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Cavite number coding scheme to be fully enforced on February 5

Governor Jesus Crispin C. Remulla has officially announced number coding scheme in Cavite to be fully enforced on February 5.

The number coding rules and regulations were urged by First District Board Member Gilbert Villanueva Gandia in order to control the traffic flow in Cavite.

After the public consultation, the provincial officials signed the amended Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRRs) on the number coding scheme.

The number coding will be determined on the last digit of license plates or conduction stickers, from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. from Monday to Friday.

There will be “window hours” set from 10:01 a.m. to 2:59 p.m.

The roads covered by the number coding system are the following:

– Aguinaldo Highway (the stretch from Bacoor to Dasmariñas-Silang boundary)
– Governor’s Drive (from Carmona to Trece Martires City-Tanza boundary)
– Molino-Salawag-Paliparan Road (from Zapote, Bacoor, to Paliparan, Dasmarinas)
– Molino Boulevard (from Aguinaldo Highway to Molino-Salawag-Paliparan Road).

AUTOMATIC EXEMPTION

The vehicles covered by the number coding system are private cars, vans, and trucks. Motorcycles are no longer affected by the revised number coding system.

Furthermore, as released by Provincial Government of Cavite, the following are hereby exempted from the Number Coding Scheme:

a. All public utility vehicles including public utility jeepneys and buses;

b. Ambulance, firetrucks, police patrol cars, military vehicles with permanent marking indicating the vehicles as such. Ambulance and firetrucks, which are privately owned and properly marked as such, shall likewise be exempted;

c. Vehicles carrying person/s needing emergency medical attention;

d. Government vehicles with government plates;

e. Vehicles used by medical practitioners in an emergency;

f. Duly enfranchised school buses; and

g. Vehicles on a mission to carry relief goods to identified calamity or highly depressed areas

 

VEHICLES THAT MAY APPLY FOR EXEMPTION

According also to the provincial government, the following vehicles MAY also be exempted from the coding system, provided that the owner thereof or his/her authorized representative applies for and is granted exemption by the Office of the Provincial Governor – Road Safety Division:

A. Vehicles delivering perishable goods in commercial quantity

B. Company shuttle service vehicles

C. Specially outfitted vehicles used by PWDs

D. Vehicles used in servicing public utilities

E. Funeral service vehicles

F. Vehicles used by doctors, public attorneys, prosecutors and members of the Judiciary

G. Vehicles used by tourism agents

H. Vehicles used by business locators

 

See also: How to apply for a Provincial Number Coding Scheme Exempt (PNCSE) stickers?

PENALTIES:

Any person found violating the  Number Coding Scheme shall be meted a fine of Three Hundred Pesos (Php300.00). For this purpose, the violator’s driver’s license shall be confiscated and issued a ticket. The ticket shall be used to claim the license after payment of the fine.

 

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  1. lanie concepcion

    January 26, 2018 at 2:50 am

    what about po pag may PWD na sakay everyday po kc hatid sundo ko baby ko sa school 1-4 pm pasok nia ung pagsuno po hindi na open window? iisa lang po car namin

  2. Dondon

    January 26, 2018 at 3:25 am

    good morning sir. clarify ko lang po

    – Governor’s Drive (from Carmona to Trece Martires City-Tanza boundary)

    do you mean:

    – Governor’s Drive (from Carmona to Trece Martires City-Tanza road)

    am not aware po kasi kung may boundary ang trece at tanza along governors drive. if meron po, can you please specify?

    thanks

  3. Danny Daganzo

    January 26, 2018 at 4:02 am

    Sa tingin ko po kung aalisin lang ang mga illegal parking ng jeep at truck van sa road side lalo na sa Aguinado HiWay sa hilira ng bacoor police station malapit sa justinville, sa tapat ng SMC Yamamura/Yazaki-Yorres, ayusin ang mga kalsada para magamit ang 3-lane sa kalsada na to ay sigurado ako luluwag ang kalsada at maiwasan ang traffic.

  4. Violet a Levarios

    January 26, 2018 at 4:59 am

    Paano nman po kaming naghahatid ng anak s school. Isa lng sasakyan namin,Yung mga anak ko s Dasma pa nag aaral, dito kmi s Anabu Imus, hirap mag commute kasi malalaki ang bag nilang tatlo, di pwede service kasi mahal singil Dasma at Anabu, wla n s budget?

  5. Brenda

    January 26, 2018 at 5:20 am

    Please….what about clearing the roads first, illegal parkings, vendors and houses extending structures to roadsides.
    Counterflow of Pedicabs/ Tricycles and their terminals in most of the intersections.

    What about designating legit Public Terminals?

    Not coding please. People will just buy extra car, the rest that cant afford will suffer the incovenience. The working class (Paying Taxes) will be affected. Will lower our productivity.

  6. Affs Malubay

    January 26, 2018 at 7:09 am

    Paano naman po kaya yung mga muffler ng pampasaherong jeep na nakakabingi kahit gabi na. Mga byaheng zapote paliparan aling molino road. Nakakabulahaw. Maliwanag na noise pollution. Sana ma solusyunan ito.

  7. Cyn

    January 26, 2018 at 7:43 am

    Sana implement nyo din po color coding sa may kahabaan ng kawit centennial road hanggang tejero tanza mas marami po ang mga private vehicles dun…Lalo din po un papasok ng kalayaan going to advincula road

  8. ernie

    January 26, 2018 at 1:51 pm

    Ang alam ko po, yung mga bus at jeepney ang nagiging dahilan ng traffic. Dahil kalimitan hindi na sila tumatabi at pabalabag pa sa karsada kung magbaba at magsakay ng pasahero. At yung mga tricycle na ang alam ko ay talagang bawal sa mga national road dahil nagpapabagal ng daloy eh siya pang exempted sa coding.At paano na nga un mga hinahatid na pwd or yung mga senior citizens na hirap magbiyahe at iisa lamang ang sasakyan? Bakit di muna unahin ang illegal parkings, illegal vendors at illegal terminals.

  9. Mumu Favorito

    January 27, 2018 at 1:54 am

    Siguro po dapat bigyan din ng notice ang mga taga-Metro Manila and other nearby provinces like Batangas and Laguna na di na sila pwede dumaan kng coding hours. Di po kasi lahat makakaalam nito, at maraming dumadaan sa aguinaldo hiway na di taga cavite. Kung galing ka La Union or Bulacan at gusto mo mag road trip or tour sa Tagaytay, bubulagain ka ng apprehension or violation tickets sa paglabag sa coding kasi hindi mo alam. Siguro po dapat idisseminate din ito ng tourism office ng Cavite (kung meron man), para hindi maka apekto sa mga bisita ng Cavite.

  10. Derek

    January 29, 2018 at 3:31 am

    Buses, jeepneys, tricycles, and motorcycles not included? Seriously? Goes to show that this law wasn’t well thought of. Yang mga yqn ang walang pakundangan gumamit ng kaksada, himuhinto kahit sa gitna ng kalsada, nagka-cut at overtake ng basta basta at walang pakialam sa iba, tapos di sila kasama? Sorry, but this is plain stupid!

  11. justine

    February 2, 2018 at 3:24 am

    can someone give or post an updated memo or the final memo from Cavite Gov. Office so we can have a clearer or a proof to those enforcer who does not understood the said law?

  12. Mark

    February 7, 2018 at 11:21 pm

    Is this really in full implementation now? Or was it put on hold again? Gulo eh.. daming illegal numbers traveling since Feb 5 till Yesterday. Thanks.

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