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Valenzuela City LGU partners with UCPB for No-Contact Apprehension Program

Valenzuela City LGU partners with UCPB for No-Contact Apprehension Program
From left (seated) UCPB Karuhatan Branch Manager Paulino G. Bautista, UCPB Vice President and Metro Manila 2 Region Head Erma M. Espiritu, Valenzuela City Mayor Rexlon T. Gatchalian and Valenzuela City Vice Mayor Lorena Natividad-Borja sign the memorandum of agreement with the city councilors of Valenzuela.

With Valenzuela City stepping up its traffic management and road safety efforts through the adoption of the No-Contact Apprehension Program (NCAP), UCPB and the City Government of Valenzuela signed a memorandum of agreement for the Bank to accept cash payments and debit-to-UCPB account-payments from erring motorists.

Through NCAP, motorists who fail to comply with road rules and regulations as caught on camera will receive a Notice of Violation. The notice will state the violation type, location and time committed, and a photo of the violation. In order to pay for the associated fine, motorists can bring the Notice of Violation to any UCPB branch as reference when filling out the yellow Bills Payment slip.

NCAP aims to use high-speed cameras to capture violations with some 18 cameras installed strategically along McArthur Highway in Valenzuela City. The revenue generated from the apprehensions will be used to set up a trust fund for haemodialysis patients according to city government.

For instructions on how to pay the violation fines, please click here: https://www.ucpb.com/advisories-valenzuelanocontactapprehension/

Date published: October 29, 2019

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