HOW TO SECURE TRAVEL LINE CERTIFICATE
Description: This is in accordance with the City Ordinance 2000 — Issuance of Travel Line Certificate of PUJ’s.
Client/s: Public Utility Jeepney Operators
Contact Person/s: Hector Arcenal, Traffic Aide
Location: CITOM Planning Section
3rd floor, CITOM Bldg., N. Bacalso Ave., Cebu City
Availability: Monday-Friday / 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Duration of the Service: —
Requirement/s: a) Certificate of Registration (C.R.)
b) Official Receipt (O.R.)
c) Certificate of Public Convenience (CPC)
e) Franchise Decision
f) Picture of unit (side view/front view/rear view) - 3r size
g) Stencil: Chassis and motor engine number
Fee/s: - Travel Line Certificate Php 200.00
- Smoke Emission Testing Fee Php 200.00 per vehicle
- Towing Fee and Administrative Penalty ranging from Php 1,600.00 - Php 2,000.00 plus storage fee if vehicle was claimed after cut-off time the following day.
Procedure in Availing the Service:
|1. Proceed to 3rd floor and submit the specified requirements.||Evaluates/checks the specified requirements submitted||Hector Arcenal||5 min.|
|2. Proceed to Traffic Violation Bureau (TVB) to pay travel line certificate and smoke emission testing fee.||Present certificate of registration (CR) and Official Receipt (OR)||Ester Tanggarorang||15 min.|
|3. Scheduling — guidelines/instruction shall be complied by the operator||Present the Official Receipt (OR) of the payment made||Reynante Gornez||3 min.|
|4.Proceed to CITOM Impounding, Blk. 27 North Reclamation area for inspection of PUJ unit and smoke emission testing .||Submits the unit for inspection||Bernard Jamorol
Timoteo Guitguiten Jr.
|5. If the vehicle passed upon inspection - preparation of the Travel Line Certificate and Certificate of Compliance for smoke emission.||Final printing of travel line certificates||15 min.|
|6. Endorsement of the Travel Line Certificate for committee member signature||Endorses travel line certificates||Reynante Gornez||5 working days|
NOTE: If the vehicle failed upon inspection:
1. Let the operator fix his unit for the deficiencies.
2. Re-schedule for inspection.
3. Then go back to step No. 5.
This information appeared first on the 2009 Version of the Cebu City Citizen's Guidebook published by the Cebu City Government through the efforts of the Mayor's Management Team.