My Top 10 Reasons Why There is an Early Morning Traffic at the Bicutan Interchange:

10. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer (duh?!) at the corner of SM Bicutan and West Service Road;
9. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer at the corner of the Bicutan Bridge and West Service Road;
8. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer at the corner of the road leading off the bridge to SLEX (south bound);
7. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer at the corner of the road leading off the bridge to SLEX (north bound);
6. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer sipping his coffee in the middle of the road;
5. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer plying around the market vendors;
4. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer halting traffic to give way to those vehicles that are entering the SLEX;
3. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer sleeping at their outpost (north bound);
2. There is no PNCC Traffic Enforcer in sight — on those PNCC guards, who are either high on something, and/or doesn’t know what they are doing (signalling GO to all traffic!);
1. There is a PNCC Traffic Enforcer on duty!!

What do they all (the 10 items) have in common? Hey, PNCC!! Wake up!!

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  1. Cezar Tirol says:

    Five years ago and this 2005 blog is still true to this day. We have to do something about this. The barangay officials have already posted a large sign in the intersection disclaiming responsibility as it is already the turf of the PNCC. I am writing the DOTC Secretary now and I hope people will testify on PNCC’s inefficiency and corruption, in the midst of increasing toll fees.

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