MSU-TCTO Supreme Student Council (SSC) in partnership with the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) and the Land Transportation Office (LTO) of Bongao conducted a Road to Safety Seminar last February 21 at the Marine Science Museum. 

Resource speakers for the said seminar was the Chief of LTO Bongao District Office, Mr. Jose Maria M. Gonzales, who explained the duties and services of their office including the importance of Road Safety Advocacy and other pertinent laws such Land Transportation and Traffic Code of the Philippines (RA 4136), Clean Air Act of the Philippines (RA 8749), Seat Belt Law (RA 8750), Motorcycle Helmet Law (RA 10054), Children’s Safety on Motorcycle Act (RA 10066), Anti-Drunk and Drugged Driving Act (RA 10586) and the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (RA 10913).

The District Chief also reminded the participants to apply for their Driver’s License and obey with the Bongao Municipal Ordinance on the Regulation of Smoke Belching by having their vehicles undergo emission test.

In support to RA 4136, SSC Officer-In-Charge Jerimy I. Edubos informed the participants that he already filed SSC Senate Bill No. 01 on Regulating the Speed Limit of Vehicles within and along MSU-TCTO Campus, and is now waiting for its passage.

Six (6) LTO-approved standard helmets were given to the participants who were able to answer their questions during the seminar.

The Supreme Student Council would like to thank all of the participants, partners, Chancellor Dr. Mary Joyce Z. Guinto-Sali, and to the LTO District Office in Bongao. The event was funded by the Office of Student Affairs and attended by 100 participants coming from the College Student Governments, DSA-registered organizations, fraternities and sororities, and CAS Senior High School Department.


All content is in the public domain unless otherwise stated.


Learn more about the Philippine government, its structure, how government works and the people behind it.

Open Data Portal
Official Gazette