel only during their schedule following this scheme:
• Plate ending in 1 – May 18 and May 29
• Plate ending in 2 – May 19 and May 30
• Plate ending in 3 – May 20
• Plate ending in 4 – May 21
• Plate ending in 5 – May 22
• Plate ending in 6 – May 23
• Plate ending in 7 – May 25
• Plate ending in 8 – May 26
• Plate ending in 9 – May 27
• Plate ending in 0 – May 28
Reminders for the Riding Public
According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, the policy on market day schedules will still be observed, including the use of home quarantine passes, face masks, and strict social distancing.
Pano po ung essential business ano need namn pakita Id nMn sa work ba
How about errand services?