CLARK FREEPORT — Clark Development Corporation has reiterated calls to the motoring public to observe traffic rules, including speed limits on the Freeport’s road network.
This, as the Traffic Section of CDC’s Public Safety Department has started to deploy newly acquired speed guns to monitor overspeeding and help curb vehicular accidents, notably along Manual A. Roxas Highway (former Mitchell Highway), the state-owned firm said.
Speed guns are now being used by PSD personnel to apprehend violators in key roads inside Clark Freeport.
PSD Traffic Chief Jesus Marquez said that CDC is beefing up its enforcement of traffic rules and regulations inside Clark. It is also imposing penalties and fines as prescribed by the Land Transportation Office.
Marquez said that it is enforcing speed limits of 60-kilometer per hour (KPH) on main roads and 30 to 40 KPH in other areas.
He added that CDC has mounted speed limit signage are located in many strategic areas, not only along MA Roxas Highway, but also in the arterial road networks for the information of motorists in Clark.
CDC has also installed more closed-circuit television camera (CCTV camera) on major intersections here for the PSD’s Central Command to monitor the movement of vehicular traffic and for security
of the Freeport.