Angeles plans to install more Kapampangan traffic signs

Angeles plans to install more Kapampangan traffic signs

March 21, 2022 at 11:58 am

The Angeles City government plans to install more Kapampangan language signs along major thoroughfares in the city.

The Angeles City Traffic Development Office on Tuesday received a donation of Kapampangan traffic signs from Lalamove that will be installed around the MacArthur Freeway and the Fil-Am Friendship Circumferential Road, according to a report from the agency. Philippine press.

Angeles City Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr. said in a social media post that the move was part of the city government’s efforts to preserve and revitalize the dialect while maintaining the safety of pedestrians and traffic. motorists.

Some of the signs written in Kapampangan are “Báwal páparáda kéni” (no parking), “Báwal lúngub kéni” (do not enter), “Mamye dálan” (give way), “Báwal Íng búbusína” (no honking ), “Báwal Íng lilípat kéni” (no crossing), “Báwal maglibutad ring motorsiklu, traysikel, e-bike, bisikleta” (motorbikes, tricycles, e-bikes, bicycles are not allowed in the innermost lanes) , and “Báwal sálingku king kailî” (no left turn).

Last year, the city government initially put up 20 Kapampangan traffic signs on major roads. These were installed alongside the existing English language signs by members of the Angeles City Office of Tourism in cooperation with the Angeles City Traffic Development Office.

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