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Update: Cavite Number Coding Scheme

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Update: Cavite Number Coding Scheme

Cavite Provincial Ordinance No. 164 or Unified Vehicular Reduction System (UVRS), also known as Cavite Number Coding Scheme, is still on its dry run phase since January 9, 2017.

The Provincial Government of Cavite continues the conduct of data gathering and analysis for the traffic reduction scheme. It is said that the full implementation of the ordinance will only take effect as soon as the Implementing Rules and Regulation (IRR) has been finalized.

According to source, the vehicles covered may still be amended (i.e., vehicle owner’s presentation of senior citizen ID to exempt them from the coverage). Source also added that there might be bike lanes in response to motorists’ complaints.

Once fully implemented, the ordinance will cover all private cars and vans, motorcycles and trucks in Cavite’s major roads including Aguinaldo Highway (Bacoor to Dasmarinas), Governor’s Drive (Trece Martirez to Carmona), Molino – Salawag -Paliparan Road, Molino Boulevard, and Daang Hari Road. Violators will be fined P300.

On the other hand, there will be exemptions for PUVs, firetrucks, ambulance, military and police vehicles, government vehicles with red plate, commercial/delivery trucks with perishable goods, school service with franchise, vehicles on relief operation, vehicles used in medical emergency.


See our previous article about Cavite Number Coding.

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  1. Pepito

    February 18, 2017 at 5:29 pm

    Pls also advice or have a lecture to all tricycle and motorcycle drivers to be on the right lane slow moving vehicles must be on the right lane…they must have a knowhow to be a responsible drivers…tricycles on fast lane cause slower traffic

  2. Marie

    February 19, 2017 at 12:13 am

    Pls include tricycles on these major routes, they are many now and really annoying on the rode and really causes traffic esp in the parts of Paliparan, GMA, dasma – governors drive, along molino road. Thank you.

  3. CM Ilapan

    February 19, 2017 at 12:39 am

    How about PWDs are they exempted too?

  4. dan soriano

    February 19, 2017 at 8:50 am

    Sa maynila po wlang coding ang motor bakit dto sa cavite meron?astig nman…

  5. Steph de claro

    February 19, 2017 at 3:42 pm

    Sana magkaroon din sa tejero, general trias going to tanza. Yung intersection po. Grabe kc ang traffic doon. Sana mapansin din…

  6. ANDY

    February 20, 2017 at 3:25 pm

    Eh hindi naman private vehicles ang nagpapatraffic!

    Kundi yung mga pesteng jeep na hindi naman mag regulate. Tambay po kayo sa Molino-Paliparan Rd. at tignan kung ilan makikita nyong jeep na hindi registered, green/yellow/blue multicab na naka green plate (private).

    Bakit sila di nyo masita? Dahil ba mga botante at inaalagaan nyo? Bakit may mga tricycle sa main road? Hindi ba hazardous yan hindi lang sa sarili nila, kapwa driver at lalong lalo na sa pasahero?

    Bakit may mga traffic light naman pero nagpapa buhos parin ang BTMO (Bacoor Traffic)

    Problema sa mga pesteng politician na to, di nyo nararamdaman traffic kasi palagi kayo naka wang-wang kung dumadaan.

  7. Reggie Reyes

    April 27, 2017 at 1:41 am

    Suggestion lang po…
    1. No tricycles sana po on major roads
    2. No parking and standby on major roads (blinking yellow is not an excuse, businesses must not use the roads as their parking, and parking plates reservations on road ay hindi po sana payagan)
    3. Tricycles and PUVs must have terminals at least 100m away from major intersections (hindi po dapat nagmamaniobra malapit sa intersection.
    4. Sidewalk vendors must be controlled and pedestrians must be cleared and controlled too.
    5. Fast and safety road constructions, please consider bigger pedestrian and bicycle lanes allocation just like in industrialize countries.
    6. Periodic consultations and suggestions from traffic enforcers and motorists is very important towards better and convenient transport.. penalizing road user is not a solution, instead discipline, infra and control is a key.. (Let everyone feel the pride of being caviteños)
    7. Use each barangays to fix and control their road areas or report to higher government if uncontrollable. (Responsibility and initiatives from barangays are very important)

    • Bartolome Ramos

      November 9, 2017 at 1:05 am

      I agree with you sir. Hindi po kailangan na ang mga private vehicles lang ang may coding. Sa Imus City Terminal ang daming berde ang plate pero sa aguinaldo hi-way pa dumadaan sakay mga pasahero. ginagawang terminal ang side ng BDO ng mga dyip. Sa Paliparan ganun din, mga tricycle at jeep nakapark sa mismong daan kaya matindi ang trapik. wala naman private vehicles na nakapark dun kundi mga PUJ at tricycles. ang kailangan dito disiplina ng mga drivers. nakapunta ako ng batangas city, matrapik din dun but the jeepney drivers now are disciplined because of the new ordinance. pati mga citizens dun, inirereport agad nila sa mga enforcers ang mga pasaway na drivers private man or public. at ang mga traffic enforcers dun ay inirereport din pag hindi nila ginagawa agad ang trabaho nila at inaaksyunan agad ung reklamo. minsan nasa mga pasaway na driver din lang ang dahilan ng trapik sa cavite.

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