Proficient mass transport framework, end of single-utilize plastic items, safeguarding of social legacy locales, and codification of traffic statutes are among the need enactments of two wagers for Cebu City councilor.
Amid the #KnowYourCandidate scene of The FREEMAN yesterday, City Councilors and reelectionists Joel Garganera and Raymond Alvin Garcia set out their stages for the 2019 midterm decisions.
#KnowYourCandidate is a meeting arrangement for the CEBU VOTE, the race inclusion of The FREEMAN and Banat News.
In spite of having a few legacy destinations in the city, Garganera said the city presently can't seem to sanction a statute securing and safeguarding the legacy locales.
Should he be reelected, he said he will campaign a law offering motivations to proprietors of social legacy locales.
"We are one legacy city. Traveler will come not on account of the shorelines since we don't have one to feature however we are to grandstand our legacy," Garganera said.
Beside motivating forces, he said a few safety efforts ought to be set up to guarantee the conservation of the locales.
Concerning the mass transportation framework, Garcia trusted that a crate of arrangement as propounded by the Department of Transportation and Office of the Presidential Assistant for the Visayas ought to be given need.
He said the transportation issue won't be tended to if a solitary venture like Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will be executed.
Garcia and Garganera both communicated their misgivings about the execution of the BRT venture, which for them won't improve the city's traffic circumstance.
"It's going to be a fiasco with no extending. The correct answer for mass transportation is extremely a mass transportation that won't total with existing streets," Garcia stated, including that he would wouldn't fret sitting tight for quite a while for the execution of light rail travel since it is for him the best arrangement.
Transports of BRT will go about as feeder for the LRT, he included.
Other than the mass transport framework, Garcia said there ought to be exacting requirement of transportation laws and the development of more streets.
Both Garcia and Garganera promised to help extends that would redound to the advantage of Cebuanos should they be reelected.
They said the regional government should work with the national government and different organizations to verify assets to address issues on waste, trash, and water shortage, among others.