Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) said on Wednesday, there will be deployment of additional traffic enforcers in areas implementing No-Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP) following the issued suspension by the Supreme Court.
MMDA Spokesperson Cris Saruca said in a briefing that the office would expand the number of traffic enforcers in major road and highways, such as EDSA, C5 Road, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon Avenue, Roxas Boulevard, and Macapagal Boulevard wherein NCAP was formerly implemented.
“Diyan po tayo magda-dagdag ng mga traffic enforcers para maipatupad and ating traffic management,” he continued.
According to Saruca, more than 107,000 violations were concluded by the MMDA since NCAP policy was implemented from January to August 2022.
MMDA immediately dismissed the operation of NCAP policy after a temporary restraining order was issued by SC on Wednesday.