You'll Have to Think Twice About Where You Park in BGC Starting April 15
Wheel-clamping operations commence this month.
(SPOT.ph) The BGC app may be your new best friend as soon as Bonifacio Global City strictly implements its wheel-clamping operations starting April 15. This comes after the announcement of Barangay Fort Bonifacio Ordinance 14-133, which decrees that illegally parked vehicles will automatically be clamped, and then subsequently towed. Penalty is at least P1,000.
If you get to your car before it's clamped, expect a Unified Official Valuation Receipt—which, of course, will state the minimum amount you'd have to pay. This move is meant to ease traffic flow in Bonifacio Global City, and we know how bad carmegeddons can be on that side of the Metro.
"More than anything, this is about road safety and traffic alleviation. We ask for everyone’s cooperation as we work closely with the local government of Taguig and adopt policies to improve the quality of life in BGC, for motorists and pedestrians alike," said Jun Galvez, General Manager of Bonifacio Estate Services.
You don't have to worry, though, as there are more than 5,000 public parking slots available in and around the city. You just have to find out, through the recently launched BGC app, which ones are available near you. Good luck!
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