THE DAVAO City Overland Transport Terminal (DCOTT) said there have been no recorded cases of petty crimes during the holiday season.
In a radio interview, Aisa Usop, DCOTT manager, said this is credited to the CCTV cameras fully equipped all throughout the terminal for the safety of passengers.
“Nakatabang gyud og maayo ang atoang CCTV cameras, gikan sa pagsulod sa terminal, paglinya, pag-check sa mga bagahe, og pagsakay sa bus,” Usop said.
Usop shared they were able to reach their goal of 1,500 bus trips per day with more than 75,000 passengers.
“If we are going to compare, mas paspas ang flow karon, and mas dako ang income of bus operators, controllers, and canvassers. The income will depend upon the number of bus trips,” she said.
She also said the online bookings of bus tickets had also helped ease the influx of passengers that buy physical tickets inside the terminal.
Usop urged passengers to still be wary of their belongings and entrust their baggage to those official porters of DCOTT with numbers written on the back of their shirts.
She added that passengers should continue to follow guidelines and protocols set by DCOTT to continuously ensure the safety and security of everyone.
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