Navotas prepared for 7-day transport strike
Navotas City Mayor John Rey Tiangco has assured his constituents that the city is fully prepared to counter the impact of the weeklong transport strike planned by some groups.
The Mayor announced that his crisis management team has already met and set plans to address the potential disruption to Navoteños’ daily routines and work schedules.
In a statement, Mayor Tiangco said, "In the instance that the weeklong transport strike push through, we are ready to provide free shuttle services to Navoteños."
He added that the city government vehicles, along with the service vehicles of the 18 barangays, will be utilized to provide free rides to residents within the city.
The Mayor also emphasized that the city government's services will not be interrupted during the transport strike. "Integral employees will also be provided with transport services," he said.
The city government's preparations for the transport strike reflect their commitment to ensuring that Navotas residents can continue their daily activities without being adversely affected.
By providing free shuttle services and transport for essential employees, the city is demonstrating its dedication to serving its constituents even in the face of unforeseen circumstances.
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