A RANKING official of Land Transportation Office (LTO) is carefully studying to extend it’s office hours to better serve the public.
Newly installed LTO-National Capital Region Director Atty. Clarence Guinto in the interview during his visit to the LTO-Quezon City Licensing Office yesterday morning said they finalizing the schedules of personnel for the smooth implementation of the proposed extended hours.
We will open our office from 7 a.m, and will closed at 6 p.m.,” said Guinto.
“Napansin namin maraming mga kababayan natin ang maagang nagpupunta sa aming mga district offices, kaya kinausap kong personal ang mga personnel namin at iayon nila mga schedule for the proposed program, payag naman sila at ayusin namin mabuti bago ipatupad” said Guinto.
Guinto said since he assumed the position early last month he quickly started visiting district offices of LTO and personally talked to the employees.
“Inalam ko personal ang mga concerns nila, ano kulang, most importantly paano pa namin mapagsisilbihan ng maayos ang ating mga kababayan, liked what I did, I personally visited LTO-QCLO to see for myself what are the things we need to improve,” said Guinto.
Guinto said he has instructed Assistant Regional Director Eduardo de Gusman to also personally supervise different district offices of the agency.
“Kailangang mabilis at garantisadong satisfied sa serbisyo natin ang ating mga kababayan,” Guinto said.