We don’t really remember when the traffic lights at the intersection of CM Recto and Corrales Avenues in Cagayan de Oro City were last functioning.
Perhaps that’s what the driver of this “trisikad” is thinking as he pedals along CM Recto Avenue in Cagayan de Oro City, unmindful of the prohibition of trisikads along the National Highway.
Here is the traffic advisory for the Black Nazarene Procession (Traslacion) in Cagayan de Oro City set on Monday, January 9, 2017 as released by the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) and will still follow the same route last year.
Members of Cagayan de Oro City’s Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) backed by police conducted another round of clearing operations around Cogon Market late Wednesday afternoon.
An officer of Cagayan de Oro City’s Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) was shot dead at around 6;00pm, Friday night while he was directing traffic in the vicinity of Cogon Market, one of the city’s busiest intersections.
photo credit: www.geograph.org.uk The proposed Gusa-Puerto (Interior) By-pass Road Project will reportedly have a tunnel. If the plan pushes thru, this will be the first road tunnel in Cagayan de Oro City.
Significant progress is observed on the construction of the Balulang-Macasandig Bridge in the southern part of Cagayan de Oro City.
Eight years ago, CM Recto Avenue in Cagayan de Oro City was totally different – no Ayala Centrio Mall, no Limketkai Gateway Tower, no Limketkai Luxe Hotel, regular rush hour traffic, and the Ororama Megacenter and Coca-Cola Bottling Facility were still landmark structures.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic along CM Recto Avenue has been a daily experience in Cagayan de Oro City.
Cagayan de Oro City’s Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) is planning to expand the coverage of the city’s Truck Ban with more areas and to include noon time.
Designers of the pedestrian overpass linking Gaisano and Centrio Malls along CM Recto Avenue in Cagayan de Oro City may have underestimated the volume of foot traffic crossing the overpass. Or perhaps the structure lacked necessary railings to ensure smooth flow of pedestrians.
Wonder why there’s no end to the traffic problems of Cagayan de Oro City? It’s because the Roads and Traffic Administration (RTA) has no comprehensive traffic management master plan. This was admitted by RTA Head Engr. Nonito Oclarit during the recent City Council Finance Committee meeting.