POLICE authorities are now reviving a program to elevate road safety in Bohol.
This as PSSupt. Rodolfo Llorca bared some details of the plan to make Bohol road networks free from accidents and conducive to the booming tourism industry.
The plan, which includes putting up of proper directional signages also includes rest stations and relieving facilities along major tourism roads.
This should to allow drivers to rest instead of pushing on to the next destination and then exposing themselves and the tourists to accidents, Llorca said.
The Camp Dagohoy top police officer also cited that the road safety plan would include extensive operations against road worthy vehicles including motorcycles which have been running illegally and have been altered to the detriment of the common good.
The recent Regional Peace and Order Council also reported an alarming increase in crimes committed by motorcycle riding men.
Records said that about 29 crimes by motorcycle riding men were committed in Bohol during the first quarter of the year. The number rose to 36 in the next three months. (PIA-Bohol)