Kaybiang Tunnel “No Tourism Zone” Implemented

Date posted on March 17, 2021
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Governor of Cavite Jonvic Remulla posted on his FB page that the local government of Cavite will impose a “No Tourism Zone” on Kaybiang Tunnel.

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 “Marami ang nag-report sa aking tanggapan na ang Kaybiang Tunnel sa Mt. Pico de Loro ay nagiging sanhi ng traffic, basura, at umabot pa sa mga lokal na turista ang sila silang nagba-bardagulan doon. Buong magdamag ay libo-libong bisikleta, motorsiklo, at sasakyan ang nakaparada, kumakain, nagliliwaliw at lahat ay tumitigil para mag-selfie o mag-picture-taking doon. Ang resulta? Nonstop TRAFFIC at bottleneck mula entrance at exit ng tunnel. Kaya simula sa Biyernes ay strictly NO TOURISM ZONE na ang Kaybiang Tunnel.” –Cavite City Gov. Jonvic Remulla 

Here are the stated rules to be followed

1. NO PARKING in the vicinity of the Kaybiang Tunnel.
2. NO BIKE riders using the tunnel for leisure purposes.
3. NO EATING in the vicinity of the tunnel.
4. NO SELFIES in the vicinity of the tunnel.
5. NO LOITERING in the vicinity of the tunnel.
6. BAWAL ANG BUMUSINA sa loob ng tunnel.

   “Hindi ko naman kagustuhan ang basagan ng trip. Ngunit responsibilidad ko din na siguraduhin na maayos ang counterflow ng traffic at maintenance ng law and order sa ating mga lansangan. Kaya mula Tanza, Naic, Maragondon at Ternate ay magkakaroon ng CHECKPOINT areas ang PNP.” the Governir added.

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