The Land Transportation Office (LTO) is expanding its presence in Negros Occidental in order to relieve congestion at its main office in Bacolod City.
Today, June 10, LTO is officially opening its P6 million building in San Carlos City, and its license renewal shop at the Ayala Malls Capitol Central in Bacolod City.
LTO Bacolod chief Reuben Tampos said that more offices within the province are also expanding as they bring its vehicle and driver’s license application and renewal services closer to the people.
In EB Magalona town, the new LTO District Office is set to open next month, accoding to Tampos. He added that the LTO office in Pontevedra will also soon be moved to La Carlota City after Vice Governor Jeffrey Ferrer provided a new building.
Currently, LTO also maintains offices in Cadiz City, Himamaylan City and in Sipalay City. Its goal is to open an LTO office in every legislative district of the province.