Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto encourages ‘bike to work’ amid GCQ

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Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto is encouraging everyone to use bicycles as an alternative mode of transportation amid the implementation of general community quarantine.

In a Facebook live on Sunday, Sotto said that they are recommending bicycles to prevent traffic congestion in the city.

“We’re promoting bicycle riding and other alternative modes of transportation dahil alam po nating kung gaano katrapik dito sa Pasig. Alam po natin na 90% ng trapik na yan ay galing sa private cars,” Sotto said.

The Pasig mayor said that they’ve proven that bicycles can be used as an alternative means of transport despite the hot weather in the country.

“Ngayong quarantine napatunayan natin na ‘yung bike riding pwede dito sa Pilipinas kahit mainit. ‘Yung mga ibang staff ko… mga staff namin dito nagbi-bike to work hindi naman po sila masyadong mabaho kahit pinapawisan sila ng konti inaamoy ko sila mabango pa naman. Okay naman, bike riding works kahit sa maiinit na lugar,” Sotto added.

The city government of Pasig started working on additional bike lanes and sidewalk extensions last month after it declared that biking is an essential form of transportation in the city.

The city government earlier declared biking as an essential form of transportation in the city through Executive Order PCG-18, Series of 2020. The EO was signed on March 25 and was supported by the Sangguniang Panlungsod through Resolution No. 59 Series of 2020, which was passed on March 30.

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